Walmart & Pampers Team Up to Donate $200,000 to Children’s Miracle Network – Plus $25 Walmart GC Giveaway!

Disclosure: The Walmart gift cards and information have been provided by P&G. All opinions are my own. 

I generally ignore 90% of the press releases that fall into my inbox. Then read/delete the rest. Every once in awhile though, I come across something share worthy.

Right now, Walmart and Pampers have teamed up to donate $200,000 to Children’s Miracle Network…and you can help!

Whether they 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. 

  • Your support helps provide 32 million patient visits for 10 million kids every year
  • 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

Will’s story in particular resonated with me:

Mother Frances Hospital
Quad Congenital Amputee
Age 7 (as of 11/30/14)

Will has always defied odds, starting with an all-too-rare Hanhart syndrome diagnosis before he was born. Children with this disorder often have some, but not all, of the symptoms. Will’s diagnosis affects all four of his limbs and was born without feet and with partially developed hands.

This hardly slows him down. Though doctors told Will he would never be able to run and jump without ankles, he has since proven them wrong, defying odds once again.

CMN Hospitals fully funds the Special Needs Clinic where Will receives his care. The Clinic is the only one of its kind between Dallas and Shreveport and treats more than 500 children.

The Children’s Miracle Network helps so many! I definitely wanted to help Walmart and Pampers get the word out about this promotion.

To help get the word out, Walmart is offering a $25 Walmart gift card to one lucky FFF reader. 

All I ask is that you share this post with someone else. I’m not going to follow up, so this is on the honor system ;).

After you share the post, come back and leave a comment. Your comment will be your entry to win. I’d love for you to share any personal experience you or  your loved ones have had with Children’s Miracle Network as well.

This giveaway will end on 7/2/15 at 11:59 PM CST. Winner will be chosen at random.

Good luck!

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60 thoughts on “Walmart & Pampers Team Up to Donate $200,000 to Children’s Miracle Network – Plus $25 Walmart GC Giveaway!”

  1. I shared with my boyfriend and on Twitter. Love the Children’s Miracle Network! They do great work.

  2. The company I work for we donate the A/V services for the major fundraiser they do each year here in Wisconsin.

  3. I do not have any personal experience with the Children’s Miracle Network, but I think this is a great thing that Walmart is doing to support them

  4. I don’t have any personal experience with the Children’s Miracle Network but I think its a wonderful campaign.

  5. I do not have any personal experience with CMN, but they are such wonderful charity and I have donated to them many time!

  6. Shared on Facebook and Twitter. Also word of mouth with the company I work for (American Girl Dolls)

  7. Shared on FB. My coworkers baby is in a CMN Hospital waiting on open heart surgery. She needs to gain a little weight first. She’s been there for three weeks, since a few hours after her birth.

  8. My family has not been in need of The Children’s Miracle Network but we do participate in a couple local fundraisers for them. I shared this post as well.

    *****WINNING POST******

  9. I do not have any personal experience with this organization but I love this story and the work that they do! Thank You for the giveaway opportunity!

  10. Fortunately I haven’t personally had an experience with Children’s Miracle Healh Network but what a great program. I can only imagine how rewarding this must be for both giving and receiving.

  11. I haven’t had any personal experience with Children’s Miracle Network, but I’ve donated to them several times. PS. I shared your post on Facebook.

  12. My nephew was born with a cleft lip and palate and Children’s Miracle Network has helped tremendously after several surgeries! It is amazing what the different specialty teams can do there!!!!

  13. My youngest 2 kids were NICU babies for a while. Nothing is scarier for a parent. I have never dealt with CMN, but we donate to them often. I think raising awareness is great! Shared to Facebook.

  14. I don’t have any personal stories, but i know they have helped SO many children. Anything for the babies ♡

  15. Shared on fb! The Children’s Miracle Network is awesome! I will definitely be heading to Walmart!

  16. Our family has not had an experience, but friends of our friends little girl had leukemia at age 5. They were so wonderful to her and her family! She has graduated from high school now and is doing so well! (I shared too)

  17. I love your posts! You help us find great deals, and take the time to help others. Shared, and you are awesome. Thank you!

  18. I think your organization is similar to March of Dimes, which my sister was a poster child for about 58 years ago.

  19. No personal experience with this network except that I always donate to them because of the wonderful stories I have heard. I do have personal experience with the Spina Bifida Association as my sister has Spina Bifida. They are wonderful also. Thank you

  20. I have not had any personal experiences my self but have seen and heard on tv many that have. Being a single dad raising all 5 of my kids, I know that our little ones are our lives. This program is just amazing,

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