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Put Your Money Where Your Miracles Are

Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals ‘Put Your Money Where the Miracles Are’ campaign kicks off this Friday, May 1. The new campaign featuring celebrity spokesperson and mom, Jennifer Lopez, is to help raise awareness of Children’s Hospital of Georgia and the miracles that happen here every day.

As an organization of over 10,000 strong, it is important our employees can communicate what makes Children’s Hospital of Georgia a tremendous asset to our region. So we invite you to Put Your Money Where the Miracles Are.

To show your support, you can join Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals’ newest spokesperson, Jennifer Lopez, a mom and longtime supporter of children’s hospitals by wearing a miracle band. The band resembles the identification bands worn by kids during their hospital stays and representing the more than 10 million kids treated at Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals each year. Get your free Miracle Band at MyMiracleBand.org. Share your support for Children’s Hospital of Georgia on social media by using #MiracleBand. If you have any questions, please contact the Division of Communications and Marketing at marketing@gru.edu.

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