Love's Travel Stops & Country Stores Working to Change Kids’ Health: August 31-October 3

Love's Travel Stops & Country Stores Working to Change Kids’ Health

Love's Travel Stops & Country Stores, the nation's industry-leading travel stop network, is raising money for Children's Miracle Network Hospitals throughout the country. The campaign begins August 31 and runs through Oct. 3 at every Love's location. In Central Florida, Love’s Travel Stops in Ormond Beach supports Orlando Health Arnold Palmer Hospital for Children.

"Now more than ever, it's important for us to help sick and injured kids in the communities where we live and work because of the impacts of COVID-19," said Jenny Love Meyer, chief culture officer and executive vice president of Love's. "We are honored to continue our partnership with Children's Miracle Network Hospitals because we know the impacts of their life-saving work."

Since July 14, Love's has raised funds by asking customers to Round Up the Change to support CMN Hospitals and to help with the national coin shortage. Customers can continue to Round Up the Change to the nearest dollar or can donate any amount at the register by letting a team member know. 

Love's will show additional support for CMN Hospitals on Sept. 29 for National Coffee Day. Customers can purchase any sized coffee for $1 with all proceeds going to CMN Hospitals. Coffee purchases must be made through the Love's Connect app for the deal. And, for the first time, customers can reply to Love's social media posts on National Coffee Day with a photo of their Love's coffee, and Love's will donate an additional dollar to CMN Hospitals.

"With the ongoing support of caring partners like Love's and their generous customers and employees, our network of children's hospitals continues to provide high-quality, life-saving care that children need every day,”said Teri Nestel, interim president and CEO of Children's Miracle Network Hospitals. "Love's commitment to helping their local children's hospitals meet the urgent needs brought on by the pandemic, while also maintaining an exceptional standard of care has never been more needed or appreciated during these challenging times."