The Arizona Coyotes announced today that the Arizona Coyotes Foundation has made a $250,000 donation to Phoenix Children’s Hospital. The funds were raised over a three-year period and will be allocated towards the hospital’s Center for Cancer and Blood Disorders. The new state-of-the-art building has allowed the hospital to expand the center and meet the demand for the growing number of patients they treat each year.
“On behalf of the Arizona Coyotes Foundation, we are thrilled to donate $250,000 to the Phoenix Children’s Hospital,” said Coyotes’ Owner, Chairman and Governor Andrew Barroway. “PCH is a phenomenal hospital and we are very fortunate to have it here in the Valley. Their Center for Cancer and Blood Disorders is doing great work and we hope that this donation will help many children in the future.”
“The Arizona Coyotes Foundation’s support of our new Center for Cancer and Blood Disorders allows us to provide life-saving care to some of the sickest kids at Phoenix Children’s Hospital,” said Steve Schnall, Senior Vice President and Chief Development Officer of Phoenix Children’s Hospital Foundation. “It is through the support of our generous partners that we can continue to serve the growing healthcare needs of all children in the Valley.”
The mission of the Arizona Coyotes Foundation is to enhance the quality of life throughout Arizona communities by supporting non-profit organizations that promote healthcare, education and cultural arts programs for children and service men and women. Courtesy of arizonacoyotes.com