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Storm announces seventh annual toy drive presented by Denali AI and supported by Aetna benefiting Seattle Children’s hospital

Campaign will run through the first half of September with special addition of a Doppler stuffed toy 

SEATTLE — The Seattle Storm announced its seventh annual Toy Drive presented by Denali Advanced Integration and supported by Aetna, a CVS Health company, benefiting Seattle Children’s Hospital. Between September 1 and 15, fans will have the chance to donate toys or make financial contributions towards kids undergoing medical treatment via the official campaign page. An Amazon wish list with items needed by the hospital is available on the same website. 

Founded and run initially by a group of philanthropist women over 100 years ago, Seattle Children’s Hospital is in the forefront of medical research, working to cure childhood disease and improve outcomes for children all over the world. The organization specializes in meeting the unique physical, emotional, and developmental needs of children from infancy through young adulthood, by the outstanding work of its physicians in nearly 60 pediatric subspecialties.

“The Toy Drive has become a staple in the Storm organization and our fans look forward to it every year. It is wonderful to partner with Denali and Aetna in our collective efforts to provide toys for kids being treated by Seattle Children’s,” said Alisha Valavanis, Storm President and CEO. “The chance to gift children toys and hopefully bring them some extra happiness and joy to what makes this event so special.