Miracle Jeans Day – 2012

Save the Date for Miracle Jeans Day 2012!
Stay tuned to see what RE/MAX Elite will be doing for Miracle Jeans Day!
Save the Date for Miracle Jeans Day 2012!
Wear Jeans and Help Kids on September 12th! Join thousands of individuals and companies across North America raising money for their local Children’s Miracle Network Hospital by trading your traditional work attire for jeans.
Visit www.MiracleJeansDay.com to sign up, make a donation, order apparel or download a Free Starter Kit. Our Miracle Jeans Day materials will help you raise funds for your local Children’s Miracle Network Hospital.
Miracle Jeans Day 2011 was a huge success!
Since 2009, Miracle Jeans Day has raised more than $1.4 million for Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals. Just last year, more than 1,500 businesses participated, raising more than $700,000 to help kids receive the life-saving care they so desperately need! Thank you to all of our partners who continue to make Miracle Jeans Day a huge success by making miracles for local kids.
Special Note from Delta Air Lines
Delta Air Lines is a proud supporter of Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals, and Miracle Jeans day is one of the many ways we support this great cause.” Greg Kennedy, Vice President ACS at Delta Air Lines
Where do the funds go?
All funds raised through Miracle Jeans Day benefit the Children’s Miracle Network Hospital in your community. Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals® raises funds for 170 children’s hospitals across North America, which, in turn, use the money where it’s needed the most. Donations help support areas such as research and training, purchase equipment, and pay for uncompensated care, all in support of our mission to save and improve the lices of as many children as possible.
Meet a Miracle Child
Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals treat millions of children across North America regardless of their condition or ability to pay. Here is just one story; meet Haven:
Within hours of her birth, Haven was diagnosed with pulmonary stenosis, a congenital heart defect. In simple terms, the artery that connects Haven’t heart to her lungs was almost completely closed and Haven underwent two heart procedures in her first 11 days of life.
Today Haven is making progress overcoming speech and motor skill delays with the help of ongoing therapy. Most importantly, she is a happy little girl with a heart that works just as it should.  Haven was treated at Arkansas Children’s Hospital.
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