Mr. Cupcakes raises funds for Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals

May 17, 2013 by  

Fundraising events will be held this month at all New Jersey locations of Mr. Cupcakes, including Clifton, Chatham, Oradell, and Hackensack.

Johnny Manganiotis has been raising funds for the Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals since 2009, helping the organization to raise awareness and funding for 170 hospitals for children, right across the U.S. The man known as Mr. Cupcakes will host a Balloon Campaign at each of the locations to support the Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals.

Also in May, Mr. Cupcakes will host another event to raise money, “Cupcakes for Kids”. On that day, for every cupcake sold, a donation of 50 cents will be presented to the Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals’ organization.

Tomorrow, May 18, Mr. Cupcakes will be taking part in the Children’s Specialized Hospital’s Walk n’ Roll held in Piscataway. The event is expected to attract more than 2,000 members of the community to take part and raise $185,000, which will be used to fund the expansion of the outpatient center of the Children’s Specialized Hospital.

The hospital provides treatment for around 20,000 children in New Jersey each year. In addition to offering rehabilitation to children who have special needs, the hospitals also treat those with other life changing illnesses, like spinal cord injury, brain injury, autism, and developmental delays. The stationery printing services of local print companies may be required by the organization to promote details of treatments offered, and Mr. Cupcakes may also use the printing services of a local print company.