Join Team RVC: CHaD HERO on October 14

Run, Walk, Donate, Win: Support CHaD with RVC

Last year, we participated in the CHaD HERO with our first ever Team RVC. We had 89 participants and raised $27,425 for CHaD. It was one of the most fun and wonderful experiences and we can’t wait for this year! Our 2018 goal is to raise $30,000 for CHaD with 100 participants on our team.

2018 Team Efforts were EPIC

A huge thank you for the support and participation of fundraisers that joined or donated to Team RVC this year in support of The Children’s Hospital at Dartmouth. Our team was awarded one of the top team fundraisers for the second year in a row, with $24,937 (and counting) raised and 103 teammates!

If you were on our team and haven’t yet met your fundraising minimum, please complete your payment now. In years previous, you would be auto-charged your balance, but that is not the case the year. Thank you!

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Meet Jasper: A CHaD HERO

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Why CHaD Matters

100% of CHaD HERO proceeds are used to help CHaD Kids with critical services such as support when they are in pediatric intensive care and management of chronic illnesses, but also patient and family support services so important to the well-being of kids and their futures.

CHaD is anywhere kids receive care at Dartmouth-Hitchcock and all proceeds from the event support kids and families receiving care at any of CHaD’s 15 locations across NH and VT.

As New Hampshire’s only comprehensive, full-service children’s hospital, the Children’s Hospital at Dartmouth-Hitchcock (CHaD) provides an extended system of care that offers advanced pediatric services.

CHaD is recognized by the Children’s Hospital Association as a “children’s hospital within a hospital”. CHaD is one of more than 220 children’s hospitals in the United States providing care specifically focused on children. Learn more

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