Welcome to Team 'Warriors For Wyatt'
Thank you for taking the time to visit my Walk for Babies fundraising page to benefit the NICU Akron Children’s Hospital.
( Damian and I would like to thank you for joining our team! “ Warriors For Wyatt!” When I saw what the event was for this year I couldn’t even read it to Damian because tears filled my eyes and I had a lump in my throat. It would have been a blessing to have a camera to watch our baby and check in on him when we couldn’t be at the nicu with him. This is a very important fundraiser for us because we hope that future parents will be able to use this technology. )
In 2017, Walk for Babies hit a mile stone of over $1 Million dollars raised since 2008. Without the support of community members like you, Akron Children’s Hospital would not be able to supply the needed assistance to patients and their families in the neonatal intensive care unit (NICU). Akron Children's Hospital's NICU treats 1,800 children annually and is nationally ranked according to U.S News & World Report.
Walk for Babies was created by one family and now has the support of over 1,700 participants, plus their friends and family. As we look towards the future, our goal is to continue to create a community event that makes an impact on local patients for many years to come.
Akron Children’s Hospital is the largest pediatric healthcare provider in Northeast Ohio and provides care through more than 1,100,000 outpatient visits per year. Care is delivered at hospital campuses in Akron and the Mahoning Valley or in one of 27 pediatrician offices or 80 pediatric specialty locations across the region. Through gifts like yours, the hospital is able to purchase vital medical equipment, offer programs that bring extra comfort to families during difficult times and fund innovative research that helps identify new ways of diagnosing and treating illnesses.
Thank you for your support of Akron Children’s mission and dedication to improving the health of the communities served.
As I progress in my fundraising endeavors, I hope that you check back frequently for updates and stories of patients in our communities.
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