This post was sponsored by Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals.
I was in college the first time I learned about Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals. My school hosted an annual dance marathon fundraiser to raise money for Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals. Students literally danced for 24 hours (no sitting allowed) to raise money. It is still a huge event at my alma mater that not only raises a lot of money but also spreads awareness of Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals and what they do for the community.
Even if you aren’t up for a 24-hour dance marathon you can support Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals in your own community. The first step is to raise awareness. and you can do so by ordering a free Miracle Band.
What is Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals?
For those who are not familiar with Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals, the nonprofit raises money and awareness for 170 children’s hospitals in the U.S. and Canada.
Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals in the U.S. provide more than $3.5 billion in charitable care every single year. Because donations stay local, the organization supports kids in your area who are sick and in need of treatment by funding research and training, purchasing life-saving equipment, and paying for the special things that make a children’s hospital a children’s hospital and so crucial to a child’s healing (specialized therapy programs, equipment in multiple sizes, playrooms, etc.) — all to help improve the lives of as many children as possible.
Order Your Miracle Band Today
Make a statement in your community by ordering a free Miracle Band. When it arrives wear your Miracle Band with pride and snap a photo of your Miracle Bracelet to share on social media with the hashtag #MiracleBand.
The campaign is an easy (and free) way to show your support for those who are working hard to improve the lives of kids through Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals.
Want To Do More?
Host your own fundraiser for Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals. It doesn’t have to be a 24-hour dance party; it could be as simple as helping your children set up a lemonade stand. The girls on our street are known to regularly host lemonade stands for a cause, including supporting our local children’s hospital. It’s a great way to teach children the importance of giving back to their community.
Put your money where the miracles are. Support your Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals.0