The Lynn Saligman League Pin

The Lynn Saligman League Pin In 1956, 12 year old Lynn Saligman died in a house fire. Her death left a hole in the hearts of her friends who decided to honor her memory by raising funds for The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia. Little did anyone know that young girls could actually do this. Through the years, Lynn's friends became a constant presence at the hospital, volunteering and hosting patient parties and bake sales. Ultimately, we would be known as the Lynn Saligman League, as we took on major fundraising responsibilities. To date, well over $1,000,000 has been raised to help strengthen the hospital's excellent core programs and fuel ground breaking research. For 50 years, the name Lynn Saligman has stood for a passionate commitment to the patients of Children's Hospital.

Our pin, based on our group's logo, symbolizes her spirit. The red bead helps to fill the hole in our hearts as it represents the love and unwavering dedication we continue to have for sick and injured children. Our deepest gratitude goes to those whose purchase of this pin will help us to further our cause.

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