KU Medical Center Pediatrics is excited to announce that through our national partnership with ACE Hardware and Stanley Tools, we have been named the official Children's Miracle Network Hospitals partner for the Saturday, May 13 race at Kansas Speedway. We will have the honor of welcoming Stanley Tools NASCAR driver, Daniel Suarez to campus on Thursday, May 11 where he will unveil his race car, present KU Medical Center Pediatrics with a $25,000 donation during a press conference and finish up the afternoon visiting the kids up in the Pediatric Unit,
Four of our very own miracle kids will be the official "pit crew kids" and get the experience of a lifetime on race day! They will get full access to the NASCAR pre-race press conference, join Joe Gibbs Racing drivers in a parade around the track before the race and experience the thrill of rubber meeting the tracko Pit Row. If #19 Daniel Suarez wins the race, then Stanley Tools will donate $1 million to Children's Miracle Networkh Hospitals nationally.
Reyes Media Group hosted our annual Children's Miracle Network Hospitals Spanish Radiothon on1340 La Grand D & 1250 KYYS on Thursday, April 13 and Friday, April 14 raising $54,524!!!
Thank you to Reyes Media Group who always do an amazing job bringing awareness to the community of the importance of Children's Miracle Network Hospitals and the local kids we serve everyday.
To celebrate the 25th Anniversary of their partnership with CMN, RE/MAX Mid-State and Dixie Region hosted their Party with a Purpose this month at Boulevard Brewery.
Guest enjoyed entertainment by Matt Snook, member of Team Blake from Season 8 of The Voice, while bidding on their favorite items in silent and live auctions.
The event raised over $13,000! Thank you RE/MAX!
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."