This summer, Walmart and Sam's Club management and associates came together to kick-off their annual fundraising campaign which will run from August 29 - October 9. After meeting many families and hearing their powerful stories of trial and triumph, our friends from Walmart and Sam's Club are ready to make 2016 a record-breaking year of fundraising for CMN Hospitals of Kansas City!
Walmart and Sam's Club have been a proud partner of CMN Hospitals since 1987. In Kansas City and across the country, they are our top fundraising partner. Each year, they raise funds with the help of their loyal customers in addition to holding fundraising events for staff and customers alike. The associates at Walmart and Sam's Club are dedicated to raising as much as possible for our local families.
How can you help? Consider making a donation next time you need to make a Walmart or Sam's run. Help them reach their goal of $750,000 raised for the kids!
Join the Movement on September 1st!
Miracle Challenge is a 27-day wellness challenge that encourages you to achieve fitness goals while fundraising for kids at KU Medical Center Pediatrics.
Miracle Challenge starts September 1 until September 27. Sign up today at: www.miraclechallenge.org
Many thanks to BlueCross BlueShield of Kansas City for their generous $2,500 sponsorship.
MIRACLES HAPPEN WHEN WE ALL MOVE FOREWARD... WON'T YOU JOIN US?
Enjoy Panda Express & Help Local Kids
What a fun and delicious way to make a difference!
Thursday, August 25
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."