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Beckett Unofficial Pokémon Collector magazine in the United States has brought back its Unofficial Collector Cards for Kids campaign for this holiday season and is asking for donations of Pokémon cards for children in hospitals and extended care facilities.
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''Beckett Unofficial Pokémon Collector'' magazine in the United States has brought back its Unofficial Collector Cards for Kids campaign for this holiday season and is asking for donations of Pokémon cards for children in hospitals and extended care facilities.
   
 
According to the magazine, the last time the magazine held the campaign "a few years ago," readers sent in more than 100,000 cards. Children receiving cards will also be given a copy of the publication.
 
According to the magazine, the last time the magazine held the campaign "a few years ago," readers sent in more than 100,000 cards. Children receiving cards will also be given a copy of the publication.

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Beckett Unofficial Pokémon Collector magazine in the United States has brought back its Unofficial Collector Cards for Kids campaign for this holiday season and is asking for donations of Pokémon cards for children in hospitals and extended care facilities.

According to the magazine, the last time the magazine held the campaign "a few years ago," readers sent in more than 100,000 cards. Children receiving cards will also be given a copy of the publication.

To donate, mail cards in a box or envelope by Nov. 27 to Beckett Unofficial Pokémon Collector, CARDS FOR KIDS, 4635 McEwen Rd., Dallas, TX, 75244. Readers may include a letter to a sick child with their cards.