Children's Hospital Los Angeles to receive donations from Entrepreneur Ranya Batal, CEO of 'Today I Can Do Anything'

Top Quote 20 percent of all sales online go to support Children's Hospital Los Angeles. End Quote
  • (1888PressRelease) March 06, 2012 - Los Angeles Company - TODAY I CAN DO ANYTHING - plans to inspire everyone in America that you can do anything, which includes giving back to the community. Twenty three-year-old entrepreneur Ranya Batal, CEO, who was inspired by life coach Anthony "Tony" Robbins, said, "Today anyone can do anything, one good deed at a time."

    "We're donating 20 percent of all online sales, which includes our colorful T-shirts, cups, wrist bands, hats and other apparel to Children's Hospital Los Angeles," said CEO Ranya Batal, TODAY I CAN DO ANYTHING. "Children's Hospital Los Angeles is an international leader in pediatrics and adolescent health. Their dedication to treating children in an atmosphere of love has inspired me to help them."

    Batal adds that the phrase "TODAY I CAN DO ANYTHING" "reminds you that, you can do anything that you want in life. We're here to help you achieve your goal. We're determined to bring positive awareness and to help you go forward and do it," she said. "When you wear the products you're constantly reminding yourself that you can really do whatever you want to do, once you believe it, you can do it."

    Batal contends that once you achieve your goal, you should also motivate others in your life. "Go for it," she said, while neatly stacking cups, shirts, hats, tote bags and wristbands that bear the company name at her Hollywood store location (6801 Hollywood Blvd., Hollywood, CA 90028. All of the items can be purchased online at "Additionally to our commitment to donate 20 percent of all online Sales to Children's Hospital Los Angeles, we even have gift cards for $20, $50 and $100 dollars for all occasions," said Batal.

    "We are inspired by Ranya's entrepreneurial spirit and truly appreciate Today I Can Do Anything's generous philanthropic efforts that will benefit so many young patients who turn to Children's Hospital Los Angeles for their healthcare needs," said Claudia Looney, senior vice president, Development at Children's Hospital Los Angeles. For the full story visit:

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