CINCINNATI, Oh. - Cincinnati Children's hospital received an outpouring response after a viral tweet urged people to send digital love to its tiny patients for Valentine's Day.
The day of love is around the corner and to bring a little extra love to their patient's, Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center has asked people to fill out an online form where they can send a Valentines' Day greeting to a child staying at the facility.
And with help from Twitter user @JordanCaudill_ the message quickly spread throughout the internet. Jordan tweeted the following:
"The Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center has a program that allows anyone to fill out a form online to send a Valentine's Day greeting to a child staying at the hospital. The "cards" are then distributed to all of the patients in the hospital."
ATTENTION! If you go to Cincinnati Children's hospital website, you can send a Valentine to a child there for free! They are passed out evenly throughout the hospital! It will mean the world to all the babies who don't get to go to Valentine's parties or exchange Valentines.💓— jord ♡ (@JordanCaudill_) January 29, 2018
Since then the website has seen a " higher than normal volume of visitors" and they've had to clarify that upon sending a greeting, some users may get an error message. But they should not worry because the hospital will still get the love note.