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7-Eleven and Speedway stores are Helping Change Kids’ Health at UPMC Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh

Children’s hospitals are on the frontlines when it comes to protecting the health of future generations. But they can’t do it alone. 7-Eleven® and Speedway® stores are serving their neighbors to meet their everyday needs. So together, we can build a better tomorrow. 

Through Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals, 7-Eleven® and Speedway® stores, want to give families at UPMC Children’s Hopspital the support they need to help kids receive the best possible care. 100% of donations through Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals benefit our children’s hospital, supporting the health and well-being of kids through critical life-saving treatments and healthcare services. Allowing kids the opportunity to grow to their full potential. 

Today, 7-Eleven® and Speedway® stores along with customers, neighbors, communities, and partners have joined forces to raise critical funds for Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals. We know when we help fund medical treatments, equipment and facilities, we help ensure children live healthy, fulfilling lives. Fostering the inventors, artists, leaders and families of tomorrow.

Donate or round up your purchase today to help make our community stronger by providing needed treatments for patients at UPMC Children’s. Your donation creates ripple effects that positively impact our community for years to come. Unlocking a world of possibilities!

Patients like Kahmari.

Kahmari, will need treatment throughout his life for gastroschisis, including monthly biologic infusions or blood transfusions.

Donations through Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals have aided the gastrointestinal (GI) team at his local children’s hospital, benefiting his current and future treatment planning. Kahmari is a shining light to his family and the GI and infusion teams at the children’s hospital, who have become family to him.

You, 7-Eleven®, and Speedway® are helping UPMC Children’s transform kids’ and families’ lives in Pittsburgh now and in the future.