GIANT Food Stores Donates More than Half a Million Dollars to Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia

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Giant check in opening With a gift of $570,000 from GIANT Food Stores, Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP) is pleased to name the first-floor welcome desk at CHOP’s Specialty Care & Surgery Center, King of Prussia, the “GIANT Check In-Desk.”

GIANT Food Stores’ $570,000 gift will enhance the patient and family experience at all three CHOP urgent care sites: King of Prussia, Brandywine, and Chalfont. Each center will be equipped with upgraded entertainment and educational technology and supplied with free, healthy snacks. The urgent care locations will also be able to implement other enhancements as needed.

“We are so thankful for GIANT’s continued commitment to our Hospital and our patient families,” said Madeline Bell, President and CEO of Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia. “CHOP aims to provide families with exactly what they need, at each moment in their medical journey. The GIANT donation will allow CHOP urgent care sites to expand their service offerings for patients, siblings and caregivers during unplanned medical visits.”

The GIANT Check-In Desk at the King of Prussia Specialty Care and Surgery Center will welcome 29,000 patients a year.

“We are thankful and fortunate to be included in the daily lives of our customers, and we hope this gift will bring hope, care and healing for children and families who have encountered difficult times,” said Nicholas Bertram, President, GIANT. “I want to thank all of our associates, customers, and vendors who have helped us over the years in support of Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia.”

The donation is part of GIANT Food Store’s 95th anniversary celebration.

Contact: Jennifer Lee, The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, 267-426-6084 or