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Spirit Halloween

No spooks allowed, just lots of spirit for Halloween

Spirit Halloween shops in Dallas and surrounding areas are scaring up some fun this year, all while helping raise money for Children’s Health.

Use this coupon to shop at any of the more than 20 Dallas-area Spirit Halloween locations between now and Oct. 31 to receive 10 percent off of your entire purchase, and an additional 10 percent of the sale will benefit Children’s Health! If buying online, use the code word CARING17 at check out.

The company has donated more than $37 million to children’s hospitals nationwide since 2007. Last year’s promotion raised $118,000 to benefit Child Life at Children’s Health. View last year’s goblins here.


DID YOU KNOW that last year our Child Life program served more than 38,700 patients and family members through a variety of programs, such as music, therapeutic arts and pet therapy? By creating a fun and engaging health care experience, child life specialists help improve patient outlook and outcomes.

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Jordan Spieth

Jordan Spieth gift takes a swing at cancer

Inspired by his childhood friends’ cancer battles, three-time major champion and Dallas resident Jordan Spieth has given to Children’s Medical Center Foundation the largest single gift from the Jordan Spieth Family Foundation. The Spieth Family Foundation gift will benefit two areas within the Pauline Allen Gill Center for Cancer and Blood Disorders at Children’s Health: the Child Life Program and a travel fund for the Experimental Therapeutics Program in Childhood Cancer.

Hyundai Hope on Wheels

Hyundai Scholar works to put the brakes on childhood leukemia

For the past two years, Dr. Kathryn E. Dickerson has been zeroing in on machinery that turns genes on or off, and she suspects she has found a lethal misstep that spurs development of an aggressive childhood blood cancer, known as acute myeloid leukemia (AML). Thanks to a newly awarded $150,000 grant from Hyundai Hope on Wheels, Dr. Dickerson, who was named a Hyundai Young Investigator at a signature handprint ceremony, will be able to carry on her research for at least another two years.

Women's Auxiliary Holiday Cards and Stickers

Making the holidays merry and bright

As soon as Halloween vanishes like a ghost, it’s time to start planning for the holidays. Make a difference this season by ordering personalized holiday cards, address labels and stickers through the Women's Auxiliary to Children's Medical Center Dallas. The 2017 selection includes greeting card and photo-card options, and all cards feature irresistible artwork created by patients of Children's Medical Center. Thanks to you, a brighter future is in the cards for many children. Orders, which can be made online, need to be placed by December 8 to ensure pre-holiday delivery.

Red Balloon Children Helping Children Tennis Tournament

Thank you for raising your rackets

More than 500 young tennis players, ages 8 to 18, displayed both their tennis skills and their heart for children at September’s Red Balloon Children Helping Children Tennis Tournament. Through their efforts, more than $130,000 was raised to benefit the Pauline Allen Gill Center for Cancer and Blood Disorders at Children’s Medical Center. Now in its 27th year, the tournament has cumulatively raised more than $3.2 million for pediatric cancer.

Extra Life

Looking for an extra great way to help kids?

Extra Life unites thousands of players around the world in a 24-hour gaming marathon to support Children's Miracle Network Hospitals. Since 2008, Extra Life has raised more than $22 million for local CMN Hospitals, including Children’s Health. Extra Life works just like a fundraising walk or run, but you don’t need to leave the comfort of your living room to participate. Simply register to play games for the kids at Children’s Health and ask your family and friends for support. Then challenge yourself to play all 24 hours in one day, in one weekend, or over several days before the main event. While many people choose to play video games, you can play whatever you’d like—tabletop games, card games, basketball—anything! Extra Life is all about doing something fun, challenging yourself to do it for a longer period of time, and ultimately raising lifesaving funds for kids in need. Extra Life begins whenever you want it to! Just find a date and time that works with your schedule and start playing! Our National Game Day will begin at exactly 8 a.m. Saturday, Nov. 4, and ends at 8 a.m. Sunday, Nov. 5.

You’Re Invited

Give at the register at Walmart, Sam’s Clubs


September 21 - OCTOBER 29

When you see the yellow balloon for Children’s Miracle Network hospitals at Dallas-area Walmart and Sam’s Clubs stores, be assured that the dollar or more you give goes directly to Children’s Health. Your single dollar makes a big difference.


Give at the register at Party City


October 1 – December 26

When shopping at Party City for birthday parties, the upcoming holidays or any occasion, make your purchase count for more by contributing $1, $3 or $5 at the register. All donations made at Party City locations in Texas, Oklahoma, Louisiana, Alabama and Tennessee will support enhancements to the Children’s Medical Center Dallas Emergency Department.


Sundaes on Sunday


October 15

Bring your favorite girl to this year's Sundaes on Sunday ice cream social at American Girl Galleria Dallas. Enjoy a fun-filled evening with a yummy sundae, crafts and activities. Tickets available for purchase now. Seating is limited. Questions? Email


Lights at Legacy Tree Lighting



Light up the holidays on Sunday, Nov. 19, at the Lights at Legacy Tree Lighting at The Shops at Legacy. The Women’s Auxiliary hosts several holiday activities to benefit Children’s Medical Center Plano, so be sure to stop by the Auxiliary tents and purchase a fun item for the kids. From performing groups to strolling holiday entertainers to arts and crafts, there are free activities for all ages to enjoy. Questions? Email

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