Derby For Kids 2018

On May 5, the Children’s Hospital of Michigan Foundation in Detroit held its second annual Derby For Kids at the Country Club of Detroit in Grosse Pointe Farms. More than 200 people enjoyed a cocktail reception, a strolling dinner, a live auction, and an afterglow while raising funds to fight pediatric cancer, including oncology treatment, research, and a cancer survivorship program.


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