This post is sponsored by Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals.
There is often a hush that falls over a family when they hear the news that there will be surgery needed on their newborn child. While they lean on each other and family members around them, they make a new family through doctors and nurses that are given the trust of their child’s life. Children’s Miracle Network has helped my family through this process.
Through their tender kindness and hours spent making sure my uncle and aunt felt confident in their choice of spending so much effort to get there. From planning babysitting for their other child and arranging time off at work. Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals are in need of charitable funds to keep helping children like my little niece, and there are many ways that you can help.
When You Hear There Is a Problem
My family knew that little Emma would be born with Down syndrome, so they read everything they could find on the subject and even met with children and adults with Down syndrome as well.
But there was nothing to prepare them for when the NICU doctor said that she would need surgery. It was unplanned to be thrown into this situation, but they rallied together as parents and started a fundraiser so they could have the time off work to get her the surgery she needed out of state.
Giving Comfort to Families
Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals allow for the care of children through charitable donations. These donations stay local to the hospital, which is able to use the funds as they see fit to help the children.
Not only does Children’s Miracle Network give personal care to parents, supporting them and giving them comfort during what is going on, but the organization also provides over $3.5 billion of care through charitable donations every year. And you can give help to these parents by making donations to Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals.
Through starting a fundraiser, buying a Miracle Band or volunteering your time, your efforts could help change the life of a child like my niece who is happy, healthy and just the best little girl ever.
Put your money where the miracles are. Support your Children’s Miracle Network Hospital.