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Students at three Vermont colleges have recently committed to raising funds and awareness for The University of Vermont Children’s Hospital. They planned for a 12 hour event called Dance Marathon on their respective college campuses, celebrating and dancing for all of the children cared for at UVM Children's Hospital.

The giving of a senior class gift is a philanthropic tradition at most colleges and universities, including The University of Vermont. This year, the Student Alumni Association at UVM has decided to change things up a bit: Instead of giving a bench or another physical gift, students have chosen five organizations to receive philanthropic donations.

Big Change Roundup for Kids, the largest fundraiser each year for the UVM Children’s Hospital - and a joint project with 98.9 WOKO-FM - raised $307,913.31 to support specialized care for pediatric patients. With support from key sponsors, Maplefields, New England Federal Credit Union, Walmart and Pete’s RV Center, along with many local businesses, community groups and hundreds of volunteers the annuals event surpassed last year’s tally of $268,000.

Chris Carpenter, four of his siblings, and his mother were all born at The Mary Fletcher Hospital, the predecessor to The University of Vermont Medical Center. That's one reason that Chris and his siblings made a gift to the Mother-Baby Project in honor of their parents, John and Connie Carpenter.

Delshon works hard to not let Cystic Fibrosis slow him down. The UVM Children's Hospital has been there every step of the way.

Laurence H. Coffin, MD Honored Posthumously with $100,000 Endowment at The University of Vermont Medical Center to Fund Research, Education

Elizabethtown Community Hospital Receives 2014 Press Ganey Guardian of Excellence Award for Second Consecutive Year

The UVM Health Network Board of Directors voted yesterday to enter into a formal affiliation with Alice Hyde Medical Center and expand its network to include a total of five hospitals in Northern New York and Vermont.

Read how Courtney Bilings was treated at The University of Vermont Medical Center for cystic fibrosis.

Read about how Victoria Reed , of Alburgh, VT, was treated at The University of Vermont Medical Center for a bilateral cleft lip and palate.

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