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Rite Aid Brings Holiday Cheer To Pediatric Patients

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To spread holiday cheer to patients who may otherwise not be able to celebrate at home with friends and family, local Rite Aid associates delivered lunch and more than 100...

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Miracle Kid Caden named Senior Consultant of Happiness at Rite Aid

Rite Aid recently made the day of Miracle Kid Caden when they gifted him with a day he’ll never forget. Caden’s mom, Jessica, had a meeting scheduled at Rite Aid’s...

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Rite Aid's Superhero Surprise!

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Sharing this inspiring story from Miracle Mom Jessica Capitani about her son Caden’s big day with our friends from Rite Aid. Thank you, Rite Aid, for raising funds and creating...

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About Rite Aid Corp.View Site

Since becoming a partner in 1994, Rite Aid, along with the help of its customers and supplier partners, has raised more than $75 million in funds for CMN Hospitals.

Annually, Rite Aid associates invite customers to purchase a $1 Miracle Balloon during a seven week fundraising campaign. Many Rite Aid associates conduct special fundraisers throughout the year including golf tournaments, motorcycle rides, beauty pageants and bake sales. Rite Aid’s management team helps raise funds by dedicating a day each summer to washing cars and competing in various activities at the company’s headquarters in Camp Hill, Pa.

How Your Dollar Helps Patients with Rite Aid Corp.

19%

Charitable Care

14%

Custom Needs

10%

Education

20%

Equipment

14%

Research

23%

Special Services

Charitable Care

For Kids LikeShonalisa

Thirty-six cents of each dollar given to CMN Hospitals provides charitable care for kids who don’t have any or enough insurance, including kids like Shonalisa who has needed several surgeries and a stay in the neonatal ICU at her children’s hospital. Medicaid only covers a portion of these treatments and your dollar helps with the rest.

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