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.
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!
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)
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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! https://www.etch.com/giving/