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Update from Le Bonheur Children’s Hospital

Dear Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals partners and friends,

I wanted to take a moment to check-in and see how you are doing. This has been an unprecedented time for all of us, and I hope that this message finds you well and safe.

I also wanted to thank you for all you do for our community and children. We see this a lot – our community and incredible partners coming together, as one team, to support Le Bonheur Children’s Hospital throughout the year. But it is even more amazing to see how our community comes together, as one team, during some of the most troubling times. With my deepest gratitude, thank you. Thank you for the impact you are making day in and day out.

We see you. We see you tirelessly restocking shelves, manning stores so people can fuel their cars, working hard to fill prescriptions. We see the managers care for their staff, their business and their own families. We see the owners and CEOs who make hard choices that will impact their bottom line in an effort to keep our community safe. Again, thank you.

You all are extraordinary partners to our hospital and we also want to support you. We have developed some great resources that we wanted to share with you and your employees. We have developed a resource site (hyperlink to with a wealth of information – everything from what to look for if you are worried about the coronavirus to things to do with your kids while you’re home. We also urge you check out our social media pages (Twitter- @LeBonheurChild, Instagram- @lebonheurchildrens and Facebook- Le Bonheur Children’s Hospital- @lebonheurchildrens).

Is there anything else we can do to support you?

In the next couple of weeks, we plan to limit our campaign planning communications and instead, encourage you, uplift you, and keep you informed with hospital news, resources, and support.

Please let me know if you have any questions or concerns. Otherwise, stay safe, wash your hands, and know that we are all in this together.

Stay well,

Your CMNH team – Marcie, Connie and Courtney