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GIN Grant for US Veteran Patients

Our partner in patient care, Malcom Randall VA Medical Center, successfully applied for a Get Involved Now grant to purchase personal headphones. This grant aided patients in being able to listen to their favorite music and movies and created some personal quiet space in what is often a very busy environment.

GIN Grant for

Pediatric Patients

Our partner in patient care, Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children’s Hospital of Chicago, successfully applied for a Get Involved Now grant to host a Frozen-themed party with live characters and a green screen for taking fun pictures. This grant aided patients in being able to take a break from their daily healthcare routine and to participate in an activity that was only about having fun.

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GIN Grant for

Mother's Day

Our partner in patient care, St. Joseph’s Women's Hospital, successfully applied for a Get Involved Now grant to gift flowers to mothers in the high risk pregnancy unit. This grant aided patients in being able to celebrate their motherhood.

GIN Grant to Support Child Life Programs

Our partner in patient care, Baylor Scott & White McLane Children’s Medical Center, successfully applied for a Get Involved Now grant to enhance their Child Life program offering by purchasing video games and equipment for their pediatric patients to share. This grant aided patients in being able to take a break from their daily healthcare routine and to participate in an activity that was only about having fun.

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GIN Grant for

Pediatric Patients

Our partner in patient care, Shriners Hospitals for Children Medical Center - Lexington, successfully applied for a Get Involved Now grant to provide 40 Build-A-Bear toys for pediatric patients. The goal of this simple gift was to aid patients in understanding that there is a community of people rooting for them and wishing them well.

GIN Grant for

Pediatric Patients

Our partner in patient care, Medstar Georgetown University Hospital, successfully applied for a Get Involved Now grant to host a Halloween party, that included a special visit from a Minion! This grant aided patients in being able to take a break from their hospital routine and participate in an activity that was only about having fun and being kids.

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