Primedia passes on helping hand club. (FYI News & Notes).The agricultural magazine division of Primedia Business Magazines & Media has turned over the administration of a 73-year-old charitable foundation to Children's Hospitals This is a list of children's hospitals. See also Pediatric Care. International
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See : Bravery , Minn., who will continue to use the fund to support farm families in the upper Midwest The Upper Midwest is a region of the United States with no universally agreed-upon boundary, but it almost always lies within the US Census Bureau's definition of the Midwest and includes the states of Minnesota and Wisconsin, as well as at least the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. . The Farmer magazine set up Primedia's Helping Hand Club in 1928 to help disadvantaged This article or section may contain original research or unverified claims.
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This article has been tagged since September 2007. farm families pay for their children's medical costs. During its existence, the club has helped the parents of more than 700 children with the burdening costs of medical care--relieving some of the stress and hardship felt by farm families who were often uninsured. The fund is being turned over to Children's Hospitals with more than $375,000. It will continue to benefit farm families to help pay for health care costs through the Children's Hospitals.