The sisters, who attend Weed Elementary School said their younger brother was once hospitalized and while he was receiving care at the hospital he received a stuffed animal, which lifted his spirits and brought a big smile to his face.

Sisters Mia Deleon, age 9, and 7 year-old Ella Riley arrived at Mercy Medical Center Mt. Shasta this week with a box of brand new stuffed animals they wanted to donate to children who are in the hospital.

The sisters, who attend Weed Elementary School said their younger brother was once hospitalized and while he was receiving care at the hospital he received a stuffed animal, which lifted his spirits and brought a big smile to his face.

That experience inspired the young sisters to spread human kindness by collecting toys for other children who may be going through the same experience as their brother.

The sisters put their heads together and came up with a plan. They worked hard at their chores, saved all of their allowance money and asked their relatives to pitch in. They also asked Santa Claus if he could bring extra toys for Christmas, so they could share them with children in the hospital.

With help from Santa and relatives, the girls were able to deliver stuffed animals to Mercy Medical Center Mt. Shasta this week.