We understand there are rising concerns about coronavirus (COVID-19). We want to assure you that CHOC is taking precautions to protect the health and well-being of the community. One precautionary measure we have decided to take is to postpone all Foundation events and activities through April 30, 2020.
Below is a list of events that have been postponed or cancelled.
March 16, 2020 – Jack & Jill Tee it Up for CHOC
March 28, 2020 – Lamp Lighter & Squires – Cheers CHOC
March 27-28, 2020 – CHOC Follies
April 30, 2020 – Unidos Por CHOC
This was a difficult decision, but we believe it’s in the best interest of our family of supporters and the community at large. We will miss engaging with you, our wonderful partners, and sincerely appreciate your understanding. We will reschedule our beloved events when the time is right, and we will be thrilled to see all of you then.
CHOC leadership, including our internationally recognized infectious disease team, will continue to work with health and governmental agencies to ensure we continue to deliver high-quality care to the children and families who depend on us to be there for them.
The safety of our staff and community is our utmost priority. Thank you for your understanding and your continued support of our passionate defense of childhood.
For all inquiries related to these events, please contact email@example.com.
This article was last updated on March 16, 2020.
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