The goal is to raise $50,000. We need your help.

The Children's Miracle Network - Radiothon 2023 is on Friday, October 13th.

Change Kids' Health, Change the Future

The generosity of the Yakima Valley never ceases to amaze us, and we'll be counting on you to answer the call again. Each year, NewsTalk 1280 & 101.3 KIT, a Townsquare Media station, leads the charge locally for CMN. The Children's Miracle Network Radiothon will be broadcast Friday from 6 am to 6 pm.

The Radiothon, presented by local Ace Hardware stores, raises funds for pediatric programs and services at MultiCare Yakima Memorial Hospital, the designated Children's Miracle Network Hospital in Central Washington.

How to Make a Donation During The CMN Radiothon in Yakima

Community members are invited to participate and donate by:

Call the Radiothon phone bank at 573-3888.

Bringing cash or checks in person to the Memorial Foundation (3111 Tieton Drive, Yakima, WA 98902)

Each hour of the event will highlight a local Miracle Child who receives services at MultiCare Yakima Memorial Hospital and share the impact of those programs on the child.

Meet CMN Miracle Child - Peach!

Meet Peach
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All Yakima Donations Stay in the Yakima Valley

All funds raised through Children's Miracle Network Hospitals stay in the Yakima Valley to support more than 13,000 babies and children at Yakima Valley Memorial.  Donations support Children's Village and Yakima Valley Memorial's Neonatal and Intensive Care Unit, Pediatric Unit, and Family Birthplace.

Listen to the Radiothon on NewsTalk KIT at 1280 AM, 101.3 FM, online at newstalkkit.com, and on the KIT mobile app.

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