When you think of childrens' health in Arizona, the first thing that often comes to mind is Phoenix Children's Hospital (PCH). With 70+ pediatric subspecialities and more than 11 facilities around the Valley of the Sun, they have grown to become one of the largest children's hospitals in the country and we're proud to support them.
Through November 1 we're teaming up with PCH to help raise money for their Hope Fund. The Hope Fund helps launch critical new programs, purchase essential equipment, conduct cutting-edge research, provide charitable care and much more to Valley youth.
(Pictured above: MAD Greens CEO Darden Coors, Phoenix Children's Hospital Senior Vice President and Chief Development Officer Steve Schnall and MAD Greens Co-Founder Marley Hodgson have some fun raising money for PCH during the MAD Greens 7th Ave. & McDowell Free Salad Day.)
Here's how it works: Until November 1, $1 from every Arizona-inspired F.LW. salad sold at all MAD Greens Arizona locations will be donated to the fund.
Supporting healthy lifestyles and the well-being of local youth has always been near and dear to our hearts, so teaming up with Phoenix Childrens Hospital and raising money for their Hope Fund is a perfect fit for us because were both working to improve the health of our community," says MAD Greens Co-Founder and Chief Strategy Officer Marley Hodgson. "Were thankful that were able to support PCH in their efforts to conduct cutting-age research and provide charitable care to thousands of Arizona children.
Pictured: Offered exclusively in Arizona, The F.L.W. (Frank Lloyd Wright) seasonal salad is brimming with baby greens (locally grown from Duncan Family Farms), MAD Spice pecans, radishes, figs, cotija cheese, slow-roasted chicken and tossed with a house-made Tabasco Prickly Pear Vinaigrette.
One hundred percent of all funds raised during our recent Free Salad Day grand opening parties at our new Phoenix and Scottsdale locations were also donated to PCH in support of the Hope Fund.
Pictured: Tina, a MAD Greens 7th Ave. & McDowell team member shows her PCH pride during the recent Phoenix Free Salad Day.
We are excited to partner with MAD Greens as they open new locations in the Valley, says Steve Schnall, Phoenix Children's Hospital Senior Vice President and Chief Development Officer. We share a commitment to improving the health of our community, and it's due to the support of partners like MAD Greens that the Hospital is able to offer the latest treatments, technology and innovative programs to children throughout the state.