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Volunteer for Miracle Marathon

Be a part of the miracle

The Miracle Marathon has raised more than $22 million for Children's Hospital of Wisconsin. Your remarkable contributions help our doctors, nurses and other providers give kids the best care.

We need your help!

The Miracle Marathon spans two days, taking over the lobby of our West Tower and generating a lot of excitement in the hospital. Families and children tell their stories of hope, courage and healing all day long, and the community support pours in over the phones. We rely on the generous volunteers who help take those calls — local celebrities, hospital staff and many people like you who want to help make this critical fundraiser a success for the children. Each year, about 200 people help take phone calls.

Share your family's story

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

Join the Miracle Club

What is Miracle Club? The Miracle Marathon lasts for two days each year, but you can make your commitment to kids last longer by joining the Miracle Club, making a monthly donation to Children's Hospital of Wisconsin. Learn more about Miracle Club membership.

For information on Miracle Club membership, contact Elisabeth Thomsen at (414) 266-6344.

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Thank You Volunteers!
Each year, generous volunteers answer phones in the Miracle Marathon phone bank. Learn more about how you can become a Miracle Club Member, and what that support means to the kids and families served by Children's Hospital of Wisconsin. 


Why Volunteer?
"I started volunteering as a way to give back to our community — and helping kids is a 'no brainer'. The more I became involved, the more I learned how truly fortunate we are to have this hospital in our own backyard. This past year, my daughter was diagnosed with Type 1 Diabetes, which makes supporting Miracle Marathon even more personal."
— Carver Smith


Why Volunteer?

"I volunteer because Children’s Hospital saved my life, and by volunteering I now have the opportunity to help raise money to save the lives of others." — Sage Thomas