Children’s Miracle Network

Help me help them.

I joined up with Social Vibe to help the Children’s Miracle Network (see right side of blog).

You may have seen an injury on my youngest daughter in some of the pics I have posted over the past months. She has a special burn garment glove on that protects and heals a burn injury on her left hand. She was able to receive amazing care at the Grossman Burn Center and CHOC hospital. They had special games, dvds, toys, and staff that came in to help her feel comfortable and “at home” while she was in the hospital. Children’s Miracle Network is one of the charities that made it possible.

Who is Children’s Miracle Network?

Children’s Miracle Network is a non-profit organization that raises funds for more than 170 children’s hospitals. Countless individuals, organizations and media partners unite with Children’s Miracle Network hospitals to help sick and injured kids in local communities. Donations to Children’s Miracle Network create miracles by funding medical care, research and education that saves and improves the lives of 17 million children each year.
Every child deserves the hope and healing of children’s hospitals. With the help of a Children’s Miracle Network hospital in their community, children of all ages and backgrounds can receive treatment for every imaginable disease and injury—from asthma and broken bones to cancer and heart defects. Children’s hospitals are also on the front lines of research, education and outreach programs that keep millions of kids out of the hospital each year.
 

WHAT CAN YOU DO?

Simply click on the Children’s Miracle Network picture on the right side of this blog and you will be lead to a site that you can complete certain tasks on. For every task you complete, the more money that is raised for them. The Jellybean Junkyard balloon total will go up too (the more balloons, the more money). You get the idea, right?

So, click away and help me help them!

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