Mr. Soto embodied the values of hard work and putting family first when his family needed him most.

 
 
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KIDstruction Week
     

KIDstruction Week raises $62,242

Members of the architectural, engineering and construction industries came together for the third year to contribute to Children’s Health℠ during KIDstruction Week. One hundred percent of funds raised will support the Patient and Family Support Services program.

Fourteen companies participated this year with each asking their employees to donate a portion of their paychecks to Children’s Health during the month of March.

Joe Jouvenal, Sr. Vice President of Operations at McCarthy emphasized, “KIDstruction Week provides a unique opportunity for our employees to positively impact the experience a child has in the hospital. We are proud to have supported the program and look forward to participating in years to come.” 

Thanks to Cornerstone sponsors like McCarthy Building Companies and City Electric Supply, additional sponsors and hundreds of employees, the AEC industry is making an impact one dollar and one hour at a time.

 
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Elias Soto and Family
     

Hardworking father honored by employer

Elianna had heart defects so severe and so numerous doctors and her family feared for her life. The family, who lives in Lubbock, also feared they would lose their house because they were at the hospital and away from their jobs for months.

Elianna’s father, Elias Soto, got a job in Dallas and worked to save the family home while Children’s Health doctors worked to save his daughter’s life. Take 5 Oil Change, a supporter of Children’s Health and Children’s Miracle Network, honored Elias Soto’s fatherhood with a random act of kindness; they gave him and his wife a cruise in the Caribbean as a much-needed break from the taxing work of taking care of a child with numerous medical needs.

 
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Pet Pals E-Cards
     

Therapy pups are paws-itively irresistible

Brighten the day of a loved one and support the PetSmart Charities Pet-Assisted Therapy Dog program at Children’s Health. Simply choose from Badger, Howie, Maggie, or Toby, select a witty poem and provide a customized message to send an e-card to a friend, loved one, or someone who’s on your mind. It’s sure to brighten anyone’s day – including yours!

On Aug. 7, we’ll be hosting our annual Dog Days of Summer event in the hospital. When you show your support for the PetSmart Charities Pet-Assisted Therapy Dog program by sending an e-card, we’ll include your name on a ‘Pet Pals’ dog paw wall that will be featured during the Dog Days of Summer event.

 
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Miracle Treat Day
     

Support Children’s Health with a DQ Blizzard

I scream, you scream, we all scream for ice cream. August is one of the hottest months of the year, so get a Blizzard Treat at Dairy Queen on Miracle Treat Day, Thursday, Aug. 2. For every Blizzard Treat sold at participating locations on Miracle Treat Day, $1 or more will be donated to Children’s Health.

 
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Red Balloon Children Helping Children Tennis Tournament
     

Smash cancer for children

Show your support and help get the word out about this year’s Red Balloon Children Helping Children Tennis Tournament by purchasing a “Smashing Cancer” yard sign. Yard signs are priced at $25 each or $20 for 5 or more.

Tournament players and their families raise money to support the Pauline Allen Gill Center for Cancer and Blood Disorders, where more than 1,000 new patients are cared for each year. The tournament has raised $3.2 million since it started in 1991. Boys and girls, ages 12-18, can register for $35 per player and earn prizes for various levels of fundraising. The games will be played on Sept. 22 and 23 at High Point Park Tennis Center in Plano.

 
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Pulling Together, benefiting Children’s Cancer Fund

 

August 11

Join Children’s Health and CBS 11 as they “Pull Together” to support Children’s Cancer Fund in the battle against #ChildhoodCancer. An old fashioned tug of war event that pits Dallas against Ft Worth with teams from both sides of the Metroplex facing off in an epic battle between east and west, with each team raising at least $10,000 for Children’s Cancer Fund, a nonprofit organization that raises funds to benefit pediatric cancer research and treatment programs in the Pauline Allen Gill Center for Cancer and Blood Disorders at Children’s Health. Donate Today

 
   
 
 
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