CVS Caremark and All Kids Can

I recently received the following email via the contact form:

I thought you may be interested in learning that CVS Caremark launched a Facebook page for its philanthropic program All Kids Can, a five-year, $25 million commitment aimed at making life easier for children with disabilities. We hope you will check it out at

The page is a place for families that have been impacted by disability and will serve as a community for other families, teachers and experts alike to share stories, pictures or articles and have meaningful conversations related to helping children of all abilities to learn, play and succeed in life. We’ll also be posting insights from experts, news, and videos on the latest innovations benefiting kids of all shapes, sizes and abilities.

If you’d like to join the discussion, we encourage you to visit our page and “Like” us. We know you have many passionate readers, and we hope you share the link with them or on your blog.



Readers of this post from the United States will no doubt be familiar with CVS Caremark. But for the rest of us a little background may be neccesary.

CVS Caremark offers a combination of health care services enabling the provision of end-to-end solutions that impact everything from pharmacy plan design to the ultimate delivery of products and services to customers. Its capabilities include clinical and health management programs, specialty pharmacy expertise, leadership in retail clinics, customer service excellence. More than four million customers visit CVS/pharmacy stores every day.

All Kids Can, is a program of the CVS Caremark Charitable Trust and CVS Caremark. It is a five-year, $25 million commitment to support children with disabilities. The goals of All Kids Can are to support children with disabilities by raising awareness in schools and in local communities about the importance of inclusion, creating greater opportunities for physical activity and play, and providing access to medical rehabilitation and related services. CVS Caremark and its more than 211,000 employees help children with disabilities learn, play and succeed through partnerships with leading local and national nonprofit organizations.

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