Miracle Treat Day is an annual Dairy Queen fundraiser that supports Children’s Hospital of Georgia, the local Children’s Miracle Network Hospital. For every DQ Blizzard sold, $1 goes to CMN Hospitals, and all local proceeds stay local. Instead of having to leave campus to go to one of the 10 participating CSRA DQ stores, employees had a chance to contribute to the fundraiser and buy these frozen treats at pop-up locations at AU Medical Center and the Children’s Hospital. This year’s funds will help purchase a new neonatal transport isolette like the one seen in some of these photos. A team of neonatal experts uses the isolette to transfer really sick newborns to our Level IV – highest level – NICU.
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