Quick Quack Car Wash helping Sutter Children's Center
Quick Quack Car Wash is giving back to the community in a special way by offering free car washes to help raise money for pediatric patients at Sutter Children's Center, Sacramento.
On Wednesday, Sept, 26 from 7 a.m. - 7 p.m., Quick Quack Car Wash will give away a free Basic Car Wash ($5.99 value) for any donation made to the Donut Dash - a nonprofit which raises money for the Child Life Program at Sutter Medical Center, Sacramento. This one-day special event is available at all seven of Quick Quack's Sacramento area locations. Donations made will be used to support children and their families cope with their medical experience by providing normal childhood activities, promoting development, teaching children about their illness and treatments and supporting the family emotionally.
Sutter Children's Center is a comprehensive children's hospital inside Sutter Memorial Hospital in east Sacramento. It serves 7,000 children a year from 26 California counties and beyond, including Sacramento, Placer, Yolo, El Dorado, Solano, San Joaquin and Amador counties. Among its specialized pediatric services are an 80-bed, Level III neonatal intensive care unit, heart surgery, oncology, neurosurgery, orthopedics and clinics for epilepsy, childhood diabetes, cleft palates, obesity and many other diseases that affect children from birth to 18 years old.
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