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Lets Create Miracles with Childrens Miracle Network Hospitals


The Walmart gift cards and information have been provided by P&G

Like all moms I never like to see my children sick. Just recently my little one was hospitalized and it was the worst couple of days of my life. For those parents who have kids who suffer from common childhood afflictions like asthma and broken bones, or fight bigger challenges like birth defects or cancer, Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals provide comfort, treatment and hope to millions of sick kids. To show support for the organization and the one in 10 kids in North America who are treated by Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals each year, Walmart and Pampers have teamed up to donate $200,000 in the month of June. Additionally, by purchasing products like Pampers Swaddlers at your local Walmart, portions of the proceeds will go to the Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals.

Just take for example our own native Colorado Champion — Max

Children’s Hospital Colorado
Langerhans Cell Histiocytosis
Age 13 (as of 11/30/14)


Max knows the art of both playing a joke and delivering a punch line. He found a test audience in the caregivers at Children’s Hospital Colorado. It’s a good thing he has humor on his side, as he’s had to endure six months of chemotherapy for Langerhans cell histiocytosis — an inoperable tumor resting on his pituitary stalk.

Doctors suspected the tumor in September 2012, when Max was diagnosed with diabetes insipidus, which results from the kidneys’ inability to conserve water. Max’s tumor remains with him, and scans every three months ensure it’s not growing.

All jokes aside, Max has a lot of empathy for others and is an active fundraiser for his hospital. He recently started a soda pop tabs fundraising campaign.

Max’s favorite past time is building Legos. However, when it’s time to get outdoors, he likes to play football with his friends, back-country camp and hike, or zoom around the neighborhood on his bike.



Your support to the Children's Miracle Network Hospitals helps provide 32 million patient visits for 10 million kids every year. Here are just a few of the stats that really astounded me. Did you know?

* One in 10 kids in North America is treated by Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals each year
* Every day, member hospitals treat 16,000 children in emergency rooms
* Every hour, member hospitals provide surgery for 97 children
* U.S. members hospitals provided $3.4 billion in charity care in 2012

You can do your own part to help. Visit Walmart.com/cmnh for more information and to make your own donation.

Let's discuss: What is your greatest fear for your kids?


Enter for your chance to win a $25 Walmart Gift Card. Prize is sponsored and will be delivered by P&G. Winner will be randomly selected by PromoSimple and will have 48hrs to respond to email sent or a new winner will be chosen. Good luck!


Annmarie John
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  1. I hate to hear about sick kids, too! This is great for those kids and their families.

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  2. My kids have been well but I worry about things that can come up with my grandkids. So sad to see kids sick not right.

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  3. It is so great that Walmart and Pampers are teaming up to help. It is so hard when the little ones get sick.

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  4. My fear is I will outlive them due to their weak health.

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  5. BULLY..SO MUCH HATE BETWEEN THE KIDS

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  6. I love when companies team up to do good things... especially where children are involved. Kudos to Walmart and Pampers.

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  7. My fear is that they will get very sick

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  8. These hospitals seem to make a serious impact. I had no idea they treated so many kids. As for your question a lot of my fears have faded as they've grown older and more educated.

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  9. I love hearing about stuff like this it warms my heart! The Children's Miracle Network is really something special. Really great to see Walmart and Pampers teaming up for this! - Jeanine

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  10. Kudos to Walmart and Pampers for launching this campaign. This will definitely help a lot of children.

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  11. My biggest fear is that the kids will be abducted by a child molester.
    thank you

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  12. My greatest fear for my children is they don't grow up healthy and well.

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  13. I really hate hearing how sick some kids are but it's great that there are so many people and facilities to offer them help. I can only imagine how difficult an illness can be for a family.

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  14. It's never ever easy seeing our children in the hospital. I hope your son is feeling a lot better and only continues to get better!

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  15. My greatest fear for my children is they lose their good health. No parent ever wants to see their child sick or hurt!

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  16. My greatest fear is that they will get seriously hurt one day.

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  17. My greatest fear is for them to be seriously ill or injured.

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  18. My greatest fear for my children is that they will develop some sort of disease and be very ill.

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  19. My greatest fear is that will die at a young age.

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  20. Children's Miracle Network Hospitals do so much for sick kids and their families! I'd say my greatest fear is being a burden for my kids when I'm older.

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  22. I love all the work that the Children's Miracle Network does with kids. As a Survivor, I understand all too well how much this type of support means to those kids.

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  23. My fear is that they will develop an incurable disease early on in life.

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  24. Children's Miracle Network does amazing work! I know we contribute monetary donations to help out :)

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  25. Mine would be a serious disease or illness; i want them healthy and happy.

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  26. My greatest fear is that they aren't happy.

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  27. My greatest fear is one of them getting cancer or some other horrible disease that I could not help them with.

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  28. my greatest fear is that they would get hurt really bad

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  29. My greatest fear is my children becoming seriously sick.

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  30. My greatest fear for my child is for them to pass before I do.

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  31. My greatest fear for my children is that something will happen to them, whether it be an accident, health illnesses, or someone doing something to them.

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  32. My greatest fear is for any harm or serious illness comes to my child

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