Children's Miracle Network at Cottage
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Don’t Duck This Opportunity to Double Support for Cottage Children’s Medical Center!
Cottage Children's Medical Center had a visit from the Aflac Duck on August 10 and the Duck issued a challenge: match Aflac’s $5,000 gift to pediatric oncology at Cottage by making donations in increments of $25 to honor Aflac’s 25-year relationship with Cottage Health. We can make the match with just 200 donations of $25, or 100 donations of $50, or 50 donations of $100.
However you do the math, your support will have double the value thanks to Aflac’s gift.
Aflac Duck Challenge
How You Can Help
Help make miracles happen for local sick and injured kids in your community by creating your own campaign fundraiser! You’ll feel good knowing that your celebration or event is helping heal even the tiniest of patients. For more information, contact Ann Peyrat at 805-879-8743 or email@example.com
Cottage Children's Medical Center is a proud member of the Children's Miracle Network Hospitals alliance of 170 premiere children's hospitals across the U.S. and Canada raising money to help sick kids.
Holiday Cheer at CCMC
The UCSB Women's Basketball Team payed a special holiday visit to the young patients at Cottage Children's Medical Center.
Share the Holiday Cheer
When you visit one of our corporate partners in the community and make a donation during their CMN Miracle Balloon icon campaign, round up at the register, or drop change into a collection canister, know that you are helping to save kids’ lives at Cottage. Every gift helps, no matter what size the amount. Collectively, you make difference. Together we can do it, one dollar at a time!
Donations are tax deductible and 100% of funds raised through CMN Hospitals in Santa Barbara and San Luis Obispo counties stay local to support Cottage Children’s Medical Center in areas where it's needed most, including research and training, purchasing equipment and paying for uncompensated care—all to save and improve the lives of as many children as possible.
As a not-for-profit hospital, CCMC relies on community support to provide leading-edge care for infants, children and adolescents, close to home.
Funds raised by CMN Hospitals partners helped Cottage establish the region’s first Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) and Pediatric Intensive Care Unit (PICU), as well as our Level II Pediatric Trauma Center.
Yogurtland HOPE Campaign: Aug. 7 – Oct. 1
Yogurtland HOPE Campaign: August 7 – October 1
Select a specially-marked HOPE campaign cup for your purchase to donate $1 to help three charities, one of which is CMN Hospitals! Cottage Children’s Medical Center will receive 1/3 of the donations made at the Santa Barbara, Goleta and San Luis Obispo Yogurtland locations.
Walmart 30-year Anniversary Miracle Campaign: Aug. 28 – Oct. 1
Walmart 30-year Anniversary Miracle Campaign: August 28 – October 1
Celebrate Walmart’s 30-year anniversary with CMN Hospitals during back to school time at Walmart! Donate at the register to help kids at Cottage Children’s Medical Center get back on their feet and back to learning.
Miracle Jeans Day: Sept. 13, or any day of your choosing!
Miracle Jeans Day: September 13, or any day of your choosing!
Go casual for kids and trade your work attire for jeans, while raising funds for Cottage Children's Medical Center. Learn more at miraclejeansday.com.
Extra Life Game-a-thon: Nov. 4
Extra Life Game-a-thon: November 4
Game ON, video, online, tabletop and sports gamers! Be a hero for kids and sign up at www.extra-life.org today to create an online profile, ask friends and family to donate to your fundraising page and recruit others to join your team. Earn prizes while you play games to heal kids!
Ace Hardware Round-Up for Kids: Nov. 25 – Dec. 25
Ace Hardware Round-Up for Kids: November 25 – December 25
‘Tis the season for giving! Round up your change to the next whole dollar at Ace Hardware stores through the register prompt, and the rounded up portion will be donated to Cottage Children’s Medical Center.