Dutch Bros. Coffee Donates to CMN for Super Sam’s Campaign
This Friday, May 16, Dutch Bros. Coffee of Yakima is donating the day's proceeds to Children’s Miracle Network in honor of Super Sam. In addition, 92.9 The Bull will be broadcasting from Dutch Bros., 6520 W. Nob Hill Blvd., from 6 a.m. to 9 a.m. with "Super Sam."
Sam, known as “Super Sam” was diagnosed before birth with a form of
skeletal dysplasia. He was helped as an infant by the Yakima Valley Memorial Hospital’s Neonatal Intensive Care Unit, supported by Children’s Miracle Network.
Now five-years old he is a fun, active boy who, wants to make sure that other children have access to the same care that he had.
To encourage participation, in addition to supporting Children’s Miracle Network,
everyone who buys a large drink on Friday will receive a loyalty card filled with nine
of the 10 required stamps, so they can enjoy any free drink from Dutch Bros. on a future visit.
“We are really excited to support Children’s Miracle Network and Yakima Valley Memorial Hospital,” said Dutch Bros. Yakima manager Bethany Hashek. “Super Sam has inspired us to pay it forward.”
Yakima Valley Memorial Hospital is home to central Washington’s only perinatal center. The hospital also has a trauma center, neonatal ICU, family birthplace and
pediatrics unit. It is an incredibly important resource for children and families in central Washington.
"Dutch Bros. cares deeply about the families in our community,” said Micah "Cefus"
Cawley, a morning host at 92.9 The Bull. “Their support on our drive for Super Sam is a huge boost to our campaign.”