Mountainside Fitness recently donated $15,000 to Phoenix Children’s Hospital’s Hope Fund that finances innovative research, cutting-edge technology, physician recruitment, and child-friendly programs and services.
The programs, according to a press release, makes the hospital environment more comfortable for patients and their families.
Mountainside Fitness’ donation resulted from efforts from a silent auction conducted with Charity Benefits Unlimited, a company that partners with local and national charities as well as businesses.
Mountainside Fitness partners with Charity Benefits twice a year with auctions involving sports and pop culture memorabilia, the release said.
“We chose Phoenix Children’s Hospital as the beneficiary for our latest auction. We have always been a strong advocate for supporting health and wellness. This donation will help support physicians, patient care and research at Phoenix Children’s Hospital,” said Tom Hatten, Mountainside Fitness CEO/founder, in a prepared statement.
Phoenix Children’s Hospital is noted as the only Arizona licensed children’s hospital, providing inpatient, outpatient, trauma, emergency and urgent care to children and families in Arizona and throughout the southwest, the release said of one of the largest children’s hospitals in the country, providing care across more than 75 pediatric specialties.