Ways To Help

Fundraising is fun, but it is not always easy! Guilds confront many challenges when planning fundraising events, yet none compare to what Children's patients endure. Kids don't give up and neither will we. We invite you to help us!

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Purchase a Miracle


Circle of Hope is proud to be participating in the Purchase a Miracle Campaign! During the last week of April, we placed shelf tags at the West Seattle QFC and the Alderwood Fred Meyer stores. Buy products with this bright green tag and help kids in our region get the medical care they need at Seattle Children’s Hospital.

May 1st to June 15th
Hundreds of guild volunteers for Seattle Children’s Hospital will soon make their mark across the state for the 22nd annual Purchase a Miracle (PAM) grocery and drugstore campaign. Since it began in 1988, PAM has raised more than $5.8 million for uncompensated care at Seattle Children’s. Seventy-nine hospital guilds will place more than 200,000 “shelf tags” in nearly 500 retail outlets across Washington during the six-week campaign, May 1st to June 15th. At an average of three hours per store, this is a donation of close to 1,500 hours.

PARTICIPATING RETAILERS INCLUDE:
Bartell Drugs, Cost Cutter, Food Pavilion, Fred Meyer, Haggen Food & Pharmacy, PCC Natural Markets, QFC, Red Apple Markets, Rite Aid, Safeway, Thriftway, TOP Food & Drug, Town & Country Markets and Unified Grocers. Participating product sponsors include Coca-Cola, Chateau Ste. Michelle, Darigold, Fisher Scones, Kellogg’s, Kraft Foods, Newman’s Own, Jimmy Dean, Talking Rain, Tillamook, Weight Watchers Smart Ones and more. Promotional support is provided by KOMO 4 television and Fisher Radio.

LOOK FOR PRODUCTS LIKE:
Coca-Cola
Canterbury Naturals
Chateau Ste. Michelle
Darigold
Fisher Scones
Kellogg’s & Keebler
Kraft
Jimmy Dean
Newman’s Own
Talking Rain
Tillamook
Weight Watchers Smart Ones