Show & Tell

  • Spring Baskets Bring Cheer to Patients

    Children’s Hospital of Michigan Foundation wants to extend a sincere thank you to Danielle Williams, and her friends Tammy Lupercio and Desiree Packan Henson, for their generous donation of spring baskets.  Danielle is a longtime supporter of Children’s Hospital of Michigan Foundation and never ceases to amaze us with her big-heartedness.  This year, Danielle and […]

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  • Megan and Mollie’s School Project Goes Above and Beyond to Help Children’s Hospital of Michigan Foundation

    When Mollie Bondie and Megan Bader were tasked with completing a community service project centered on a problem in America for their Social Studies class, they went above and beyond the assignment!   First, Bondie and Bader decided that the focus of their project was going to be on cancer.  After coming to the conclusion that […]

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  • Thanks to the Generosity of Accenture Spring Fills the Air

    As spring-like weather flows into Michigan, so does generosity to Children’s Hospital of Michigan Foundation.  Recently, exceeding their own expectations, employees from Accenture generously donated 36 spring baskets to the Children’s Hospital of Michigan Foundation.  Lezli Braziel, Accenture, proudly stated, “It is truly a pleasure to make and deliver something so small which will deliver […]

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  • Girl Scout Working Her Way to the Gold Award by Helping Hospitalized Children

    Natalie Waligora is working on her Gold Award with the Girl Scouts (the Gold Award is the equivalent to the Eagle Scout). One of the requirements of the Gold Award is to plan and implement an individual “Take Action” project that reaches beyond the Girl Scout organization and provides a sustainable, lasting benefit to the […]

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  • Ali McManus Performs for Patients at Children’s Hospital

    We were honored to have a visit from Ali McManus, who performed for the patients at Children’s Hospital in March. Ali is seventeen years old and once you hear her story you will be inspired & amazed with her positive attitude, courage, strength and perseverance.  Ali has been gifted with the voice of an angel […]

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  • Two Friends Hold Book Drive to Benefit Hospitalized Children

    Andrew Valcke and his best friend Logan Soulliere chose a ‘gently used’ children’s book drive to benefit Children’s Hospital of Michigan Foundation as their community service project for Confirmation preparation.  They had to have 20 hours of community service before March.  Andrew’s mother is a nurse and his father, Robert Franczak is a pharmacist at Children’s […]

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  • S.K.I.P. Organization’s Gift Bags Bring Joy To Patients

    S.K.I.P. (Supporting Kids In Pain) is a non-profit organization whose sole purpose is to deliver gifts year-round that will bring hospitalized children a little joy and brighten their day. Sarah Maisano started S.K.I.P. four years ago when she was in 5th grade.  She began by volunteering with her mom and became more involved as time […]

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  • Spirit Halloween Helps Make Hospital Visits Less Scary

    Each year local Spirit Halloween stores raise money through their Spirit of Children program. One-hundred percent of the money raised (at select stores) is donated to Children’s Hospital of Michigan Foundation, which in turn helps fund the Child Life Department at Children’s Hospital of Michigan. Since the program’s launch in 2007, more than $142,000 has […]

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  • Skiers ‘Stampede’ for Children’s Health

    Saturday, February 1 marked the 37th year for the White Pine Stampede. Skiers come from all over Michigan to participate in the 50K, 20K and 10K races that started in Mancelona High School and ended at Shanty Creek Resort.   This year’s race raised more than $2,000 for the Children’s Hospital of Michigan Foundation’s Ophthalmology fund.   […]

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  • Hamtramck School Kids Are Recipients of Operation Give Foundation’s Generosity

    Operation Give Foundation board members made a recent visit to the Hamtramck School Based Health Center. The mission of the Michigan-based foundation is to inspire people to make a difference in the lives of children. The busy health center, located in Hamtramck High for convenient access, is an essential stopgap that keeps children from slipping through health […]

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