MILWAUKEE -- 96.5 WKLH radio on Thursday, May 23 hosted the "Miracle Marathon" -- sharing stories of hope and healing in our community to raise money for Children's Hospital of Wisconsin.
The Miracle Marathon raises critical funds to help ensure kids receive the best possible care.
FOX6's Stephanie Grady was a guest on the show on Thursday, sharing the story of her daughter, Harper, who needed emergency skull surgery at 9 months old. She said she was grateful for the experience she and her family had at Children's Hospital.
"The staff here, I mean, the doctors, obviously, are phenomenal, but the nursing staff -- everyone -- even the receptionist and the people at the front desk. It couldn't have been better, honestly," said Grady.
Donate online now or call 414-337-9554 to give a gift.
You can also visit the Miracle Marathon online auction to bid on a variety of prizes donated by local businesses. All funds raised through the auction directly support Children's Hospital's programs and services.
In an update on Tuesday, May 28, officials said more than $1.1 million was raised during the two-day, 36-hour radiothon.