Spotlighting our generous givers and those who donate to East Tennessee Children's Hospital.
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Scripps Networks Interactive has donated $10 million to East Tennessee Children's Hospital. This is the largest corporate gift in the hospital's 78 year history. The announcement was made during a special reception and naming ceremony for Children's Hospital's 245,000 square foot expansion project. The hospital's new building will be named Scripps Networks Tower.

Thank you to Burger King for raising over $18,000 for East Tennessee Children's Hospital

Catch FLETCH and help support East Tennessee Children's Hospital and kids like Arian. Get the details on our website:

An incredible act of kindness from a 12-year old boy... Justin Suddath donated half of his Christmas money as a way of saying "thank you" to East Tennessee Children's Hospital for taking care of him and other kids. Thank you Justin!

Belk, Inc. Knoxville retail stores collected teddy bears for East Tennessee Children’s Hospital this year. The teddy bears will be distributed to patients at Children’s Hospital during this holiday season. (pictured from left to right, Melissa Allen/Belk West Town, Bill Muenzer/Belk Maryville, Cameron Hess/Belk Turkey Creek and Michael Young/Belk East Tennessee/Knoxville Region)

See the new Star Wars (or any other movie) for just $5 and support East Tennessee Children's Hospital! Download the free Atom Tickets app and use promo code: ETCH10 - your first movie ticket at any Regal Cinemas in Knoxville will be just $5 and ten percent of ticket sales will go to Children's Hospital. Get Atom for Apple iOS: Get Atom for Android: http://play.go…

Every $15 you donate East Tennessee Children's Hospital's "Adopt-A-Family" program gets you $15 in Salsarita's gift cards in return. This generous offer is only good through Dec. 23rd, so donate today!

All through December 2015, donate $1 at a local Burger King restaurant to East Tennessee Children's Hospital, and you'll get 2 coupons for free sandwiches!

Thank you La Lider WKZX 93.5 for raising $33,676 for East Tennessee Children's Hospital during Radiothon this year!

Norfolk Southern Railroad are regular supporters of East Tennessee Children's Hospital. Pictured, from left: Keith Goodwin, Jenni LeVan, Brad Duncan, Jim Thacker and Danni Varlan

Peyton Manning at the 2015 Peyton Manning Golf Classic to benefit East Tennessee Children's Hospital and the PeyBack Foundation

Chloe and Jane, both 12 years old, set up a lemonade stand and had a bake sale that raised $300 for the NICU at East Tennessee Children's Hospital. You girls warm our hearts, thank you so much!

Hannah Grubbs, age 12, along with her 10-year-old sister Sara, recently made a second visit to Children's Hospital to deliver hair bows, caps and care packages for patients. Hannah started her charity, Bows and Ballcaps, in 2013 to help patients dealing with hair loss related to a medical condition. Hannah lost all of her hair to alopecia areata, an autoimmune disorder, before age 1. Thanks Hannah!

Zachary and Josh took a sign around their neighborhood and offered to do chores for their neighbors to raise money for East Tennessee Children's Hospital. They mailed us on an envelope with $40. Thanks Zachary and Josh for your extreme kindness and selflessness!

Pilot Flying J and the Haslam family generously donated $2.5 million to the Children's Hospital NICU expansion.

New York Life Insurance Co. awarded East Tennessee Children's Hospital a $25,000 grant to establish food pantries. Read more at

December 17, 2014: Delta Dental presents a check to East Tennessee Children's Hospital.

The Tennessee Valley Mustang Club raised $2,500 for East Tennessee Children's Hospital.

Thank you to DeRoyal Industries for raising money for East Tennessee Children's Hospital

Thank you to the Tennessee Football Coaches' Wives for donating $10,000 to East Tennessee Children's Hospital and Project ADAM.

This past Election Day, these generous young ladies raised over $300 for East Tennessee Children's Hospital.

Publix donates to East Tennessee Children's Hospital

Costco supports East Tennessee Children's Hospital through Children's Miracle Network

Oak Ridge Associated Universities (ORAU) donated $125,000 to the Children's Hospital expansion project.

Good Fellas, a motorcycle group from Maryville, held a benefit ride to raise money for East Tennessee Children's Hospital. They brought in a donation of $705 and also gave $50 Toys R Us gift cards to two patients who did artwork for the t-shirts all riders received.