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You can still help Children’s Miracle Network even though Miracle Treat Day is cancelled

MOORHEAD, MN – The Dairy Queen Miracle Treat Day that happens every year has been cancelled due to the Coronavirus, but there are still other ways to help out this year at Dairy Queen. At participating Dairy Queens, you can purchase Miracle Baloon coupons for $1 and get $2 back in coupons. You can also participate in the Round Up…

“Cares for Kids” Radiothon raises money for Sanford Children’s Hospital

Three local radio stations join forces for the event

FARGO, N.D. — Nine-month-old Ava is now strong and healthy, but when she was born at just 23 weeks, her home for more than six months would be the NICU at Sanford Children’s Hospital. “One saying that we always go back to is, ‘You never realize how strong you are until being strong is the only option you have,’ and…

Costco makes a big donation to the Children’s Miracle Network Fund.

Costco has raised two hundred thousand dollars for the Children's Miracle Network in just over six years of its partnership.

Employees presented a check to Sanford officials for just over forty-thousand dollars. The money was raised by customers and employees as part of the store’s annual giving campaign. The donation will benefit Sanford Children’s Hospital which is the only Miracle Network member in North Dakota and northwest Minnesota. “Costco has a really great system in place here for our community…

Sanford Children’s Hospital Highlights Highly-Realistic Simulation Training Tool

The equipment is funded by donations from the Children's Miracle Network

FARGO, N.D. — A simulation training tool at Sanford Children’s Hospital is about as close as you can get to the real thing. The doll used is so realistic that it moves, breathes, and even cries. “It’s nice to see babies like this who do react. Sometimes I feel like we’re just getting told vitals and we’re making up the…

Community Donates to Sanford Children’s Hospital With Cares for Kids Radiothon

This two-day event gives community members a chance to impact the lives of kids at Sanford

FARGO, N.D. – The 19th Annual Cares for Kids Radiothon is a chance for the community to make an impact on the lives of sick kids at Sanford Children’s Hospital. With this event, you can impact a child’s life directly by picking up the phone and donating. “This money is very important so we have special services and programs and…

Local Restaurants Raise Money to Benefit Kids at Sanford Children’s Hospital

Eight restaurants are participating in the 8th Annual Cares for Kids Dine to Donate event

FARGO, N.D. – Restaurants in the area are raising money to benefit Children’s Miracle Network at Sanford Children’s Hospital. You can do your part by eating at any of the eight local restaurants participating in the 8th Annual┬áCares for Kids Dine to Donate event. “If there is ever a day to go out to eat, I’d say today is the…

Costco Warehouse Donates Over $36,000 to Children’s Miracle Network

Costco has raised $157,000 in just six years for Children's Miracle Network hospitals, which benefits Sanford Children's Hospital

FAGRO, N.D. — Costco Warehouse is giving back and donating over $36,000 to Children’s Miracle Network. Costco employees presented the check at Sanford Children’s Hospital in Fargo. Six-year-old Noah Schaefer, the 2018 Children’s Miracle Network North Dakota Champion battling a rare disease known as HLH, was there to accept the check as well as some cool new toys. The employees…

Sanford Children’s Hospital Gets A Big Check After Golf Tournament

Re/Max Legacy Realty and Designer Homes raised $31,500

1/4 Show Caption Hide Caption 2/4 Show Caption Hide Caption 3/4 Show Caption Hide Caption 4/4 Show Caption Hide Caption FARGO, N.D. — Re/Max Legacy Realty and Designer Homes presented another big check to Sanford. They raised $31,500 for Sanford Children’s Hospital. The money is from the organization’s Third Annual Children’s Miracle Network Golf Tournament that was held in July….

Dairy Queen Celebrates Miracle Treat Day

With each Dairy Queen Blizzard sold, one dollar or more will go toward Children's Miracle Network

WEST FARGO, N.D.– Fifty Dairy Queens across North Dakota and the northwest part of Minnesota are teaming up with Children’s Miracle Network for Miracle Treat Day. With each Dairy Queen Blizzard sold, one dollar or more will go toward Children’s Miracle Network and benefit the children at Sanford Children’s Hospital. This is the 13th year the organizations have teamed up…

LIVE: 50 Dairy Queen Locations Celebrate Miracle Treat Day

With each Blizzard purchased, one dollar or more will benefit a child at Sanford Children's Hospital

KVRR’s Maggie LaMere visits a West Fargo Dairy Queen and learns how to make her very own Blizzard. Categories: Morning – In The Community Tags: children’s miracle network, Miracle Treat Day, Sanford Children’s Hospital