Thank you for pledging your support!

The 18th annual Miracle Marathon took place May 21-22, 2015 and raised more than $1.3 million to help the kids and families served by Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin. We count on the generosity of 96.5 WKLH listeners and donors like you to give during the Miracle Marathon, helping ensure stories of hope and healing continue to unfold at Children's each day.

Thanks for helping kids!

Since its inception, Miracle Marathon has raised more than $22 million. Broadcast each year the Thursday and Friday before Memorial Day, the radiothon showcases the many patients, families, physicians and staff who contribute to our story, and make Children’s the number four-ranked pediatric hospital in the nation. Generous 96.5 WKLH listeners and donors throughout our community have helped to make our hospital one of the best places for kids. Your support is what makes this 36-hour radiothon Children's Hospital of Wisconsin's highest grossing fundraiser and the largest fundraiser of its kind per capita in all of North America. Thanks for tuning in and thanks for giving!

From all of us at Children's Hospital of Wisconsin, thanks for your support!

Thank you to our sponsors


Sponsor the Miracle Marathon

By sponsoring the Marathon, your company will receive significant visibility in our community by aligning yourself with the mission of Children's Hospital. Your investment varies based on your level of sponsorship. 

Volunteer for the Miracle Marathon

Community support pours in over the radiothon phones. We rely on the generous volunteers who help take those calls —people who want to help make this critical fundraiser a success for the children. To feel more connected to our mission, why not invite your employees to contribute their time by volunteering in our phone bank during the two-day radiothon? It’s a wonderful way to boost team spirit and morale, and sometimes qualifies for company wellness initiative points.

Share your story

Would your child like to be on the radio, telling his or her Children's story?