Big Change Roundup Supports Vital Services During Difficult Times
Vermont Business Magazine The annual “Big Change Roundup for Kids” is officially underway. Over the next five weeks, from March 28 to April 29, civic organizations, community members, businesses and key partners including New England Federal Credit Union, Maplefields and Med Associates, Inc., will round up donations to support specialized care and vital services provided at The University of Vermont Children’s Hospital. The program is the largest annual fundraiser for the non-profit medical center, and is a joint project of 98.9 WOKO-FM and the UVM Children’s Hospital.
“The programs, services and equipment funded, thanks to the many who contribute to the Roundup, are why we can continue to provide the high-quality, child-friendly family-centered pediatric care that makes our UVM Children’s Hospital such a special place for the thousands of young patients in Vermont and Northern New York who need us to be there for them each and every year,” said Lewis First, MD, Chief of Pediatrics.
Funds raised last year supported innovative and essential programs, including: social support services for children in need or that were food insecure, mental health support for families of children with chronic illness, child life programs to help make children smile and emergency equipment that helped save lives.
For a fuller picture of the many ways BCRU fundraising makes a difference in the lives of thousands of children and families in our region, take a look at the 2021 Impact Sheet.
Learn how to participate online at www.BigChangeRoundup.org. Register to become a fundraising bandit (individual) or posse (team), or simply click the “Donate Now” button.
Checks can also be mailed to:
ATTN: Big Change Roundup
111 Colchester Avenue
Given Courtyard 3 North
Burlington, VT 05401
About The University of Vermont Children’s Hospital
The University of Vermont Children’s Hospital provides high-quality, child-friendly care with a patient and family-centered approach that improves the health of children throughout Vermont and northern New York. Our mission, in partnership with the UVM Larner College of Medicine, extends beyond our hospital walls into the communities we serve to provide innovative services, treatments and procedures to the youngest and often most vulnerable patients. The UVM Children’s Hospital is fully accredited by the Children’s Hospital Association. For more information please visit www.uvmhealth.org/childrens
3.28.2022. Burlington, Vt. – UVMMC