Primary Children’s Give-A-Thon underway on KSL TV and KSL NewsRadio
Join us today for the annual KSL Give-A-Thon for Primary Children’s Hospital.
We’ll be sharing stories of children who receive care daily at Primary Children’s on-air throughout the day. Listen live here.
All donations help children. Donate today!
All of the money received from donations during the Give-A-Thon event goes directly to the children in need at the hospital.
Funds donated to the Give-A-Thon help with charity care, world-class research, and special programs like bereavementcounseling and music therapy.
KSLNewsRadio is teaming up with KSL TV to help raise money for kids in need. All donations will go directly to Primary Children’s Hospital.
Donate below or call 801-KSL-KIDS (801-575-5437).
Outside the Salt Lake area, use the toll-free number of 1-800-762-7262.
About Primary Children’s
Primary Children’s Hospital has a motto, “The Child First and Always.” This standard is apparent in the care they give to children daily.
Primary Children’s gives care to all children in need from the Intermountain region, including Idaho, Utah, Wyoming, Montana, Nevada, and even Alaska.
In 2020, Primary Children’s expended $13.7 million in charitable contributions from the community to cover 11,867 hospital visits from children in need.
On behalf of all of us here at KSL, we thank you for your generous donation!
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