Miracle Jeans Day: Why employees give
Shannon Haning gives because she had a miracle baby of her own. Connie Thompson gives in honor of her grandson. Amy Quinones gives because she was born with health issues herself.
As Miracle Jeans Day approaches on April 28, it’s a reminder that supporting the children cared for at Asante sometimes means you’re also caring for a friend or co-worker.
“This annual employee giving campaign gives us all the opportunity be a part of something bigger than ourselves,” said Andrea Reeder, vice president and executive director of Asante Foundation, which oversees the annual fundraising event for Asante and ARRMC, a Children’s Miracle Network hospital.
The employee campaign is going on now, and participating is easy, fun and – most importantly – for the kids. All proceeds directly benefit local kids and families that rely on Asante for high-quality treatment, close to home.
Halfway through this year’s campaign, employees have already raised more than $100,000! There is still time to register, and every employee can participate, whether you work remotely or on-site. Employees can also break out their donations over time by opting for payroll deduction.
Register by March 31 and get ready to celebrate together on April 28.
“Together,” Reeder says, “we can make miracles possible.”
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