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Kerrigan's Korner

Kerrigan's Korners provide patients and their family members access to electronics during hospital stays. They serve as a source of entertainment, a portal for communication and a diversion during treatment and recovery.

June 2015 - The first Kerrigan’s Korner was launched in the in-patient wings of Children’s National Medical Center. The Kerrigan’s Korner was dedicated to Blitz for the Better Board Member, the late Wayne Curry.

March 2016 - Kerrigan unveiled his second Kerrigan’s Korner at Inova Children’s Hospital. The Kerrigan's Korner was made possible by the generous support of Client Solutions Architect’s, WashingtonFirst Bank and Northwestern Mutual.

May 2016 - Kerrigan unveiled his third Kerrigan’s Korner, sponsored by The Menkiti Group and Keller Williams Capital Properties, at The HSC Pediatric Center.

November 2016 - Kerrigan unveiled his fourth fourth Kerrigan’s Korner, sponsored by the Morrissette Family Foundation, at MedStar Georgetown University Hospital.

April 2017 - Kerrigan opened his fifth Kerrigan's Korner, a physical and occupational therapy room, at Children's National Medical Center.

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Ryan's Reindeer Rush

Ryan's Reindeer Rush is a holiday program designed for children who might need some extra holiday cheer. Every year since 2014, Ryan has visited pediatric units in a DC area hospitals to deliver items to children and around the Holiday season.

In 2015, the program expanded to include a holiday party at Redskins Park and a holiday meal giveaway.


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Positive IMPACT

To be launched in early 2017, Positive IMPACT will provide financial assistance to families in need with severely and chronically ill children as well as those with special needs. Positive IMPACT will serve as a financial hand-up to allow families to strengthen their abilities to care for themselves, enhance their stability and security and improve their quality of life. Applications will only be available through approved children’s hospitals and pre-approved non-profit community organizations.