The National Bobblehead Hall of Fame and Museum has donated the first $100,000 from its sale of Dr. Fauci bobbleheads to the AHA 100 Million Mask Challenge’s Protect the Heroes fund, created to provide critical resources for frontline hospital caregivers. The funds were raised in less than a week as people from all 50 states and over a dozen countries purchased the bobblehead. “The response to AHA’s the 100 Million Mask Challenge has been truly inspiring,” said Michelle Hood, AHA executive vice president and chief operating officer. “We’re pleased to now be able to offer a way for people to donate funds directly to the hospital of their choice to support our health caregivers on the front lines of COVID-19.”

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