Mac Watson visits children at PCH for KTAR’s Give-A-Thon

Sep 25, 2013, 2:39 AM | Updated: Sep 26, 2013, 3:37 pm

During the 2013 KTAR Give-A-Thon benefiting Phoenix Children’s Hospital Mac Watson delivered a wagon full of teddy bears to the children in their rooms. Mac visited the 7th floor, which is the oncology floor.

Listeners can donate bears to the children by becoming Monthly Miracle Makers.

Call 602.933.4567 or GiveathonforPCH.com.

You’re sure to be inspired by our patients’ stories of courage, hope and strength.

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