Arizona Cardinals' Patrick Peterson visits kids at Phoenix Children's Hospital

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PHOENIX (3TV/CBS 5) -

Patrick Peterson of the Arizona Cardinals visited children at the Phoenix Children's Hospital Monday afternoon in celebration of a donation made by Raising Cane's restaurant to the Patrick Peterson Foundation.

The foundation provides children in need with opportunities and resources they might not otherwise have access to.

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Raising Cane's restaurant held a Dollar Donation Drive between Oct. 30 and Nov. 12 and raised $69,325 for the organization.

Peterson and the Raising Cane's crew came together at Phoenix Children's Hospital to hand out books, toys and a chicken tender lunch to the children.

Peterson's mobile unit also delivered toys to supply the hospital's playrooms and Holiday Toy Land.

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