TCU Dance Marathon Raises Huge Amount for Cook Children’s Medical Center

One of the greatest things about living in Fort Worth these last 40 years and in Texas going on 50 is how wonderful people are here. OK, I wasn’t born here but I got here as fast as I could!

So it was a pleasure to stumble upon the fifth annual Dance Marathon on Saturday morning when I was going to a spin class at the TCU Recreation Center.

Over 500 students and supporters of the Cook Children’s Medical Center stayed on their feet for 12 hours, often dancing, to raise money for this nationally ranked hospital. They raised $131,723.60, a huge amount of money. And the national Children’s Miracle Network has raised an incredible $250 million since it was founded. Congratulations to everyone who spent the last year preparing for this event.

I was happy to make a contribution and support the participants. I know that many children who are injured after being in a car accident get world-class medical treatment at Cook Children’s. And my wife and I remember how amazing their staff was from when our daughter was treated there.

If you would like to donate to this fantastic cause, please click here.

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