The Radiothon celebrated its 20th consecutive year, and despite some changes due to COVID-19 precautions, volunteers eagerly took pledges over the three-day period.
Cares for Kids Radiothon is the largest single Children's MIracle Network Hospitals fundraiser for Children’s Hospital of Georgia.
While things will be very different this year, volunteers will be ready to take your call.
The 2019 iHeartMedia Cares for Kids Radiothon made history.
Cares for Kids Radiothon is the largest single CMN Hospitals fundraiser for Children's Hospital of Georgia.
Patterson’s mind was put at ease because the nurses and doctors in the NICU told her exactly what was going on every step of the way for the 100-plus days Jaycier stayed there.
Community and national support is vital to keep the not-for-profit Children’s Hospital of Georgia running smoothly.
There was a one in eight chance he might pass away at that size after surgery. He would spend the next 59 days at Children’s, if he ended up surviving.
"When we got there, I think everyone thought it would be a quick in-and-out. We were admitted to the hospital."
Cares for Kids Radiothon is the largest single CMN Hospitals fundraiser for Children’s Hospital of Georgia. Here's how miracle makers showed for our kids.
This month, the Children’s Hospital of Georgia will host the 18th Annual Cares for Kids Radiothon — its biggest fundraiser of the year.
The 17th annual Cares for Kids Radiothon, a three-day Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals fundraiser, brought in $216,071 in donations and pledges for the not-for-profit Children’s Hospital of Georgia
Annual Cares For Kids Radiothon and CMN Hospitals Celebration will be combined Dec. 7-9 to raise funds for Children's Hospital of Georgia.
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