This post is sponsored by Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals
It is that time of year – the 2016 Children’s Miracle Network Annual Fundraising Campaign.
Now through October 9th, Walmart and Sam’s Club have partnered with the Children’s Miracle Network for their Annual Fundraising Campaign.
Children’s Hospitals have been a major part of our lives. We have five children – four of which have special needs. The special needs vary between physical disabilities to mental health disabilities. We are fortunate to live in an area of Connecticut where we have access to major children’s hospitals in CT, RI, MA, NY and more. Life is not easy with special needs children but Children’s Hospitals and the Children’s Miracle Network make it much easier to deal with and manage all that needs to happen. They are all there to help. Our most intense experiences have involved our youngest son who is autistic. He is adopted and suffered some serious neglect and possible abuse – all of which have had serious, lasting effects. We need the support of Children’s Hospitals and are very thankful they exist as a possible resource for us.
I am thrilled to support this fundraising campaign and would love to have you all support it too. So many families rely on these programs to survive. To show your support – you can go HERE to help!
Other ways you can help?…
#HelpKidsLiveBetter by donating to Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals at your local Wal-Mart orSam’s Club today!
Every minute 62 children enter a Children’s Miracle Network Hospital for treatment and your donations ensure these hospitals can provide the best care for these children. Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals in the U.S. provide more than $3.5 billion in charitable care every year and last year Wal-Mart customers and Sam’s Club members, like you, helped raise more than $60 million to #HelpKidsLiveBetter. Every dollar raised at your local Wal-Mart or Sam’s Club goes directly to your local Children’s Miracle Network Hospital. Since 1987 Wal-Mart customers and Sam’s Club members together with store associates have raised nearly $1 billion for Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals.