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CVS Caremark Presents $25,000 Check to Boston Children’s Hospital

Seven-year Old Boston Children’s Patient Throws First Pitch at Fenway Park


September, 2010 – BOSTON, MA -- Kyler, a 7-year old Boston Children’s Hospital patient, joined the CVS Caremark festivities in throwing out the first pitch at the Boston Red Sox game at Fenway Park in one of the season's final games.

Kyle assisted CVS Caremark in presenting a $25,000 check to Dr. Brian Snyder, Center Director of the Functional Mobility Project in the Cerebral Palsy Clinic at Boston Children’s Hospital. In partnership with the Boston Red Sox, the CVS Saves program contributes to Boston Children's for every save recorded by the Red Sox bullpen at Fenway Park and every home game that goes into extra innings to help severely disabled children.

Corporate philanthropy to Boston Children’s is a fantastic way to leverage your charitable giving to help hundreds of thousands of families around the world.
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