The University of Kansas will be hosting KU Dance Marathon form 10:00 am - 10:00 pm! Organized entirely by college students, the University will join together to support the KU Medical Center Pediatrics Department by standing for 12 hours, For The Kids! This is a dedicated group of students who are truly making a difference on their campus and spreading awareness so that every child has the opportunity to live happier and healthier lives. Please join us in supporting their cause by visiting: www.kudm.org
KU Medical School will also be hosting their 2nd annual Dance Marathon on December 5th from 10:00 am - 2:00pm at the KU Medical Center campus in Kansas City, KS from 10:00 am - 2:00pm. Hosted by Phi Delta Epsilon Medical Fraternity, the event will be 4 hours of fun filled with carnival games, face painting, and MORE! Please join us in supporting their cause by visiting: http://bit.ly/KUMC_DM
2015 Minutes for Miracles Radiothon
Cumulus Broadcasting will be hosting our 2015 Minutes for Miracles Radiothon on Friday, December 11th on all seven of their stations: 94.9 KCMO, 101.1 KCFX, 105.1 KCJK, 95.7 KCHZ, 107.3 KMJK, 710AM/103.7 KCMO Talk Radio, and 102.5 Nash Icon from 6am - 6pm. They will be broadcasting live from CocoBolos at Prairiefire in Overland Park, KS.
We invite you to listen to the amazing stories of our local families who are bravely and gracefully navigating their way through unimaginable injuries, illnesses, and challenges. Our goal is to continue to raise enough funds so that our local kids will get the BEST care possible here at KU Medical Center Pediatrics.
Please consider making a gift on December 11 to help our local kids have the opportunity to just be KIDS! Call 1-888-499-KIDS, phone lines will be open from 6am - 6pm that day.
In the Greater Kansas City Area, proceeds benefit the University of Kansas Medical Center Pediatrics. KUMC is the region's only advanced care academic medical complex. It provides a combination of research and care needed to treat your child today as well as find the treatments of tomorrow.
KU Pediatrics offers state-of-the-art medical facilities which are available 24/7 to help kids of every age and background overcome every imaginable disease and injury-from asthma and broken bones to cancer, heart defects, pediatric AIDS, muscular dystrophy and life-threating injuries."