LIVE at Hospice of Michigan Jumanji: The Next Level Premiere Party

One lucky audience in Traverse City got an exclusive screening to the brand new Jumanji movie which is not even released yet across the country.

It’s all to benefit Hospice of Michigan’s pediatric program.

Michelle took us there live from the pre-party at the Corner Lofts in Traverse City to see all the commotion.

Children who are suffering from a terminal illness have a very different set of needs than an adult and that’s why Hospice of Michigan is making it a priority to take great care of their smallest patients and their families.

Hospice of Michigan is typically serving 20 to 30 patients and families across the state through their pediatric program.

It’s designed for infants, children and young adults with a life expectancy of six months or less.

A heartbreaking job for sure, but one that gives those patients and their families as much life and support as they can, while they can.

On Dec. 9 in Traverse City, Hospice of Michigan hosted the first of its kind fundraiser all to provide the best care to the youngest patients, every single time.

Michelle spoke with one parent who has experienced the Hospice of Michigan first hand with his late daughter.

To learn more about their pediatric program, click here.

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