Caring for our most precious resources

Our Mission

The mission of the Log a Load For Kids Foundation program is to raise funds to improve children's health through treatment, education and research at Children's Miracle Network (CMN) Hospitals and other local children's hospitals.

Who Are We?

Log A Load for Kids is an annual campaign which began in 1988 when loggers and others in the forest products community donated the value of a load of logs to their local CMN hospital. Today, Log A Load is a leader in CMN Hospitals’ fundraising, raising more than $2 million annually through golf tournaments, fishing events, dinners, truck loads of log donations and other events.

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Latest from Log a Load For Kids

A Word from Log A Load Foundation Chair, Sherri Hansen

May 2, 2016

May 2016 I would like to thank all of our state Log A Load For Kids® sponsors and vendors and all of our dedicated volunteers for a great 2015 fundraising year.  Total raised in 2015 from 24 states supporting 64 Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals (CMN Hospitals) was $2.2 million dollars. We are thrilled with the…

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Log A Load For Kids Volunteers Raise $2,285,032 in 2015 for 61 Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals

May 3, 2016

Log A Load For Kids Volunteers Raise $2,285,032 in 2015 for 61 Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals   Grassroots Efforts Help Local Pediatric Patients Through Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals   Log A Load For Kids, a group of individuals and businesses in the logging and forestry industry, raised $2,285,032 in 2015 for 61 Children’s Miracle Network…

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Arkansas’ Nancy Loomis and Patsy Thornton: Log A Load’s 2016 Volunteer Champions

May 2, 2016

        Release:  January 28, 2016  Washington, DC –   The Log A Load For Kids Foundation today named Nancy Loomis of Clearwater Paper Corporation and Patsy Thornton of Potlatch Corporation as their 2016 Volunteer Champions.   Log A Load’s chair, Sherri Hansen, made the announcement on January 26, thanking the joint-award winners “for their…

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