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CHOC Children’s Hospital thanks our partners that are working during COVID-19

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We want to take a moment to recognize and thank many of our partners that are working during the COVID-19 Pandemic. Thank you to: Panda Express – offering take out...

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Cancelled Gala Still a Success!

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  Children’s Miracle Network at Penn State Children’s Hospital turned its cancelled gala into a virtual event and announced a net total of $175,432. This total includes support from corporate...

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Community Partners UNITE!

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Rainbow Community Partners Unite to Help Community During Crisis We know that during this difficult time, many of our dedicated Corporate Partners are working long hours and keeping our essential...

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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.


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For Kids LikeEli & Shane

When brothers Eli and Shane were ejected from the off-road vehicle they were riding in, they flew nearly 35 feet. Twenty cents of every dollar provide advancement services to support physical and programmatic excellence to deliver the best possible patient outcomes including the trauma and burn care the boys received while they were in the hospital.

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