July 8, 2024, Lehi, Utah

Intermountain Primary Children’s Hospital Larry H. & Gail Miller Family Campus and Tagg-N-Go Car Wash will host a “Christmas in July” themed toy drive and fundraiser from July 8 to 13, 2024.

All donations will go directly to Intermountain Primary Children’s Hospital Larry H. & Gail Miller Family Campus in Lehi that opened on 2100 North in Lehi, Utah earlier this year.

Tagg-N-Go Car Wash is located across the street from the new state-of-the art children's hospital.

Tagg-N-Go Lehi

“My son was diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes back in March,” said Quinn Allgood, Co-Founder of Tagg-N-Go Car Wash. “Since his diagnosis, we have worked with phenomenal doctors at Primary Children’s. Several other employees at Tagg-N-Go have children who have experienced similar positive experiences with Primary Children’s. We are so lucky to have them as neighbors, and look forward to continuing our partnership with their remarkable team in the future.”

Best friends, Connor Atkin and Quinn Allgood, Co-founders of Tagg-N-Go Car Wash

During the week of July 8 to 13, 2024, Tagg-N-Go invites members of the community to bring donation to the Lehi Tagg-N-Go site. A free car wash at the Lehi Tagg-N-Go will be given to each donor in thanks for the donation.

The Miller Campus’s most needed items are the following:

  • Crayons/Colored Pencils
  • Markers
  • Stuffed Animals (Small to Medium size)
  • Play-Doh
  • Coloring Books/Teen Coloring Books
  • Card Games (ie: Uno/Go Fish/Skip Bo/Phase 10)
  • Board Games (ie: Candyland/Connect Four/Guess Who)
  • Bubbles
  • Legos
  • Hot Wheels Cars

During the holiday season, children’s hospitals are inundated with toy donations. However, once the summer rolls around, the donations start running out. Tagg-N-Go aims to replenish the toy stock at the Lehi campus this summer. Help give back to the community by banding together to bring smiles and comfort to those who are undergoing treatment at Primary Children’s Hospital.

For more information on the event: https://taggngo.com/pch

Utah County is one of the fastest-growing counties in the nation. Nearly one-third of Primary's patients come from Utah County and South Salt Lake County. With this growth comes an urgent need for high-quality, comprehensive pediatric care.

The Miller Family Campus is part of Intermountain's Primary Promise to build the nation's model health system for the growing pediatric population of the Utah County-South Salt Lake County region, a.k.a "Silicon Slopes."

Primary Promise is a multi-faceted plan and investment of at least $600 million in children's health, shared by Intermountain Health and community philanthropic support, including a $50 million gift from Gail Miller and the Miller family and generous gifts from local entrepreneurs and investors.

February 12, 2024, opening day of the Primary Children's Hospital, Miller Family Campus in Lehi. Caregivers gathered in front of the hospital to greet their first patients

The 38-acre, five-story, 66-bed, 486,000-square-foot Miller Family Campus, which opened on February 12, 2024 to new patients, is the first comprehensive children's hospital in Utah County. It will offer nearly all of the same world-class specialty pediatric services patients receive at the Salt Lake City Primary Children's campus.

Hospital services will include:

•Inpatient behavioral health unit with comprehensive behavioral health services
•The state's first pediatric crisis center
•19-bay emergency department and trauma services, including in-room x-rays
•Neonatal intensive care (NICU) surgical services
•Pediatric intensive care (ICU) services
•Acute medical and surgical care services
•6 operating suites
•9 infusion rooms, including chemotherapy
•Advanced imaging
•Pediatric subspecialties and diagnostics

To donate to the hospital, click here: https://give.primarychildrenshospital.org/team/589207

For more information about Primary Children’s Lehi Miller Campus, click here.

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