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Timken Foundation awards grant to Akron Children's

Timken Foundation awards $1.5 million grant to Akron Children’s

The Timken Foundation of Canton has awarded Akron Children’s Hospital a $1.5 million grant to support the construction of Akron Children’s new Health Center in North Canton. Read more...
Scrappers’ partnership hits 10-year streak

Covering all the bases: Scrappers’ partnership hits 10-year streak

Shortly after the Beeghly campus opened in 2008, Akron Children’s Hospital Mahoning Valley stepped into the batter’s box, looking to hit a grand slam with its first athletic partnership. Read more...
Giant Eagle donates more than $130,000

Giant Eagle donates more than $130,000 to Akron Children’s Hospital

Giant Eagle’s eighth annual register campaign raised more than $130,000 for the hematology-oncology programs at Akron Children’s Hospital’s two campuses. Read more...
Figure skating doctor shares ice with gold medalist

Figure skating doctor shares ice with former Olympic gold medalist

Who would have thought the Akron Children’s Hospital Pediatrics physician’s interest in skating would lead to sharing a 5,000-seat arena’s ice with former Olympic gold medalist Scott Hamilton? Read more...
KeyBank Foundation Awards $1 million to ASCEND

KeyBank Foundation has awarded $1 million Akron Children's ASCEND Program

The ASCEND Program works to improve nursing diversity. This partnership between Akron Children’s and KeyBank Foundation is part of the foundation’s commitment to workforce development; ensuring adults have the necessary skills and education to meet the employment needs in the community. Read more...
Mahoning Valley Kids Crew Marks Eventful First 10 years

Mahoning Valley Kids Crew Marks Eventful First 10 years

For Julie Costas of Canfield, all it took was one phone call back in 2008 to get involved in a yet-to-be-named volunteer group to support the hospital’s fundraising arm. “I’ve always loved working with children,” she said. Read more...

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