Trick-or-treating has come and gone and we’re getting closer to the holiday season so partners of Phoenix Children’s Hospital are giving you even more ways to show your support for PCH.

There are only a few days left for local gamers of all levels and from all categories to unite for a cause. On Saturday, November 5, gamers can save and improve the lives of kids treated at Phoenix Children’s Hospital. Extra Life, a Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals fundraising program, provides game-loving locals a fun way to support Phoenix Children’s.


If you missed out on the chance to support PCH at the October opening of the newest Valley-area Raising Cane’s Chicken Fingers restaurant, don’t fret. From November 16 through December 31, visit any Valley-wide Raising Cane’s and purchase a collective plush-puppy Cane Dog. Proceeds from Phoenix area restaurants will benefit Phoenix Children’s Hospital.


Through November 30 you can get tasty, delicious frozen smoothies delivered right to your door and help PCH in the process. Visit and for every box of frozen smoothies sold to a new customer, PurposePops will donate $5 to Phoenix Children’s Hospital.


In rushing around with holiday shopping, you will need some delicious food to sustain you throughout your errands. Before you visit your Valley-area Papa John’s, go online and enter the promo code PCH; not only will you get an amazing 40% off your order but Papa John’s will also donate 10% of your order to Phoenix Children’s Hospital.

MOD Pizza, known for its focus on making a positive impact in their communities, is teaming up with Phoenix Children’s Hospital to launch its annual Spreading MODness campaign in the Valley. The MOD Squad will be donating $1.00 for every pizza sold at the 1380 N Litchfield Road location to Phoenix Children’s from November 22 through 27, 2016.


On November 12, McLane Sunwest will be hosting the 2nd Annual Cruisin’ For A Cure car and bike show benefiting Phoenix Children’s Hospital. Register early (through November 11) and you’ll pay $20 per ticket; day of tickets cost $25. The first 50 registered participants will receive a goodie bag. Roll in is at 7:00am and the show will start at 9:00am.


Throughout November participating Maaco stores in the Valley will be donating $10 from each invoice of $100 or more to Phoenix Children’s Hospital.

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Running now through December 12th, 14 Valley-area AmTrust Bank branches will hold their annual holiday fundraiser for PCH. The branches will collect donations in support of PCH’s 5th Annual Ignite Hope walk.

Ongoing through December 31: Valley-area Z’Tejas are celebrating Cornbread for a Cause. 100% of the cost of each order of cornbread will be donated to Phoenix Children’s Hospital. That’s right: every single delicious penny will help our staff continue to provide first-class health, hope, and healing to kids from the Valley and beyond.


Ongoing through December 31: Head to Cobblestone and pick up beautiful holiday cards designed by our very own patients at PCH’s Center for Cancer and Blood Disorders. Purchase your holiday cards at Valley-area Cobblestones at an incredible cost of $5 for 5 cards and all donations will benefit PCH’s Center for Cancer and Blood Disorder.


Stop by Mazda dealerships in the Valley from November 21st through January 3rd and test-drive any new Mazda and our friends at Mazda will pledge one hour of their time to local causes. Be sure to mention that you’re a supporter of PCH when you buy any new Mazda and the dealership will donate $150 Phoenix Children’s Hospital.


Does the quickly approaching holiday season have you stressing out? Check out Stressless seating Copenhagen. If you donate $50 to PCH, Copenhagen will give you an amazing $200 off your purchase from November 23 through January 16.


From November 1 to December 12, stop by any 4 Sons Food Stores location statewide to purchase a PCH bracelet for a donation of $1 or more.


Ongoing: As we all try to get organized with the chaotic holidays approaching, think of American Textile Recycling when you’re cleaning out your closets. American Textile Recycling provides convenient clothing and shoe donation bins in neighborhoods throughout Phoenix. Each month, Phoenix Children’s Hospital will receive a donation for every pound of donated items which provides ongoing support, hope and healing to patients and families right in our community. Find out where the closest American Textile Recycling Services bin is here.


Ongoing: When you shop at Arizona Kohl’s stores this holiday season be sure to support Kohl’s Cares… Good stuff for a good cause. Check out products like stuffed animals, and books that will sell for just $5! Purchases from these products will help support KohlsFIT at Phoenix Children’s Hospital.


Ongoing: Visit Big O Tires for all your tire needs this season and you can “Change a Life” of a patient at Phoenix Children’s Hospital. Valley-wide and surrounding Big O Tires locations will be collecting change in support of Phoenix Children’s.


Ongoing: Head north for some excitement with Predator Zip Line. Make your reservation here and Predator will donate $10 from each reservation to Phoenix Children’s.



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