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    Giant Eagle Foundation Commits $1 Million to Pittsburgh Children’s Hospital

    In recognition of the $1 million commitment to Pittsburgh Children’s Hospital’s capital campaign by the Giant Eagle Foundation has made, the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center-owned hospital will name a suite of libraries, lounges, a family business center and other parts of the hospital’s sixth floor the Giant Eagle Foundation Family Support Center.

    In recognition of the $1 million commitment to Pittsburgh Children’s Hospital’s capital campaign by the Giant Eagle Foundation has made, the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center-owned hospital will name a suite of libraries, lounges, a family business center and other parts of the hospital’s sixth floor the Giant Eagle Foundation Family Support Center. As part of the 20,000-square-foot Elsa M. and Alma E. Mueller Family Resource Center, the area also includes the Howard Hanna Healing Garden, the Eat’n Park Atrium and Austin’s Playroom.

    Children’s Hospital Foundation launched the public phase of its $100 million capital campaign a year ago, and has so far received commitments of nearly $65 million.

    Pittsburgh-based Giant Eagle Inc. operates 163 corporate and 58 independently owned and operated supermarkets and 153 fuel and convenience stores throughout western Pennsylvania, Ohio, north central West Virginia and Maryland.

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