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C.S. Mott Children’s Hospital

Based in our hometown, C.S. Mott Children’s Hospital is a pediatric hospital through the University of Michigan Health System in Ann Arbor, Michigan. Behind the doors of C.S. Mott Children’s Hospital there exist teams of people who change children’s lives in extraordinary ways. The hospital is consistently ranked as one of the top pediatric centers in the country.


Our Programs at C.S. Mott Children’s Hospital

(Last Updated: October 16th, 2015)
Current number of GO Karts deployed: 2
Special projects: Delivered three hundred Xbox 360 consoles, piloting “Player 2” program, and piloting “Gamer Academy” progam.
Does this hospital have an interest in receiving more GO Karts: Yes


Donors who have supported this hospital:

Gamers Outreach
Donor: Gamers Outreach December 14th, 2009

What we provided:
Our very first GO Kart!

How we did it:
We worked closely with the hospital’s staff to identify specific ways we could help address the need for bedside activities in the hospital. After hosting a couple fundraising events, we built our first GO Kart!


Gamers Outreach
Donor: Gamers Outreach December 22nd, 2014

What we provided:
More than three hundred Xbox 360s for Mott Children’s Hospital

How we did it:
We helped facilitate the acquisition of Xbox 360s that have been installed in nearly every patient room of the hospital, saving Mott thousands of dollars. How did we do it? Lots of phone calls.


Alex
Donor: Alex April 15th, 2015

What he provided:
A brand new, updated GO Kart for Mott’s infusion clinic!

How he did it:
Alex was a patient at Mott who frequently played on the GO Kart we delivered to the hospital in 2009. He saw how much it helped patients in the hospital, and collected donations while he was hospitalized, eventually saving up for a GO Kart!