Geared toward high schools and colleges, this yearlong, student-led fundraiser culminates in a day of dancing. Fundraising helps kids at your local Children's Miracle Network Hospital—Boston Children's (that's us!).
I’m fundraising to help Boston Children’s continue its amazing work for kids:
I am part of a small grass roots charity ride that is self-supported. We ride 180 miles in two days in late July. Because our riders cover the overhead before, during, and after the ride, all donations go directly to fund research into Pediatric Medulloblastoma treatments. The Boston Children's Hospital doctors have invited us into the hospital and have explain how important small community fundraisers like ours are for their research. They showed us the advances that have been made and how those advances improve the lives of the children in their care. It was great to see how our efforts make a difference!
The hospital's patient care programs are remarkably sensitive to what sick and injured children and their families really need.
Researchers regularly make amazing discoveries that change children's lives.
Boston Children's welcomes kids whose families can't afford health care—more than any other hospital in Massachusetts.
Community programs make a point of reaching out to help low-income and at-risk kids.
Please support my fundraiser—and Boston Children’s Hospital.