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Handyman Ace Hardware supports Dayton Children's

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David Grimes, owner and operator of nine Handyman Ace Hardware Stores in the Greater Dayton Area presented a check for $55,980.67 to Dayton Children’s Hospital.   Throughout 2018,  stores raised funds...

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Millions of Rounds Ups = Millions for the Kids

Ace Hardware customers “rounded up” more than 3 million times and donated more than $1.5 million to Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals. More than 1,100 Ace Hardware stores asked customers to...

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Ace is the Place Where Giving Back Means Keeping it Local

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During the holiday season, Hometown Ace Hardware, Roy’s Ace Hardware and Oak Creek Ace Hardware raised funds and awareness for local kids treated at Virginia Mason Memorial and Children’s Village...

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Since becoming a Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals partner in 1991, Ace Hardware has raised more than $100 million for local Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals across the country. This success stems from the creative fundraising efforts of the Ace Hardware Foundation and the generous contributions of Ace retailers, customers, vendor partners and team members.

Participating Ace retailers support their local Children’s Miracle Network Hospital each year through many national programs including Round Up For Kids, Ace Bucket Days, the World’s Finest Chocolate Candy Program and more to raise funds locally. In addition, many Ace Retailers and Ace Retail Support Centers host regional fundraising events each year ranging from 5K’s to golf outings to barbeque events, and employee sales.

The Ace Hardware Foundation also hosts several major fundraising events each year with the support of its vendor partners. Their three annual premier events are the Ace Hardware Foundation Vendor Golf Outing, the Ace Shootout – a Celebrity Golf event in Hawaii, and the Robbie Gould Celebrity Golf Invitational Presented by Ace Hardware.

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Thirty-six cents of each dollar given to CMN Hospitals provides charitable care for kids who don’t have any or enough insurance, including kids like Shonalisa who has needed several surgeries and a stay in the neonatal ICU at her children’s hospital. Medicaid only covers a portion of these treatments and your dollar helps with the rest.


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