|Volunteers at Radio Lollipop provide care, comfort, play and entertainment to children in hospital. Play is essential to a child’s development. It is important that hospitalized children are both supported and encouraged to participated in play and learning activities. Radio Lollipop at Nicklaus Children's Hospital, formerly Miami Children's Hospital, with its fully-equipped in-house radio station and a team of volunteers involve the patients in recreational activities linked to radio programs that are child-focused, and filled with mentally stimulating fun and games. If it's fun you're looking for, look no further. We dance, we sing, we bring smiles to everyone at Nicklaus Children's Hospital, formerly Miami Children's Hospital. You're never too old to participate or to volunteer for Radio Lollipop. If you're a high school graduate, cheerful and can spare three hours a week, you're eligible to be a part of the excitement. It is not a requirement to be a DJ on the air, but it is definitely an option. To learn more about volunteering for Radio Lollipop, click on the link above.