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Philanthropy Matters – Kate Migneron

Kate Migneron is the leader of a team of gift officers at Children’s Mercy who present potential donors with options that will lead to a positive impact on the lives of patients and their families. She is a lifelong resident of Our Town who is excited to see the growth of the Children’s Research Institute at Children’s Mercy. “I believe everyone should have access to affordable, inclusive and state-of-the-art medical care,” Kate said. “This goal is possible in Kansas City with an incredible collection of clinicians, researchers, and teachers from different institutions collaborating to change the way we practice healing.”

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Kate Migneron, director, philanthropic giving, Children’s Mercy

 

Jennifer MaGee, Mark Haas, Kate Migneron, and Sheila Montgomery, all of Children’s Mercy; at Ronald McDonald House Charities of Kansas City

 

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