Or any of a thousand children's or regular hospitals, shelters, or the poor kids down the block.
If you live need a Shriner's Children's Hospital(there are 22 of them in North America) and wish to donate games to a children's hospital, I highly recommend them.
Twice I was involved in fundraisers to buy games for Shriner's hospitals. They actually use the games as part of the healing process. Each Shriner's as a "Recreational therapy" dept. They actively encourage game play as part of a child's recovery.
We sent them over 100 Rio Grande Games (things like Transamerica, Mamma Mia, Barnyard Critters, Carcassonne) and I was told by several of the Recreational Therapy dept heads that the games were wonderful.
Also, for those of you that don't know much about Shriners, all of their Hospitals are free of charge for the patient. They do wonderful work.
Also, if you live near a shriner's hospital, they love to have volunteers to come in and play the games with the kids.
They are a wonderful organization and I can tell you from personal experience that the games you donate will get played.
If anyone has questions about how to work with them or what games would be best, do not hesitate to send me a message. I'd be happy to assist.
I'm hoping to work on another Fundraiser in 2007 for them.