• Hartford May 13, 2022 3:27 am

    Hartford Launches Hospital-Based Violence Intervention Program

    The city of Hartford is launching a new initiative bringing together hospitals and community groups to help break the cycle of violence. “This is an unprecedented collaboration,” said Mayor Luke Bronin, D – Hartford. Bronin said a Hospital-Based intervention program will bring together Trinity Health, Hartford Hospital and Connecticut Children’s, along with several community groups including Hartford Communities That Care….

  • Connecticut Childrens April 28, 2022 9:04 pm

    Superheroes Take Over Connecticut Children's for the Ninth Year in a Row

    After two years of virtual superhero meet and greets, Connecticut Children’s welcomed superheroes back into the building Thursday to visit kids suffering from illness.

  • Connecticut Childrens April 28, 2022 9:05 pm

    Superheroes Take Over Connecticut Children's For the Ninth Year in a Row

    After two years of virtual superhero meet and greets, Connecticut Children’s welcomed superheroes back into the building Thursday to visit kids suffering from illness. The superheroes went room to room to visit patients and take pictures. The visits happen every year on National Superhero Day. The last two years forced the annual tradition to go virtual. Patients are happy...

  • UConn April 3, 2022 7:21 pm

    Over $1.3 Million Raised for Connecticut Children's During HuskyTHON

    The University of Connecticut’s annual HuskyTHON raised over $1.3 million for Connecticut Children’s. Participants danced for 18 hours straight for the cause. HuskyTHON said at least 3,500 students attended. HuskyTHON said they collected a total of $1,340,678.68 for children in need during this year’s events. “The past 18 hours have been the most magical display of that promise and it…

  • UConn April 3, 2022 3:21 am

    Dancing for a Cause: Students Raise Money for Connecticut Children's at HuskyTHON

    The University of Connecticut’s annual HuskyTHON event is underway, with a goal of raising money for Connecticut Children’s. Participants dance for 18 hours straight for the cause. HuskyTHON said at least 3,500 students are in attendance. “In the last nine hours that we have spent dancing, 6,075 children have entered a Children’s Miracle Network Hospital, including Connecticut Children’s,” HuskyTHON...

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