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Meet Hunter: Our 2019 Dairy Queen Canada Miracle Treat Day Ambassador

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Miracle Treat Day is coming up this August 8, 2019! To put a face behind the funds, our friends at Children’s Health Foundation graciously allowed us to use their patient,...

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We’re Celebrating 25 Days of Walmart for 25 Years of Caring

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Thank you, Walmart, for caring for kids for the past 25 years! For 25 years, Walmart Canada has helped kids and families live better by making a direct impact on...

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CHW and Champions: What Does It All Mean?

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As March is upon us, we’re ready to dive into discussions regarding the Children’s Miracle Network Champions program and all things Children’s Hospitals Week. If this is your first time...

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About Mike Weir Foundation / Mike Weir Miracle Golf Drive For KidsView Site

The Mike Weir Miracle Golf Drive for Kids has a single mission - to be golf's premiere fundraising initiative to support children's health care. Since its inception in 2006, The Mike Weir Miracle Golf Drive for Kids has raised over $5 million dollars for Children's Miracle Network partner hospitals.

One of the featured elements of the initiative is Mike Weir's attendance at a signature event hosted by a Children's Miracle Network hospital each year. “I have been very fortunate so far in my career and that is why we knew we could do something special,” says Weir. Events have been hosted in London, Saskatchewan, Halifax and Winnipeg, and we look forward to treating the rest of Canada to this wonderful initiative.

Thanks in part to this support, we're seeing new advancements in research and medical advances in care and education at children's hospitals that are making children healthier and saving countless lives. Children's Miracle Network is honoured to be partnered with The Weir Foundation and help them achieve their goal of raising $10 million for children's health care.

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