Children’s Miracle Network honors two local contributors with national awards
Mar 16, 2018 09:49AM ● Published by Alyssa McGinnis
Mork was named the local corporate person of the year. CMN describes the recipient of this award as an individual at the grassroots level associated with a CMN Hospital’s corporate partner, whose tireless efforts have made a difference in the lives of kids served by their local CMN Hospital. Mork has participated in Miracle Treat Day since 2006, setting a national record of selling more than 40,000 Blizzard treats in a single day. This year, Mork will surpass $500,000 donated to CMN.
Carter was recognized as English radio person of the year. CMN describes the recipient of this award as an individual from one of our partner stations for helping save kids’ lives by telling their stories and spreading the news that children’s hospitals are where miracles happen every day for kids. Carter started radiothon 12 years ago and has formed countless friendships with CMN families while sharing their stories of heartache and triumph. The most recent radiothon raised more than $300,000.
Sanford Children’s Hospital in Sioux Falls, South Dakota, joined the Children’s Miracle Network team in 1986. As a Children’s Miracle Network hospital, Sanford Children’s Hospital stands dedicated to the idea that every child is unique, every diagnosis is different and every situation is special.
As the area’s only Children’s Miracle Network hospital, Sanford Children’s Hospital offers the region’s most comprehensive health care services for children. Leading-edge technology, specially trained medical professionals and a vast array of services help meet the multiple medical needs of patients and their families