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Families find healing in giving back

If you would like to donate to Children's Minnesota, please contact annual giving officer Brady Gervais at [email protected] or 952-992-5512.

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10 reasons to run Twin Cities Marathon for Children’s Minnesota

Thinking about running a marathon? What about running a marathon for a cause? Here are 10 reasons you should consider running the Medtronic Twin Cities Marathon on Oct. 9 on behalf of Team Superstars!

Heart surgeries save life of little Roland

Kara and Ryan Jaehnert learned before their son's birth that he had a congenital heart defect.

2016 Team Superstars kickoff at Mill City Running

This year's charity running team kickoff event takes place 9-11 a.m. Sunday, Feb. 7.

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Parise, Wild skate with Children’s Minnesota patients

Teammates and Joe Mauer joined Zach Parise and 15 former patients for a skating and pizza party at Richfield Ice Arena.

Give a $5

For all you did to Give a $5, we give thanks

You gave us high fives, and for that we give you applause. Your donations and support are humbling. Let’s keep up the momentum in 2016 using #givea5.

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Give a $5, share a high five for Children’s Minnesota

Participate in the Give a $5 fundraising campaign in December donating to Children’s Minnesota and sharing a high five.

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Minnesota boy adopted from China born with ‘beautifully created, imperfect heart’

Tovin Kainz, 4, was born with tetralogy of Fallot, a congenital heart defect.

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Supporters to walk at Mall of America for hydrocephalus awareness

Hydrocephalus is a chronic condition caused by an excessive buildup of cerebral spinal fluid in the brain.

Minnesota teens make pillowcases for hospitalized kids

Graduating seniors Hannah Bremer and Sophia Schmidt, of Rogers, established the Sweet Dreams Project as freshmen.