Thank you to the many companies that have generously supported Hasbro Children's Hospital. Here are several of the sponsors who support Hasbro Children's Hospital through sponsorships, sales, gifts and during our many fundraising events. For a list of event sponsors please visit each event page to see a listing of our generous sponsors.
Hasbro, Inc.'s generosity and support have touched nearly every corner of our hospital since the day we broke ground more than 17 years ago. Hasbro, Inc.'s leadership and employees provide continuous support and friendship to Hasbro Children's Hospital and the families we serve. Hasbro's kindness is felt corner to corner year-round throughout the hospital and beyond.
Hasbro Children’s Hospital was the first official charitable partner of ALEX AND ANI and products within the CHARITY BY DESIGN collection. ALEX AND ANI has made it their mission to fully encompass partnerships, including utilizing Team (+) Impact, where employees of the brand will volunteer with the hospital during events such as the annual family picnic, Hasbro Children’s Hospital Radiothon, and many other collaborations where employees can fully understand the importance of the partnership and how vital the hospital’s efforts are to the community.
Since 2005, Hasbro Children’s Hospital has been teaming up with Cumulus Providence radio stations, and Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals for their annual Radiothon broadcast.
Dunkin’ Donuts has a big heart when it comes to the health of children and their families in our community. In 2014, Dunkin’ Donuts franchise owners in Rhode Island and southeastern Massachusetts—representing 300 stores—reaffirmed their longstanding support of Hasbro Children’s Hospital with a five-year, $1-million commitment to create the 4-Safety Program, designed to educate the community about injury prevention.
For nearly two decades, Gregg’s Restaurant has sponsored the "Giving Cake"—a delicious four-layer chocolate peanut butter cake created by Gregg's master bakers. Each time a whole Giving Cake is purchased, $2 of the purchase price is donated to Hasbro Children's Hospital. Each slice purchased provides a 25¢ donation. Indulge someone's sweet tooth!
Kohl's sells kid-friendly cause merchandise, with 100% of the net profit donated to support kids’ health and education initiatives in communities nationwide. Since 2000, more than $300 million has been raised through the Kohl’s Cares® cause merchandise program.
For more than 20 years, the National Guard Association of Rhode Island, the non-government entity that runs the Air Show on the grounds of the Air National Guard installation, has raised money for local charities as part of the popular event. As has been the long-standing commitment of NGARI, Hasbro Children’s Hospital is the Air Show’s major benefactor. Since the partnership was established, more than $2 million has been contributed to the hospital.
The Champlin Foundations
The longstanding generosity of The Champlin Foundations in support of Hasbro Children’s Hospital has been essential to our ability to grow and treat the tens of thousands of children who seek care at our hospital each year.
Walmarts and Sam’s Clubs raise funds by asking customers to purchase a “Miracle Balloon” for $1.Their associates are also active in fundraising.
Marriott partners with Aquafina and a portion of the proceeds of sales of Aquafina and other selected Pepsi products sold at participating Marriotts and affiliated properties is donated to CMNH.
RE/MAX involvement includes an annual golf tournament and block party as well as contributions from Miracle Agents. RE/MAX Miracle Agents are dedicated hospital supporters who pledge to make a donation after each property sale.
Ace Hardware’s Blue Bucket Campaign asks customers for a $5 donation and in return they receive a five-gallon bucket with an additional 20% off everything that fits in the bucket. They also sell Miracle Balloons.
Rite Aid locations in RI and southeastern MA have raised more than $500,000 for Hasbro Children’s Hospital with the sale of Miracle Balloons and associate fundraising activities.
Dairy Queen sells Miracle Balloons and donates $1 or more from every Blizzard® Treat purchased at participating DQ® stores on Miracle Treat Day.
International House of Pancakes (IHOP) offers guests a free short stack of their famous buttermilk pancakes on National Pancake Day and for every short stack served, IHOP invites guests to make a donation. They also sell Miracle Balloons.
Chico’s raises funds through the sale of Miracle Bears and CMNH bracelets. They also ask customers for donations at the register and donated $1 for every electronic “Send a Smile” card sent to pediatric patients in the hospital.
HMS Host asks patrons at all its restaurants at T.F Green Airport to donate their spare change.
Credit Union Association of RI branches accept spare change as a donation with “Change for Kids” and organize “Dress Down Days”.
Miss America serves as an ambassador and raises money for the Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals. Miss RI also plays a big part in CMNH here in her home state throughout the year.
Extra Life is an online grassroots movement that uses the power of play to raise money. From video games to board games, Extra Lifers play games for 24 hours to help patients at Hasbro Children’s Hospital.
Salve Regina University students put their dancing shoes on for an 18-hour Dance Marathon to raise funds.
Mr. Roger Williams University is a unique event where Roger Williams University students compete in a Miss America-style pageant called “Mr. RWU.”
We are grateful to the many companies that sponsor our signature events. The success of our fundraising events would not be possible without this important support. Recent event sponsors appear on the following pages: