Summer time is always a fun time for us at Children's Miracle Network Hospitals of Greater Kansas City. The next few months will be filled with fun events, exciting miracle balloon campaigns and great opportunities for YOU to get involvedand help local kiddos served right here at KU Medical Center Pediatrics.Stay in touch so you don't miss out. Happy Summer!
Congratulations to our local partner Costco Wholesale who raised over $46,000 during their Miracle Balloon Campaign for the month of May. Many thanks to those of you who showed your support and purchased a balloon. The funds raised continues to help our kids get the BEST care possible here at KU Medical Center Pediatrics.
Westlake Ace's Annual Bucket Campaign: Buy A Bucket, Help Local Kids!
Stop by your local Westlake Ace Hardware store on Saturday, July 23rd and Sunday, July 24th and for a $5 donation you will get a 5-gallon CMN bucket PLUS 20% off most everything that fits inside! Funds raised will help kids, just like Brandon, to continue to receive the BEST care possible at KU Medical
I SCREAM. YOU SCREAM. WE ALL SCREAM FOR BLIZZARDS!!
If you are interested in treating your company to Blizzards on Miracle Treat Day, it's EASY with our group order form. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for an order form today, the deadline is Monday, July 25.
To find participating locations near you, visit: www.miracletreatday.com
There are many ways to help kids in our community, sometimes it's as easy and delicious as eating ice cream!
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."