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At Hopkins Children’s, we rely on the support of the corporate community to continue our mission of providing the highest quality health care, conducting groundbreaking research and training the best and brightest pediatricians. Your corporation or organization can support Hopkins Children’s in a variety of ways. Below you will find examples of the ways in which corporations have made a difference in the lives of children's and their families for nearly a century. More information on Corporate Giving
Hey Kids: I Spy a Whale in the ED!
In the winter of 2009, Johns Hopkins Federal Credit Union CEO Michael Mesta was taken by the idea of painting ceiling ties in the pediatric Emergency Department. Mary Ellen Wilson, an ED nurse, had mentioned to Mesta, and others on a donor tour of the ED, that children can spend hours or days in the ED, “most of it on their backs looking up at the ceiling.” Soon, credit union employees were in the ED with supplies provided by the credit union for a painting party.
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WMAR ABC2 Special
WMAR ABC2 donates air and production time to Hopkins Children's to showcase one of the world’s most renowned pediatric hospitals and its leading medical and research endeavors to improve the lives of and preserve futures for children in the greater Baltimore community. In broadcast segments, hear grateful parents and patients tell their stories of shock, fear and survival.
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American Legion Answers Call to Help Hopkins Children
The American Legion, Department of Maryland has raised more than $220,000 for Hopkins Children’s in a little more than a decade, with the help of an annual Walk-a-Thon at Ft. McHenry in Baltimore and “vast email networks of members to help get things done,” including send pediatric patients to summer camp.
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At Auction It's Michael Phelps: Going, Going, Yours!
Baltimore’s 101.9 FM 9WLIF) annual Miracle Collection tie auction to benefit Hopkins Children’s, is as old as the Miracle Collection itself. Signed by celebrities like, in 2008, Olympic swimming sensation Michael Phelps, Jimmy Buffet, Miley Cyrus, Jerry Seinfeld and actress Renee Zellweger, the ties are designed by Hopkins Children’s patients and manufactured and sold by mens clothier Jos. A. Bank,
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Flashes of Hope at Johns Hopkins Children's Center
Miracle Bishop, 20, had never been well enough to answer the call to modeling, until a stylist and professional photographer came to Hopkins Children’s. In her short white jacket and shorts, the young Baltimorean was a picture of beauty and grace, as she posed for photographer Ron Solomon in a conference room in the hospital where she has been treated for sickle cell anemia most of her life.
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Holiday Masterpieces of Crackers and Confection
Webb Mason employees, many in antlers, help patients build their own fantasy homes for the holidays out of graham crackers, candy, icing and colored marshmallows. The artful day is an annual present from the company.
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Lite 101.9 FM Auction Tops $25,000
Baltimore's spirited 101.9 FM's annual auction of celebrity-signed ties keeps bids rolling in to raise funds for Hopkins Children's. The ties, based on the designs of patients here, were signed by celebrities from the worlds of entertainment, sports and medicine. The radio station's Morning Show team of Greg Carpenter and Diane Lyn were auctioneers.
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Making Spirits Bright The Rite Aid Way
For Rite Aid volunteer Kathy Severn making toy delivery rounds that morning, the child’s obvious delight was payment, indeed. Her own daughter had been a patient here, too, years ago. “I have some idea what it is like for these children,” she says. "They go through so much when they’re here, as do their families.”
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