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Kids of Steele present check to UA Steele Children's Research Center

Check presentation to UA Steele Children’s Research Center. (Source: Kids of Steele) Check presentation to UA Steele Children’s Research Center. (Source: Kids of Steele)
Check presentation to UA Steele Children’s Research Center. (Source: Kids of Steele) Check presentation to UA Steele Children’s Research Center. (Source: Kids of Steele)
Check presentation to UA Steele Children’s Research Center. (Source: Kids of Steele) Check presentation to UA Steele Children’s Research Center. (Source: Kids of Steele)
TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

Kids of Steele recently presented a check for $110,000 to UA Steele Children's Research Center.

Fayez Ghishan, MD, Director, UA Steele Children's Research Center & Physician-in-Chief, Banner Children’s at Diamond Children's Medical Center, accepted the check, according to a recent release. 

The money was raised in 2015 via a Team Up event in April 2015, with UA Football head coach Rich Rodriguez; a miniature golf tournament in October and various other fundraising events.  

For more information on UA Steele Children's Research Center.

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