Send a stuffed animal to a kid at Norton Children’s Hospital this Valentine’s Day

This Valentine’s Day, you can purchase a SendAFriend package to be delivered to a patient at Norton Children’s Hospital under an expansion of the Norton Children’s Hospital Foundation’s partnership with SendAFriend.

People like you helped raise tens of thousands of dollars to support kids at Norton Children’s Hospital by sending stuffed animals through SendAFriend — an online store that ships fluffy friends with personalized messages.

This Valentine’s Day, you can purchase a SendAFriend package to be delivered to a patient at Norton Children’s Hospital under an expansion of Norton Children’s Hospital Foundation’s partnership with SendAFriend. The package will contain a stuffed animal with a special heart pillow.

You also can send a Valentine’s Day greeting for free through NortonChildrens.com/Valentine.

Both ways to show kids your support start on Feb. 1.

Stuffed animals purchased through this exclusive SendAFriend Valentine’s Day partnership will be delivered to patients at Norton Children’s Hospital at random on Feb. 12, along with the Valentine’s Day greeting cards. Purchasers of the SendAFriend packages will be able to choose which animal they would like to send. The animals offered match the animals pictured on the Valentine’s Day greeting cards!

In honor of American Heart Month in February, 10% of the proceeds from the purchases will be donated to the Norton Children’s Hospital Foundation in support of patients and staff at Norton Children’s Heart Institute, affiliated with the UofL School of Medicine.

How you can help

Send a Valentine’s Day greeting card and SendAFriend in support of our patients at Norton Children’s Hospital at

NortonChildrens.com/Valentine

Each month, the SendAFriend donates 10% of its total sales to pediatric hospitals around the country.

Norton Children’s Hospital received a SendAFriend donation of $63,180 from the company’s sales in October 2020 through the Norton Children’s Hospital Foundation. In addition to the financial donation, the company also donated 600 packages with stuffed animals to our patients in December 2020.

“We are so grateful for this generous donation,” said Lynnie Meyer, Ed.D., R.N., CFRE, senior vice president and chief development officer, Norton Healthcare. “Not only will the financial donation make a significant impact for the more than 185,000 patients that we serve each year, but the gift of stuffed animals to brighten our patients’ spirits over the holidays was so appreciated.”


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