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Drive for Miracles Radiothon



Because of you, we raised $182,497 in just two days. Over the past 16 years, Radiothon has raised a total $3,862,157 for OSF Children's Hospital!

All of this, because of you. On behalf of the children and families we serve, THANK YOU for making 2017 Drive for Miracles Radiothon a true success. Better, brighter health care futures are being made possible thanks to your heartfelt generosity and support. Funds raised from the event are being used to enhance the programs, services, and medical care offered to patients and families at OSF HealthCare Children’s Hospital of Illinois.


Thank You to Our 2017 Sponsors! 

93.3 The Drive

Bob Lindsay Acura

Bob Lindsay Honda

Brown Foundation

Cafeteria Alternatives

COUNTRY Financial

Member's Choice Credit Union

REMAX Trader's Unlimited

State Farm Insurance


OSF Children's Hospital Saves Young Teen's Life

It was just like any other day. We were at an uncle’s house for a cookout for Mother’s Day. Our twin girls, Khloe and Zoey, were having fun and left on an ATV with friends. I got a call shortly after that there had been an accident down the road. My brother and I hopped in the car. When we pulled up, I saw Khloe laying in the ditch and Zoey holding her sister’s neck straight, keeping her airway open. I used to be an EMT, so I’d always told the girls what to do if they came upon an accident. My brother said I let out a horrible scream. I honestly thought Khloe was dead. I saw her lying there and I thought she was gone. I was afraid to get closer. But, I also knew I was the only one who could help her if she was alive. Zoey was in shock and hurt herself. I sent her away so she wouldn’t see everything. I did a sternal rub on Khloe and she responded, so I started assessing her injuries. I knew she had a traumatic brain injury because there was spinal fluid coming out of her eyes, nose and ears. I also found broken bones in her face and she was bleeding. I knew it was bad. Life flight was called in and Khloe was flown to Children’s Hospital. I made the difficult decision to go with Zoey in an ambulance to another hospital. I just kept thinking I needed to be there for her. I didn’t know if Khloe was going to live. I had to make sure one of girls was okay. My husband drove to Peoria to be with Khloe.

-Jamy, mom

To read more of Khloe's story, visit osf12days.org

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