Walmart, Sam’s Club roll out support for CMN Hospitals

Published: July 18th, 2016

Category: CMN Events, For the Kids, Fundraiser

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Walmart and Sam’s Club stores kicked off their annual campaign to support Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals last month, which continues through October 9. This follows a recent $2,500 and a $2,000 grant to CMN Hospitals from the newly opened Sam’s Club and Walmart in the Butler North Plaza off of Archer Road in Gainesville!

In its 30th year, this annual six-week campaign creates an opportunity for an entire community to support children’s health at UF Health Shands Children’s Hospital. During the campaign, donations are collected at the register. Associates also get creative, holding potlucks, contests, auctions and family events as fundraisers.

Be sure to stop by your local Walmart or Sam’s Club during the campaign and help improve the lives of as many children as possible.

Check out the amazing wagons and goodies donated to UF Health Shands Children's Hospital from our friends at Walmart!

Check out the amazing wagons and goodies donated to UF Health Shands Children’s Hospital from our friends at Walmart!

Check out the amazing wagons and goodies donated to UF Health Shands Children's Hospital from our friends at Walmart!

Check out the amazing wagons and goodies donated to UF Health Shands Children’s Hospital from our friends at Walmart!

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