Toys create a path for children to learn and engage with the physical world while expanding their imagination. Yet often, children with disabilities are unable to play with toys, limiting their ability to benefit from the learning opportunities toys help provide. And for many families, the expense of buying a specially adapted toy is beyond their reach. To help solve this problem, The Enterprise Center hosted Toyvention, an “adapt-a-toy” workshop focused on adapting up to 225 electronic children’s toys to suit children with disabilities. Volunteer “toy hackers” attended the workshop and made modifications to the toys, rewiring them and adding an easy-to-press button so the toys came to life for the children. Each toy that was purchased for modification or brought to the workshop was donated to the Signal Centers Toy Lending Library to keep helping children’s imaginations flourish.