Arkansas Children’s Hospital asks for community’s help to give valentines to sick kids

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JONESBORO, Ark. — You can help make a sick child feel loved this Valentine’s Day.

The Arkansas Children’s Hospital Foundation is trying to gather valentine wishes from the community to give to patients because they won’t be able to exchange cards with their friends and classmates, KAIT reported.

You can send a valentine wish on the ACH website. It’s free for you to do, but for each message sent, an anonymous donor will donate $1 to ACH’s statewide outreach and advocacy programs, up to $100,000.

The wishes will reach children who are patients at ACH in Little Rock and at its outpatient clinics in Jonesboro and Lowell.

Last year, ACH collected more than 100,000 wishes from across the country.

All valentines must be sent by Feb. 11.