Support Children's While Shopping at Walmart, Sam's Club, and Kroger
May 31, 2013
Shop at Walmart & Sam's Club
Walmart and Sam’s Club share a basic belief - that every child deserves the chance to live better. That’s why they have supported Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals for over 25 years. Walmart and Sam’s Club raised more than $40 million in just six weeks during their 2012 fundraising campaign.
And they couldn’t do it with the generosity of the millions of customers who shop in their stores and clubs every week. Together, Walmart and Sam’s Club associates, customers and members are ensuring that millions of children in communities across the U.S. continue to receive the world-class treatment they need. Last year, Walmart and Sam’s Club in this region raised more than $700,000 for Children’s Medical Center.
While shopping for your weekly groceries at your local Walmart or Sam’s Club, please support Children’s Medical Center by making a donation at the register.
Shop at Kroger
Kroger Grocery stores will be fundraising to benefit Children's Medical Center from Sunday, June 2 through Saturday, June 15. In 2012, Kroger stores raised over $70,000 for Children's and have all 50+ locations in the DFW that are participating this year. For at least a $1 donation, customers will receive $1 off an 8 piece fried, baked, or BBQ chicken in the deli.
Don't forget to support Children's while shopping at Kroger!
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