Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta exceeds fund-raising goal
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, January 31, 2008
Children's Healthcare of Atlanta is announcing today that it has raised $294 million in its five-year campaign to pay for the largest healthcare facility expansion and renovation ever in Georgia. When first envisioned, the campaign goal was $200 million. Then Children's agreed to take over responsibility for Grady Hospital's Hughes Spalding center, raising the goal to $230 million. That goal was raised again in July 2006 to $265 million.
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