*Sponsored* Children's Miracle Network - Walmart / P&G Campaign

*Disclaimer - I received a Walmart gift card from P & G in order to be part of this campaign, for the Children's Miracle Network.

Some information about the Children's Miracle Network Hospitals:
- Your support helps provide 32 million patient visits for 10 million kids every year
- One in 10 kids in North America is treated by Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals each year
- Every day, member hospitals treat 16,000 children in emergency rooms
- Every hour, member hospitals provide surgery for 97 children

- U.S. members hospitals provided $3.4 billion in charity care in 2012

To make your own donation to the network and to learn more information about it, click HERE! Walmart and Pampers are donating $200,000 to CMNH in June of 2015. All you have to do is purchase Pampers diapers in the month of June, and proceeds will go to the Children's Miracle Network. 

I personally do not have a story to tell about an experience I have had with the network as my children have thankfully been very healthy, but I know that there are so many kids and families of those kids who have stories to tell. 

Here's a story of a child with an experience with the network who lives in PA:

Pennsylvania – Grayson

Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia
Brain Stem Tumor and Lawnmower Accident
Age 4 (as of 11/30/14)

When Grayson was only 2 years old, he was diagnosed with an inoperable brain tumor. Less than a year later, Grayson suffered from another devastating injury: he was in a lawnmower accident that resulted in the loss of four toes and partial amputation of his foot.

Praised for his optimistic attitude, Grayson doesn’t let these traumatic events get him down. He thinks of himself as Iron Man and, just like the comic book character, has turned his own challenges into an opportunity to fight back.

CMN Hospitals Funds in Action: 200 characters max (including spaces)

The child life department, which helped Grayson and his family cope with the emotional stress associated with his diagnosis and treatment, is supported by CMN Hospitals-raised funds.

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