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The Summer issue of Leaders in Care our hospital magazine is posted. Among the stories, Dr. Julia Corcoran on our reconstructive plastic surgery services, and an update on Baby Evan and Terilyns journey with cleft palate.

1 day ago

Beja Shriners

Every child looks forward to the freedom of summer!

School’s out. The days are long. There’s nothing better than playing and riding around on your wheels!

The kids at Shriners Hospitals for Children®, like Kaleb, also have big summer dreams in the works… That’s why it’s so important that we support Wheels for LOVE and the other programs that allow kids to be kids!

Kaleb was born with broken legs, the result of osteogenesis imperfecta, or brittle bone disease. He’s undergone numerous surgeries since then to strengthen his tiny bones.

Thanks to your generous support, Kaleb has the freedom of movement on his fun, custom-built adaptive bike. He can do things and go places he could only have dreamed of before.

Please help us provide specially designed adaptive bikes and wheelchairs to keep the children we care for on the move. If you remember your first set of wheels, you know these are the kinds of memories that only come once in a lifetime.

Your special gift right now will change a child’s life forever. Please give today.
Donate Now! https://buff.ly/2JWz7IY

Giving children the freedom to Ride into Summer with Wheels for LOVE is just one of the many ways your generous support gives hope to families with children facing serious medical challenges — orthopaedic conditions, severe burns, spinal cord injuries, and cleft lip and palate.

Together, we let them know they’re not alone. They have wonderful friends like you on their side! Let’s do all we can to give even more children the freedom to ride this summer.

Please join the Wheels for LOVE movement with your special gift of $35, $50, $100, or your best gift today.

With best wishes and warm regards,

Gary J. Bergenske
Chairman, Board of Directors
Shriners Hospitals for Children

P.S. Let’s keep rolling with Wheels for LOVE! Your gift lets our Kids be Kids and that’s the best gift of all. Thank you.
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Every child looks forward to the freedom of summer!

School’s out. The days are long. There’s nothing better than playing and riding around on your wheels!

The kids at Shriners Hospitals for Children®, like Kaleb, also have big summer dreams in the works… That’s why it’s so important that we support Wheels for LOVE and the other programs that allow kids to be kids!

Kaleb was born with broken legs, the result of osteogenesis imperfecta, or brittle bone disease. He’s undergone numerous surgeries since then to strengthen his tiny bones. 

Thanks to your generous support, Kaleb has the freedom of movement on his fun, custom-built adaptive bike. He can do things and go places he could only have dreamed of before.

Please help us provide specially designed adaptive bikes and wheelchairs to keep the children we care for on the move. If you remember your first set of wheels, you know these are the kinds of memories that only come once in a lifetime.

Your special gift right now will change a child’s life forever. Please give today.
Donate Now! https://buff.ly/2JWz7IY

Giving children the freedom to Ride into Summer with Wheels for LOVE is just one of the many ways your generous support gives hope to families with children facing serious medical challenges — orthopaedic conditions, severe burns, spinal cord injuries, and cleft lip and palate.

Together, we let them know they’re not alone. They have wonderful friends like you on their side! Let’s do all we can to give even more children the freedom to ride this summer.

Please join the Wheels for LOVE movement with your special gift of $35, $50, $100, or your best gift today.

With best wishes and warm regards,

Gary J. Bergenske
Chairman, Board of Directors
Shriners Hospitals for Children

P.S. Let’s keep rolling with Wheels for LOVE! Your gift lets our Kids be Kids and that’s the best gift of all. Thank you.

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Alec, an orthopaedic patient at our Chicago hospital, got a VIP visit to Chicago Bears Mini-Camp last week. Thanks to Sam Acho, Mitchell Trubisky, GM Ryan Pace and Head Coach Matt Nagy for making Alecs Halas Hall visit so special. #BearsImage attachmentImage attachment
CONDITION UPDATE on Six Guatemalan Children Transferred to Shriners Hospitals for Children – Galveston Following Fuego Volcano Eruption:
Of the six children transferred to Shriners Hospitals for Children – Galveston, four are in critical condition, two are in good condition. The families of these children and the staff of Shriners Hospitals for Children greatly appreciate the overwhelming outpouring of love and concern from the public. We ask, however, that no visitors come to the hospital as the focus remains on the intense care, treatment and recovery of these children. Those who would like to show their support are encouraged to visit shrinershospitalsforchildren.org to see how you can help. If you wish to make a donation, please visit https://buff.ly/2l1Dc3N, or call 409-770-6853.

1 week ago

Beja Shriners

Today’s Monday Membership Message is dedicated to the might of our mission, that of serving mankind through the resources of our great philanthropy, Shriners Hospitals for Children®.
As you may have seen on the news, the Republic of Guatemala experienced a terrible tragedy this past week. The “Volcan de Fuego” (“Volcano of Fire”) erupted, causing terrific devastation to its surrounding towns.
Within 24 hours of the eruption, Shriners Hospitals for Children had emergency medical crews on the ground in Guatemala, assessing damages and beginning the steps to legally bring young Guatemalan children, who had endured severe burns, to our Hospital in Galveston. Through countless conversations between our leaders and multiple government agencies (including the U.S. Southern Command, Army and Air Force, the Guatemalan and U.S. Embassies, the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services and the Department of State), six children were transported to Galveston, each in critical condition with crippling burns over their bodies.
As of the time of this distribution, each has been stabilized by the first-class medical treatment they are receiving.
It was incredible to watch the news reports from all over the world, spotlighting the level of engagement between the Shriners’ organization and this rescue operation. Shriners were on the ground in Guatemala to assist in the rescue mission and in loading the patients and the medical equipment for the commute to Galveston. Shriners were present at the wee hours of the morning to welcome the airplane and assist in the motorcade that brought these children to their temporary home in the U.S. where they will find relief. And, of course, the treatment they will receive at our Hospital is unrivaled anywhere in the world.
The mission and purpose of the Shriners’ organization doesn’t get any more clearly defined. Specific plans and resources are being developed for the efficient propagation of these good works to assist the Temple/Club/Unit leaders in educating and inspiring our Nobles.
May the Great Architect of the Universe continue to bless our organization, allowing us to continue helping children in need from throughout the world.
Happy Monday! Have a great week!
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Today’s Monday Membership Message is dedicated to the might of our mission, that of serving mankind through the resources of our great philanthropy, Shriners Hospitals for Children®.
As you may have seen on the news, the Republic of Guatemala experienced a terrible tragedy this past week. The “Volcan de Fuego” (“Volcano of Fire”) erupted, causing terrific devastation to its surrounding towns.
Within 24 hours of the eruption, Shriners Hospitals for Children had emergency medical crews on the ground in Guatemala, assessing damages and beginning the steps to legally bring young Guatemalan children, who had endured severe burns, to our Hospital in Galveston. Through countless conversations between our leaders and multiple government agencies (including the U.S. Southern Command, Army and Air Force, the Guatemalan and U.S. Embassies, the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services and the Department of State), six children were transported to Galveston, each in critical condition with crippling burns over their bodies.
As of the time of this distribution, each has been stabilized by the first-class medical treatment they are receiving.
It was incredible to watch the news reports from all over the world, spotlighting the level of engagement between the Shriners’ organization and this rescue operation. Shriners were on the ground in Guatemala to assist in the rescue mission and in loading the patients and the medical equipment for the commute to Galveston. Shriners were present at the wee hours of the morning to welcome the airplane and assist in the motorcade that brought these children to their temporary home in the U.S. where they will find relief. And, of course, the treatment they will receive at our Hospital is unrivaled anywhere in the world.
The mission and purpose of the Shriners’ organization doesn’t get any more clearly defined. Specific plans and resources are being developed for the efficient propagation of these good works to assist the Temple/Club/Unit leaders in educating and inspiring our Nobles.
May the Great Architect of the Universe continue to bless our organization, allowing us to continue helping children in need from throughout the world.
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