At SSM Health Cardinal Glennon Children's Hospital, miracles - both big and small - happen every day. This has never been more true than with John Smith, a young man who fell through the ice and was without a pulse for nearly an hour. His miraculous story is one of inspiration and now a major motion picture, Breakthrough.
Miracles like John's are made possible through your generous support. When the hospital's doors opened in 1956, a promise was made to the community that any child in need of care would be welcomed, whether their parents could afford to pay for care or not.
That promise still holds true today. From bee stings and sprained ankles, to major open-heart surgery, more than 200,000 children each year benefit from the commitment of hundreds of doctors, nurses and caregivers who are dedicated to making sick children well.
This Glennon Sunday, be part of making miracles possible and read more about John's miraculous recovery here.