Homers For Health raises more than $500,000 in second year

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(KTVI)-Every time the St. Louis Cardinals hit a homerun it is not only good for the team but also for the young patients at SSM Cardinal Glennon Children’s Medical Center. Co-chaired by Matt Holliday, David Freese and Allen Craig, the Homers for Health program continues to have great success. Fans make a pledge for every home run hit by a Cardinals player at any time during the regular season. All pledges support the mission at Cardinal Glennon.

In just its second year, Homers For Health raised over $500,000 for projects and facilities at Cardinal Glennon.  The hospital has been able to build a new playground and a state of the art radiology suite with the proceeds.

Website: Homers For Health

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