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Meet the 2019 @memorialgolf bear, Irv! Find out how you can purchase Irv and support our NICU patients like 17-month-old Jack: #thememorial

Parents may be able to prevent future #anxiety and #depression by helping their kids learn to manage #stress early. See what our experts suggest:

Let’s go to the prom! On May 4, the Child Life department at CHLA hosted the inaugural Patient Prom for hospitalized & outpatient teens ages 13-19. The hospital’s conference center was transformed into a “Night With the Stars” theme, complete with life-size Oscar statue!

Thanks to the generous support of the @965WKLH listeners and donors, our 22nd annual Miracle Marathon for Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin raised $1,101,602! Incredible!

“Clean eating” has been around since the mid-90s and registered dietitians have been talking about it for decades. Learn more here:

At age 5, Little Nick Rocks the Night as the ultimate VIP. Get a glimpse into the tiny moments that tell the larger story of "All we do. All for kids." >>

WE'RE IN OUR FINAL HOUR. Let's make these phones ring! Help us help kids during this year’s WKLH Miracle Marathon for Children's Hospital of Wisconsin. Give us a call at 414-337-WKLH or make an online donation here:

Getting to watch her patients find a new life is something #InterventionalCardiologist Dr. Jenny Zablah describes as “priceless.” Meet her: #CHD #CHDCare4Life

For one whole year, Steve grew out his hair and raised money to support the kids we care for at Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin. He raised over $10,000! Yesterday, he finally shaved his beard and cut his hair. Steve helped us, will you? Donate now: 414-337-WKLH. @965WKLH

Charlie was born missing half his heart. But because people like you invested in finding breakthroughs & new treatments, he can go on to do everything any other kid would do. All gifts made by May 31 will be MATCHED to help more kids like Charlie:

Two years ago, one of our nurses, Alyse, donated one of her kidneys to Elizabeth and saved her life. Today, they shared their story. Please show your support during our Miracle Marathon. Call our phone bank at 414-337-WKLH or make an online donation:

Help us celebrate National Paper Airplane Day on 5/26 by downloading and posting your airplane using the hashtag #OnOurSleeves! Choose your paper airplane at Thank you to our partner, @MillcraftPaper for helping to transform children's mental health.

Isaiah was a healthy hockey player, when a rare blood disorder took him off the ice temporarily. But thanks to his determined spirit and the Hematology team at CHLA, Isaiah was able to get back to living like a normal 11-year-old:

May is Better Hearing and Speech Month! Our Audiologists and Speech Pathologists do incredible work with our patients every day and we are so grateful for all they do!

Baby Noah spent 10 days in the NICU at Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin. Today, Noah and his family are joined with their neonatologist to share their story. Help us help kids like Noah. Give us a call at 414-337-WKLH or make an online donation:

One year ago today, the Cierney family almost lost their 3-year old son Dylan in their neighborhood pool. Today, they're on a mission to use their life-changing experience to protect other families.

Bella, 12, and Sam, 9, held a bake sale to raise money for the @965WKLH Miracle Marathon. They just dropped off $736!!! AMAZING!! The Miracle Marathon is going on right now! Call 414-337-WKLH to donate or make an online donation:

Depression is a common and serious form of a childhood mental disorder. It is more severe than normal sadness. It can interfere with a child's energy, concentration, sleep and appetite. And it can go on for weeks, months or even longer. #OnOurSleeves

8-year-old David has had a total of 15 surgical procedures at Children's Hospital of Wisconsin with more in his future. So far, he's raised over $3,000 for our hospital and he wants your support, too. Donate now:

This bright and bubbly 13-year-old was born with spinal muscular atrophy (SMA), a genetic neuromuscular disorder that causes a loss of muscle strength and control. Today, Leah shared her story on air. Help us help kids like Leah by donating:

Please join us in congratulating our 2019 Project SEARCH graduates! #ProjectSEARCH is an innovative school-to-work transition program for high school students with significant disabilities. Learn more:

Today @StephGradyTV shared the story of her daughter, Harper, live on air. When Harper was 9 months old, she was diagnosed with sagittal craniosynostosis. Help us help kids like Harper during this year’s @965WKLH Miracle Marathon for Children's Hospital.

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