You have reached your limit of free articles this month.

Enjoy unlimited access to myDaytonDailyNews.com

Starting at just 99¢ for 8 weeks.

GREAT REASONS TO SUBSCRIBE TODAY!

  • IN-DEPTH REPORTING
  • INTERACTIVE STORYTELLING
  • NEW TOPICS & COVERAGE
  • ePAPER
X

You have read of premium articles.

Get unlimited access to all of our breaking news, in-depth coverage and bonus content- exclusively for subscribers. Starting at just 99¢ for 8 weeks

X

Welcome to myDaytonDailyNews.com

This subscriber-only site gives you exclusive access to breaking news, in-depth coverage, exclusive interactives and bonus content.

You can read free articles of your choice a month that are only available on myDaytonDailyNews.com.

Real estate group offers $1M challenge for Children’s Hospital


A local real estate firm is challenging Dayton residents to stand up for pediatric patients.

The Connor Group announced its $1 million challenge grant to help build Dayton Children’s new patient tower. For every donation given during the Reaching New Heights campaign, the real estate group will match a dollar for dollar until the $1 million goal is reached.

“It’s important we continue to provide world-class spaces to care for our kids,” said Larry Connor, managing partner of The Connor Group.

The Connor Group Kids and Community Partnership’s donation will provide a special lounge for families with children being treated for cancer and blood disorders.

SOCIAL MEDIA: Follow this reporter for more business news.

As part of the Reaching News Heights capital campaign, the hospital aims to raise a minimum of $25 million for the $153 million transformation of the 155-bed facility. Most of the remaining amount of the $153 million total will be covered by hospital resources and financing.

In 2015, hospital officials turned to the community to help raise the final $4 million of a $25 million capital campaign to help pay for the patient-care tower expansion and renovation project underway at the Valley Street campus.

The project will include a newly designed newborn intensive care unit with single-family rooms, new life-saving technology, larger single-family rooms, and upgraded family amenities.

Officials said no donation is too small.


Reader Comments ...


Next Up in Local

SW Ohio winery scores double-gold medal in wine competition
SW Ohio winery scores double-gold medal in wine competition

A southwest Ohio winery has scored a relatively rare double-gold medal in the Finger Lakes International Wine Competition. Hanover Winery in Hanover Twp. in Butler County captured the prestigious hardware for its 2014 Cabernet Sauvignon. The wine, which sells for $36, was made from cabernet grapes grown in the Lodi, California area, and fermented and...
Emergency crews requested to injury crash in Dayton
Emergency crews requested to injury crash in Dayton

Emergency crews are responding to an injury crash on the entrance ramp to southbound I-75 at Stanley Avenue.  Originally reported as a pedestrian strike, dispatchers said two medics have been requested to the scene.  Initial reports indicate at least two people at the scene have suffered injuries.  We have a crew heading to the scene...
Deals near I-75 give West Carrollton hope for entertainment district
Deals near I-75 give West Carrollton hope for entertainment district

The city expects to close this week on a cornerstone property near Interstate 75, the third land deal for West Carrollton in its gateway corridor in recent months. Acquiring the Carrollton Plaza will give the city control of the largest chunk of about 19 acres targeted for redevelopment. City officials hope that lays a foundation for a revitalization...
Hamilton energy effort lowers bills, spares power
Hamilton energy effort lowers bills, spares power

The city now can wear smaller shoes, because Hamilton’s electric utility has reduced its “carbon footprint” over the past two years by more than 1.53 percent. In the first two years of a three-year contract with the Columbus-based Efficiency Smart organization, most Hamilton businesses and city government have clipped their annual...
Finns pay tribute to rock band Kiss
Finns pay tribute to rock band Kiss

Heavy metal fans in Finland decided to rock ’n’ roll all night and honor the band Kiss. >> Read more trending news Fans placed masks on four giant statues in the capital city of Helsinki to honor the hard-rock group, Yahoo reported. State-owned railway operator VR invited four fans of the band to paint black-and-white Kiss masks...
More Stories