Meet Peach!

She is a darling child who lives in Yakima Valley, and I think her story will tug at your heart.

Peach was diagnosed with an extra chromosome before she was born. When she arrived in the world, she had a heart murmur.

Her parents quickly sought care for Peach and thanks to many local donations, they were able to utilize many services from the Children’s Miracle Network.

Children's Miracle Network benefits Memorial Foundation in Yakima, WA
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As a baby and toddler, she was able to receive physical therapy care at Children’s Village, where she learned how to crawl like a little baby champ.

This Story About 8-Year-Old Peach Will Tug at Your Heartstrings
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The Children’s Miracle Network has raised millions of dollars to help out families in the Valley who need medical treatments for their kids that they typically cannot receive here in the Yakima Valley.

The Memorial Foundation holds various fundraisers and appeals to local donations to bring in medical specialists to provide pediatric services at Children’s Village.

Children's Village in Yakima WA
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Our donations help cover some of the equipment needed to keep local preemie newborns healthy in the neonatal intensive care equipment (NICU) at MultiCare Yakima Memorial Hospital.

Here are some fun facts about PEACH, our CMN Kid of the Month!

8-Yr Old Peach: Yakima Valley Kid Whose Story Tugs at Your Heart
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  • 8 YEARS OLD

  • IS A SWIMMING FANATIC and MYSTICAL MERMAID ‍♀️

  • LOVES CHOCOLATE CAKE

  • LOVES PEPPERONI AND CHEESE

  • LOVES EVERY FLAVOR OF ICE CREAM

Children’s Miracle Network donations benefit MultiCare Hospitals and the Memorial Foundation. In 2023, they were able to raise over $100,000 during our 12-hour Townsquare Media Radiothon!

 

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