The Concho Valley turned out and helped raise nearly $460,000 for the Children’s Miracle Network during the 2023 CMN Celebration Telethon.
Special segments featured the 2023 Miracle Children and their stories of courage, local donor check presentations, information about items on the CMN wish list, and details about CMN’s services.
Donate to Children’s Miracle Network by clicking the image below or following this link.
The primary goal of the Children’s Miracle Network (CMN) is to provide the services, equipment, and training necessary so that your child or one that you know can stay in San Angelo at home (or closer to home) for their treatments. At Shannon, we know how difficult it can be for children and their families to have to travel to receive necessary medical treatment.
Children’s hospitals rely on donations and community support to provide the best care for kids. One hundred percent of contributions to the Children’s Miracle Network stay at Shannon Medical Center to benefit our Pediatric Unit, Neonatal Intensive Care Unit, Trauma, Emergency Room, Shannon Pediatric Clinic, and any other department that could treat a child.
Your Donations at Work
Last year, we treated more than 16,800 children for a variety of different illnesses.
Some examples of what CMN contributions provide for children include, but are not limited to:
- Neonatal Intensive Care Unit incubators
- Haberman feeders
- Neonatal Transilluminator
- Bili blankets
- Distraction toys
- Preemie car seats
- Cold spray
- CMAC blades
- Outpatient and community nutrition counseling
- Child life specialist to support the emotional/social needs of patients and their families
- Family-centered care program
- Breastfeeding education
- White Rose Program
- Diabetes Camp
- Take-home CPR kits
- Neonatal Resuscitation Program course
- Pediatric Advanced Life Support course
- Pediatric Emergency Assessment, Recognition, and Stabilization course
- Cardiac STABLE training (neonatal education focused on the pre-transport care of sick infants)
- Child life ONE VOICE training
To learn how to help, visit the Shannon Children’s Miracle Network website.