ARIZONA GIVES DAY

Dutch Bros’ Day of Giving to help Phoenix Children's Hospital on April 6

Posted 3/29/21

Every drink sold from open to close Tuesday, April 6, at Dutch Bros Coffee locations in Goodyear and Buckeye will benefit the “health, hope and healing” of Phoenix Children's Hospital patients.

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ARIZONA GIVES DAY

Dutch Bros’ Day of Giving to help Phoenix Children's Hospital on April 6

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Every drink sold from open to close Tuesday, April 6, at Dutch Bros Coffee locations in Goodyear and Buckeye will benefit the “health, hope and healing” of Phoenix Children's Hospital patients.

Phoenix Children’s Hospital Foundation and Dutch Bros invites the public to order their favorite drink for Dutch Bros Day of Giving, with $1 from every drink sold at each of the company's 28 Valley locations will benefit Phoenix Children’s Hope Fund supporting more than 60 hospital programs partially or solely funded through philanthropy, according to a news release. 

Dutch Bros employees will be dressed like superheroes to support the “superhero patients” at PCH as donations will benefit patients like 8-year-old Korbin, who was diagnosed with a Meningioma tumor at age 4.

He has undergone multiple brain surgeries throughout the years and had to relearn basic skills like walking and talking, the release said.

PCH is among the nation’s largest pediatric health systems, which has provided inpatient, outpatient, trauma, emergency and urgent care to children and families for more than 35 years.

Phoenix Children’s Care Network includes more than 850 pediatric primary care providers and specialists who deliver care across more than 75 subspecialties.

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