Since 2018, hundreds of pediatric patients at CMN Hospitals have experienced Phi Mu's compassion, creativity, connection and companionship through Miracle Market. Although things look dramatically different this year, we hope you will join us in spreading holiday cheer to children at three CMN Hospitals.
Due to COVID-19 healthcare protocols, we can only collect monetary donations this year – all monies raised are tax deductible and will count toward Phi Mu’s five-year pledge to raise $10 million for CMN Hospitals.
Phi Mu’s 2021 Miracle Market is supporting four CMN Hospitals, each with a specific need to help fund mental health needs in their designated communities. You are welcome to donate to any or all of these hospitals to help us reach our goal of $55,000. As a reminder for Phi Mu Alumnae, while supplies last, if you choose to donate $350 to one of these events you will be eligible to receive a 35th Anniversary incentive.
Here’s how your donations will make an impact:
$10,000 for UPMC Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh, located in Pittsburgh, PA, to help transform the physical space that houses the Nutrition, Refeeding, and Stabilization of Health program. The goal is to create an atmosphere that is welcoming and comforting to give patients the environment needed to succeed in their healing process. 
$10,000 for St. Luke's Children's Hospital, located in Boise, ID, to benefit the Day Treatment Center and continue the vital and necessary work for pediatric mental and behavioral health patients across the state. 
$10,000 for Children’s Hospital Colorado, located in Denver, CO, in support of a better future for pediatric mental health. Your donation will help create a better mental health future for children across the state of Colorado and beyond. 

$25,000 for Beverly Knight Olson Children's Hospital, located in Macon, GA, to help fund the creation of one of four rooms in the NEW behavioral health unit ensuring the continuation of exceptional pediatric care for children of central and south Georgia. 


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