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Patients at Boston Children’s Hospital Collaborate with Saucony Sneaker and Apparel Designers

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Percentage of proceeds from Saucony’s Run For Good Children’s Program Boston Edition to benefit Boston Children’s Cardiac Fitness Program

BOSTON --News Direct-- Boston Children’s Hospital

Boston Children’s Hospital is once again working with global performance running lifestyle brand Saucony and its Run For Good Children's Program to raise funds for Boston Children’s Cardiac Fitness Program, an exercise program for kids with congenital heart conditions. This year Saucony designers worked with a number of children’s hospitals in North America including six Boston Children’s Hospital patients to design and create shoes and apparel that are available for purchase at Saucony’s website starting today. Twenty percent of every sale from the program’s collections will be donated to the Cardiac Fitness Program and three other hospitals, for a minimum donation of $200,000 collectively.

“There is so much confidence and strength to be gained from physical fitness, but due to their condition, many patients suffering from congenital heart conditions miss out,” said Naomi Gauthier, MD, Director of the Cardiac Fitness Program at Boston Children’s Hospital. “The Boston Children’s Cardiac Fitness Program safely supports these patients with training, not only for strengthening their bodies but also their minds to feel confident and capable. Saucony has been a wonderful partner in supporting our vision and helping our patients ‘Find Their Possible.’”

The six patient-artists selected by Boston Children’s Hospital to participate in the Saucony Run for Good Children’s Program are: Chauncy (14); Ela (12); Fiona (13); Ryan (10); Wyatt (13); and Jake (12). Each young patient inspired Saucony designers to create footwear and apparel that expressed their own personal stories. The limited-edition footwear collection will feature a range of performance and lifestyle sneakers, along with apparel including:


  • The Endorphin Speed inspired by Wyatt - $160 USD

  • The Freedom 4 inspired by Chauncy - $150 USD

  • The Jazz 81 inspired by Fiona - $100 USD

  • The Jazz Court inspired by Jake - $90 USD

  • The Kinvara 12 inspired by Ryan - $110 USD

  • The Ride 14 inspired by Ela - $130 USD


  • Stopwatch Singlet inspired by Wyatt - $28 USD

  • Rested Hoody inspired by Fiona - $75 USD

  • Stopwatch Short Sleeve inspired by Ryan - $32 USD

  • Outpace 3” Short inspired by Ela - $40 USD

  • Rested Short Sleeve inspired by Chauncy - $28 USD

  • Saucony Foam Trucker Hat inspired by Jake - $25 USD

The Saucony Run for Good Children’s Program is committed to supporting organizations that help improve the health and wellness of children to get them back up and running. In addition to Boston, this year’s collections are being created to support communities in Atlanta, Toronto, and New Orleans.

“Not only is Boston Children’s Hospital in our backyard, it is near and dear to many members of the Saucony family on a personal level. We serve Boston Children’s through this program because we know on a deeply personal level how they serve their patients. We are blessed to partner with such an amazing hospital.” – Shawn Hoy, Saucony’s Senior Vice President of Global Product and Innovation.

To learn more about the Run For Good Children’s Program visit: http://www.saucony.com/en/rfgchildrensprogram

About Boston Children's Hospital

Boston Children’s Hospital is ranked the #1 children’s hospital in the nation by U.S. News & World Report and is the primary pediatric teaching affiliate of Harvard Medical School. Home to the world’s largest research enterprise based at a pediatric medical center, its discoveries have benefited both children and adults since 1869. Today, 3,000 researchers and scientific staff, including 9 members of the National Academy of Sciences, 23 members of the National Academy of Medicine and 12 Howard Hughes Medical Investigators comprise Boston Children’s research community. Founded as a 20-bed hospital for children, Boston Children’s is now a 415-bed comprehensive center for pediatric and adolescent health care. For more, visit our Answers blog and follow us on social media @BostonChildrens, @BCH_Innovation, Facebook and YouTube.

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