Kids Helping Kids for American Family Children's Hospital
MADISON - Local Madison children now have the opportunity to help their peers through the Kids Helping Kids program at all Madison area Culver's restaurants.
From now through March 31, children can turn in their Scoopie Tokens from Scoopie Kid's Meal bags to help raise money for American Family Children's Hospital.
Culver's will make a donation for each Scoopie Token received. During the "Kids Helping Kids" campaign, children may donate their Scoopie Tokens at drop boxes at participating Madison Culver's restaurants.
"At Culver's, giving back to our community is always close to our hearts. We are so excited to participate in a program benefiting the American Family Children's Hospital," said Lea Culver, co-founder of Culver's. "We are happy to give kids an opportunity to share their generosity with other children."
Each Culver's restaurant in Madison, Cross Plains, DeForest, McFarland, Middleton, Mount Horeb, Stoughton, Sun Prairie, Verona and Waunakee will have a drop box on its counter to collect the Scoopie Tokens.
"The Kids Helping Kids program is a great way to continue to build community support behind the American Family Children's Hospital," said American Family Children's Hospital Vice President Jeff Poltawsky. "This donation is especially heart-warming for our patients because it demonstrates how much other children truly care about helping other kids."
American Family Children's Hospital is a complete children's medical and surgical center with a pediatric intensive care unit, an internationally recognized transplant surgery program, a children's cancer center, and a family-friendly atmosphere.
Date Published: 02/08/2010