Dealing with a diagnosis of pediatric cancer is tough. But at University of Minnesota Masonic Children’s Hospital, kids and families don’t face it alone.
During Childhood Cancer Awareness Month, our hospital has partnered with local businesses to raise money for our Childhood Cancer Fund. When you visit these partners and participate in their special promotions, you’re helping bring more childhood to kids battling cancer.
University of Minnesota Masonic Children’s Hospital is the only nationally ranked pediatric cancer care center in the metro, according to U.S. News & World Report’s latest rankings. And thanks to our partnership with a National Cancer Institute-designated research center, we are also able to offer more clinical trials than other hospitals in the Minneapolis-St. Paul area.
Your continued support helps our doctors translate this breakthrough research into life-saving treatments for kids, but it also allows us to offer extensive programming for families that helps them cope with difficult hospital stays and procedures.
During September, 612Brew will donate $1 to support pediatric cancer research at our children’s hospital for each Honey Blonde ale sold.
Buffalo Wild Wings
Eat wings, Raise funds. On September 14-15, the Buffalo Wild Wings location in Stadium Village will donate 10% of every customer’s receipt to support pediatric cancer research when the customer mentions University of Minnesota Masonic Children’s Hospital at the time of the order.
On Sept. 21, CRISP & GREEN will host a “Crisp for a Cause” with CorePower Yoga. This donate-what-you-can yoga sculpt class will be held at Crisp & Green’s North Loop location. Learn more.
From 6 p.m. to close on Tuesday, Sept. 24, Day Block will donate $1 to children's cancer research for every flagship beer sold.
Monarch Builders & Commercial Services
Throughout September, Monarch Builders & Commercial Services will donate a portion of proceeds to pediatric cancer research at our hospital.
On Thursday, Sept. 19, the Panera Bread location at Rosedale Center in Roseville will donate 20% of the proceeds from all sales between 4 p.m. and 8 p.m. to pediatric cancer research. Customers must present this flyer when ordering to take advantage of this special offering.
During the month of September, Perennial Cycle will donate $5 for every helmet sold to support pediatric cancer research and programming at University of Minnesota Masonic Children's Hospital.
Order a Row the Boat “RTB” Burger at Red Cow in September, and the restaurant will automatically donate $1 back to support pediatric cancer research.
During September, Red Rabbit will donate $1 to support pediatric cancer research for every PJ’s Pizza or PJ’s Pasta order.