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Children's Miracle Network Hospitals®

Our mission for Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals® fundraising is simple and has been consistent for more than 30 years – to raise critical funds through in-store donation programs and through the Annual Miracle Tournament. The funds raised will ensure every child in need throughout the communities we serve receives the best possible care. The Annual Miracle Tournament continues to serve as the centerpiece of our fundraising efforts for Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals®. Thank you for your support!


Our Partnership with Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals®

Every associate is committed to making a positive difference in the lives of customers and the communities in which we serve. To that end, within the convenience store industry we are the largest contributor to the Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals®, wherein the donations raised in stores stay local to support the children’s hospital in that area. This gives associates the opportunity to connect with their neighborhood and illustrate that a little change can make a big difference.

Since 1991 and thanks to the overwhelming generosity of customers, suppliers, vendors, business partners, Franchise Owners and employees, 7-Eleven, Inc. has contributed nearly $190 million to Children's Miracle Network Hospitals®.

Next time you visit a 7-Eleven®, Speedway® or Stripes® store, we invite you to donate to Children's Miracle Network Hospitals® at the register.

About Children's Miracle Network Hospitals®

Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals was founded more than 40 years ago with the vision to Change Kids’ Health, Change the Future. We’ve raised over $8.5 billion for 170 children’s hospitals by empowering and engaging with local communities and businesses – and we’re not done yet. All donations benefit local member hospitals to fund what’s needed most, like critical life-saving treatments and healthcare services, innovative research, vital pediatric medical equipment, child life services that put kids’ and families’ minds at ease during difficult hospital stays, and financial assistance for families who could not otherwise afford these health services. Together, we can change kids’ health. Together, we can change the future. Visit

Champion Children

7-Eleven, Inc. currently supports 106 Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals® member hospitals across the U.S. Each year hospitals select a child to represent them for various activities.

2024 Miracle Tournament - Hospitals

Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children
Baylor Scott & White McLane Children
Bernard & Millie Duker Children
Boston Children’s Hospital
Carilion Children
CHOC Hospital
CHRISTUS Children’s
Cohen Children
Cook Children
Corewell Health Children
Dayton Children’s Hospital
Driscoll Children
Duke Children
Gillette Children
Golisano Children
Hasbro Children
John R. Oishei Children
Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital
Johns Hopkins Children
Kentucky Children’s Hospital
Levine Children
Maria Fareri Children
Medical University South Carolina Shawn Jenkins Children
Nationwide Children’s Hospital
Nicklaus Children
OHSU Doernbecher Children
Orlando Health Arnold Palmer Hospital for Children
Penn State Health Children
Rady Children
Riley Hospital for Children
Seattle Children
St. Rose Dominican Hospital
Texas Children
Tucson Medical Center for Children
UC Davis Children’s Hospital
UCSF Benioff Children
UF Health Jacksonville, Wolfson Children
University of Michigan Health at Sparrow Children
UNM Children’s Hospital
UPMC Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh
Valley Children
West Virginia University Children’s

2024 Miracle Tournament - Champion Child Sponsors

2024 Champion Children

Age 14
Age 14

Treated at Children's Hospital Colorado in Aurora, CO.

At age 4, Maelle began to complain that her head hurt and her eyes started crossing. Doctors discovered a three-centimeter mass in her brain and immediately sent the family to Children’s Hospital Colorado where Maelle had a biopsy.

Doctors at Children’s Hospital Colorado diagnosed Maelle with a non-cancerous pilocytic astrocytoma. Due to the tumors’ precarious location, it was deemed inoperable. After careful consideration, Maelle’s family and care team decided to shrink the tumor with chemotherapy. After seven months of chemotherapy, the tumor had shrunk significantly, and they were able to cease treatment and return to normal life.

For two years, Maelle enjoyed life outside of the hospital and became an avid volleyball player. But unfortunately, during a routine check-up, doctors discovered that Maelle’s tumor had started growing again. In January of 2021, Maelle began a new experimental treatment to help reduce the growth of the tumor. Maelle continued to remain in the best of spirits and came off the treatment in February of 2023.

Whilst the treatment saw limited success, she has been off all medication since. Maelle continues to visit Children’s Hospital Colorado to monitor the tumors’ progress and is excited to start high school next year! The family has hope in the groundbreaking research being conducted at Children’s Hospital Colorado to find new treatments and therapies for kids like Maelle.

“Words can’t describe what Children’s Colorado means to us,” says her mom, Kristen. “A hospital isn’t a place where most people would choose to be. And yet, I always feel at ease here, knowing that our daughter is getting the best care available. They are nothing short of amazing.”

Thanks to donations to Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals, Maelle benefits from groundbreaking research being conducted by her local member hospital.

Age 9
Age 9

Treated at CHRISTUS Children’s in San Antonio, TX.

Drew was a happy, healthy two-year-old who had never been ill. He never even had an earache before he was diagnosed with pneumonia and admitted into the H-E-B Emergency Department at CHRISTUS Children’s after a very high fever. When pneumonia didn’t improve, he was transferred to the pediatric intensive care unit (PICU) and underwent surgery to clear out his lungs, followed by a blood transfusion the next day. Drew’s vitals dropped extremely low, causing him to go into cardiac arrest. After his second surgery, he was able come off the ventilator, but then his anaphylactic allergic reaction to antibiotics caused another setback. His mother says “the PICU team will always have a special place in our hearts. They gave us the greatest gift: Drew’s life.” Today, Drew has fully recovered. He is a fun-loving, sweet nine-year-old that loves Marvel and LEGOS. He stays busy on the weekends playing football, baseball, and basketball.

Thanks to the support of Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals, Drew benefited from a brand new PICU ventilator to support his complex care and Child Life services for his family.

Age 12
Age 12

Treated at UPMC Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh in Pittsburgh, PA.

Isabelle (Belle) was adopted from China when she was 19 months old. Her parents knew she had a potentially devastating blood disorder called thalassemia, but they were comforted that a top ten children’s hospital would be waiting for them when they got home. Doctors at UPMC Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh began treatment right away. Since she had beta thalassemia major, the most severe form of thalassemia, Belle had a mediport placed and began a routine of ongoing blood transfusions. To mitigate the risk of an iron overload, which could affect her liver and heart, she takes two medications every morning and every evening. Today, Belle is a happy 12-year-old who loves her hospital days because she gets to bring her two favorite stuffed animals, play Uno, and do arts and crafts with her favorite Child Life specialists. She loves having sushi for lunch in the hospital cafeteria. Belle is a cheerleader and a runner. She has joined band and choir at school.

On the days Belle returns to the hospital, the services provided through Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals help her spend time creatively.

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