Children's Miracle Network Hospitals

A highlight of each Regional Conference is the opportunity to show our support for the four Children's Miracle Network Hospitals in Michigan.


Silent Auction Returns

We are excited to announce the return of the Silent Auction benefitting CMNH at RC23! Offices, Associates, Sponsors, and Partners are encouraged to bring item donations, dropping them off Thursday afternoon or early Friday morning. Items that typically receive the highest bids include trips, unique experiences, out-of-the-ordinary RE/MAX branded items, and dazzling gift baskets. All funds raised will benefit our four local CMN hospitals. 


2023 Miracle Child

Born six weeks early, on June 14, 2015, Kingston Wilson spent 18 days in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit at Helen DeVos Children’s Hospital. Within a few months, Kingston’s development seemed to lag and he was often hospitalized for illnesses like pneumonia.

Just shy of his two-year birthday, Kingston was diagnosed with spinal muscular atrophy, a genetic disorder that causes progressive weakness of the muscles involved in crawling, walking, swallowing, and even breathing.

With the care he receives at Helen DeVos Children’s Hospital, Kingston has made remarkable progress since his diagnosis. Medicine has helped to replace spinal motor neurons that help with muscle activity. Physical therapy helps him to learn how to improve his motor functions. This progress means a better quality of life for Kingston, which includes increased independence, more time to play with his sister, and more fun exploring his interests.

“Kingston goes through all this and he is a champ,” says his mom, Savannah Nanninga-Jensen. “He is always laughing. He’s always smiling. He just wins over hearts.”

Thanks to support from Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals, Kingston is able to utilize the services of Child and Family Life during his 6-8-hour hospital visits while he receives IV infusions every 28 days to help make his muscles stronger and larger. He enjoys playing BINGO, participating in WIZKids through the hospital school program and playing video games during his treatment.