Covenant Kids Gala to Bring Elegance on October 7, Raising Money for Hospital Equipment

Covenant HealthCare Foundation will host the second Gala for Covenant Kids on Friday, October 7, 2022. This elegant black-tie affair will feature the showband, Persuasion and the Backstreet Horns, performing a vast musical selection, a unique four-course meal, festivities and fellowship all while raising money for state-of-the-art equipment for our region’s pediatric patients in the Covenant Emergency Care Center.

For decades, families in the Great Lakes Bay Region and beyond have relied on Covenant HealthCare to provide extraordinary newborn and pediatric care. Covenant HealthCare is a Verified Level II Pediatric Trauma Center designated to provide lifesaving care for children in our region. The second annual Covenant Kids Gala will support the purchase of a state-of-the-art C-Arm imaging machine for the Covenant Emergency Care Center. This equipment will provide real-time bedside x-rays for pediatric patients with urgent medical needs.

Tickets for this fundraising event are $200 per person, $1,600 for a table of eight. For more information about supporting this amazing effort, contact Aimee Minard at or 989.583.7602.

About Covenant Kids

From moms-to-be to babies to great-grandfathers, Covenant HealthCare delivers extraordinary care across generations and across specialties in Michigan’s Great Lakes Bay Region. Covenant Kids is a fund managed by Covenant HealthCare Foundation. Monies in this fund are dedicated to enhancing the care for all Covenant kids, which includes any Covenant patient under the age of 18 and their families. Since 2010, Covenant Kids has raised more than $1 million to support pediatric needs of the Great Lakes Bay Region and beyond.

Covenant HealthCare is the regional leader in providing extraordinary health care services to children:

  • ACS Verified Pediatric Trauma Center, one of only six in Michigan verified to care for the whole family in an emergency.
  • Community-based urgent care through MedExpress. Extensive clinical programs for children (diabetes, rehabilitation, cardiology, and more).
  • Level III Regional Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (RNICU) offering the highest level of critical care for infants.
  • Regional Pediatric Intensive Care Unit (PICU) serving mid-Michigan and the northern lower Michigan region for critically ill infants and children through the age of 17.

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