Thank you for supporting our Walmart/Sam’s Club and Publix campaigns

Published: July 25th, 2019

Category: Announcements, For the Kids, Fundraiser, Thank you!

Walmart and Sam's Club logoA big thank you to everyone who donated to CMN Hospitals at UF Health Shands Children’s Hospital during campaigns conducted at area Walmart and Publix stores.

Walmart’s donations were collected at the register and self-checkouts as well as other fundraising by associates.

On a national level, Walmart and Sam’s Club have raised more than $1 billion for CMN Hospitals; the largest cash amount ever raised by one company for a nonprofit in North America.

 

Publix thank you

 

The 2019 campaign marked Publix’s 28th year of fundraising for Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals. From June 19 to 30, more than 170 stores from the Gainesville, West Palm Beach and Tallahassee markets participated! During the campaign, miracle coupons were offered to customers at the registers in exchange for a fixed donation of $1, $3 or $5.

Thank you for donating and fundraising with us to make an impact for local kids!


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