National Training Program 2012 — Helping a FEW Kids

Federally Employed Women (FEW), in conjunction with its 43rd National Training Program (NTP), has selected The Children’s Hospital of Michigan Foundation as its year long outreach project.

The Children’s Hospital of Michigan Foundation supports the health and wellness of children across Michigan, focusing on the charitable programs of Children’s Hospital of Michigan. For 125 years, this City of Detroit hospital has been dedicated to providing the highest quality of care to children and adolescents in a caring, efficient and family- centered environment. A proud member of the Detroit Medical Center, the Children’s Hospital of Michigan is the first and most experienced pediatric specialty hospital in the state. Staffed by more than 2,000 employees, the Children’s Hospital of Michigan has 340 physicians, 125 pediatric specialists and 513 pediatric-trained nurses; more Michigan pediatricians are trained at this Children’s Hospital than at any other hospital in the state. The hospital and the Foundation focus on advancing the health and health care of children through funding—(1) vital pediatric medical research, (2) health professional education and (3) community benefit programs within the community at large.

Our goal is to raise $20,000. We are asking for your support in this most worthy endeavor. For the past two years we have met our outreach goal; let’s make this a tradition. Remember, Children are our most valuable resource, (Quote by: Herbert Hoover, 31st President of the United States)

Donations are tax-deductible. Donations can be made online by credit card at Click on Give Now.
Scroll Down to Gift Designation.
Use the pull-down box to designate your gift to Helping a FEW Kids.

Make checks payable to:
FEEA—Helping a FEW Kids
3333 S. Wadsworth Blvd., Suite 300
Lakewood, CO 80227

For more information contact: Erika Dawson at [email protected] or 859-669-3642.

Mable Seldon, NTP 2012 Executive Chair
Suzi Inman, NTP 2012 Co-Chair
Carolyn Malone, NTP 2012 Co-Chair

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