KSU students help raise money for CHOA

- The new Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta Outpatient Care Center at Town Center in Kennesaw is a welcome addition to Cobb County. This state-of-the-art facility is there, in part, thanks to a student organization at Kennesaw State University called “KSU Miracle” and its President, Ryann Miller.

Miller, a busy Psychology major, heads the largest student philanthropy organization on KSU’s campus. Good Day Atlanta’s Alyse Eady spoke with Miller about her work.

“We raise money all year for Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta and at the end of the year we do a 12-hour dance marathon where we hang out with kids from the hospital, play games, and dance,” said Miller.  

KSU Miracle recently hosted their most successful fundraiser to date. The 12-hour dance marathon raised a record $330,000 to help Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta.

Thanks to the students of KSU Miracle, countless families will benefit from CHOA services close to home.

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