HuskyTHON Hits Home for Student Dancer and Former Patient

Categories: Children's Miracle Network Hospitals, Events, Patient Ambassadors
Since 2002, Nicki Cartier has had a close relationship with Connecticut Children’s Medical Center. She describes Connecticut Children’s as a “home away from home,” which makes perfect sense, given the amount of time she has spent there over the years, and the deep connections with staff she has made along the way. Nicki was first …

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Dancing Toward Good Health

Categories: Cause Related Marketing Partnerships, Events
Imagine for a moment that you are a middle-school student and you are morbidly obese. There are the obvious physical issues—your stomach is upset most of the time, you’re out of breath when accomplishing even the simplest tasks, your knees hurt, and you sweat constantly. But worse is how you may feel—the depression, the fear …

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PLAN B: Grab a Can, Help a Kid.

Categories: Cause Related Marketing Partnerships, Events
A big thank you to Plan B Simsbury for supporting Connecticut Children’s Medical Center with the Cans 4 Kids event which was held on June 17, 2017. Together, with donations from the community, Plan B raised $5,500 for Connecticut Children’s. Plan B Simsbury General Manager, Nancy Crandall and Manager Maryann Hubbard presented the check, with help from …

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State Police Toy Drive Keeps Kids Smiling

Categories: Events
A toy from Santa Claus can bring a smile to a child’s face on Christmas Day. But a toy from the annual State Police “Stuff a Cruiser” Toy Drive can bring smiles to children who pass through the Emergency Department (ED) at Connecticut Children’s Medical Center 365 days a year. For 6-year-old Dillon DaFonseca, it …

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2017 Gala Was a Wondrous Event

Categories: Events
Imagine a place where wandering musicians play for guests strolling through an Arabian marketplace filled with unique gifts, or guests line up to have their photos taken with a snake charmer charming a boa constrictor, or fortune tellers telling of wondrous things to come. For 850 guests, the wondrous event was already at hand: The …

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