On April 27, Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia got a new addition to their third floor South play area: a TouchTunes jukebox! Angelina’s Song, a foundation started by Lou and Nicole Miele in memory of their late daughter, donated the box while TouchTunes donated the music and waved the service fees.
“Our family spent a lot of time here with Angelina and we wanted to add something that all the kids could enjoy,” said her mom, Nicole.
The Mieles had the juke powder coated yellow to represent pediatric cancer and added the Angelina’s Song logo to the front where the bill acceptors used to be. As soon as the jukebox was installed, the music came on and everyone in the room began to smile and dance, they reported.
“It brings us so much joy to do this because music was so important to Angelina while she battled her cancer. Through this donation any sick child needing to spend time in this wing will have unlimited access to music,” said Lou Miele. To learn more about Angelina’s Song or to make a donation, visit angelinassong.com.