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Sanford Children's Hospital holds 12th Annual Miracle Maker Radiothon

Sanford Children's Hospital has the phones ringing at several radio stations in Grand Forks.

Children at Sanford Children's Hospital
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GRAND FORKS, N.D. — Every year, donations are made to help fill the greatest needs at Sanford Children's Hospital. It is the only Children's Miracle Network Hospital in North Dakota.

Running from 6 a.m to 6 p.m. Friday, March 3, Hugo's Family Marketplace will be presenting the 12th Annual Miracle Maker Radiothon.

Supporters can listen in to hear inspirational stories of healing. It will give people the chance to be a part of the story and part of the healing process. All donations will be used to support the kids, high-tech medical equipment and special educational programs, like music therapy.

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Children Miracle Network lead development officer Hillery Mork expressed how it is a great opportunity to see kids that were once sick at a young age all grown up, healthy, and doing what really a kid should do.


The radiothon raised over $50,000 in 2022. To donate, visit the Sanford Health Miracle Maker Radiothon donation page .

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