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KAPI‘OLANI PATIENT HAUMEA FRIEL NAMED HAWAI‘I’S 2020 CHAMPION AT INAUGURAL CHILDREN’S MIRACLE NETWORK PARTNER CELEBRATION

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NEWS RELEASE Media Contact: Miguel Gonzalez, Catalyst Factor Agency 951-206-6266 Miguel@CatalystFactorAgency.com Kristen Bonilla, Hawai‘i Pacific Health 808-341-4789 Kristen.Bonilla@HawaiiPacificHealth.org KAPI‘OLANI PATIENT HAUMEA FRIEL NAMED HAWAI‘I’S 2020 CHAMPION AT INAUGURAL CHILDREN’S MIRACLE...

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Meet Brantly, WVU Medicine Children’s 2020 Champion Child!

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Brantly came to WVU Medicine Children’s two years ago to help treat his medical conditions. He was born with spina bifida, a spinal defect that goes from the base of...

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Supporting Seattle Children’s: February

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Check out the many ways to support Seattle Children’s Hospital throughout the month of February! IHOP Miracle Balloon Campaign – now through February 25 Seattle University Dance Marathon – February...

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About Marriott International, Inc.View Site

Marriott International holds the honorable distinction of being Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals’ longest standing corporate partner. Since 1983 Marriott International has raised $125 million for Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals throughout the country. Its associates and guests raise these funds through hosting large scale events, icon campaigns, conducting unique fundraising events at individual properties, participating in the Torch Relay, and many more.

Marriott International guests also donate millions of Marriott Rewards points each year to Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals to help families in need when their children are being treated at our hospitals.

Click here to donate your Marriott Rewards points and help make a difference in the life of a child.

How Your Dollar Helps Patients with Marriott International, Inc.

26%

Charitable Care

24%

Advancement Services

7%

Education

9%

Equipment

12%

Research

22%

Patient Services

Advancement Services

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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