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Speedway® is Helping Dayton Children’s Hospital Change Kids’ Health March 17 – March 19

Speedway®, a part of the 7-Eleven family of brands, is fueling miracles for kids and their families at Dayton Children’s, a member hospital of Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals, March 17 through March 19. It is important that children’s hospitals have the support they need to help kids receive the best possible care.

This weekend, stop in your local Speedway store and donate to fuel miracles and change kids’ health. Your donation will make a difference in the community by raising funds for Dayton Children’s to improve medical treatments, equipment, and facilities along with provide child life services that put kids’ and families’ minds at ease during difficult hospital stays. These funds allow Dayton Children’s to address the most challenging health issues of today and prevent and prepare for those to come. All to improve the lives of our patients.

Patients like Kendal. Kendal has been a dancing since she was two and has many recurring injuries. She became the first patient for the Center for the Female Athlete, dedicated to treating regular injury and emphasizing injury prevention. Through this program, she works with providers from sports medicine, nutrition, and behavioral health. After just four months, Kendal is stronger than ever and has not had another injury.

Speedway has been a proud partner of Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals since 1984 and has raised more than $9,859,000 locally for Dayton Children’s. Their support has brought joy and healing to kids treated in the hospital in many ways and they understand children’s hospitals are on the frontlines when it comes to protecting the health of future generations. This is why Speedway, their generous customers, vendor partners and associates raise critical funds for Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals to foster the business owners, professional drivers and leaders of tomorrow.

Thanks to you and Speedway in the Dayton area for helping change kids’ health to change the future at Dayton Children’s.