Help Children’s Stay Strong

Children’s Hospital & Medical Center’s mission is to improve the lives of children—and no pandemic changes that. Founded in the midst of the polio epidemic, Children’s has been serving children of the region and beyond for more than 70 years.

COVID-19 has not impacted our strong commitment to children and families. However, it has created enormous challenges in our ability to fund important mission-critical services. We remain ever faithful to our founding principal that no child be turned away for an inability to pay.

Thanks to donor support, Children’s has lived up to the challenge since 1948. But to continue to fulfill our promise to our community and region, we need your help. Please join us in the fight for the health of our region’s children.


Double Your Impact

$78,395 raised!

Thank you to all who contributed, helping us surpass our goal of $25,000.

Special thanks for our matching gift of $25,000 provided by


Help Children’s stay strong for:

 

 

Easton

“The staff at Children’s never let us feel like we’re alone.”

At a few months old, Easton went into stage 5 kidney failure. Thanks to a new kidney from his father, and a transplant at Children’s, Easton is thriving — whether it’s playing video games or showing off his scars.

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Dathin

“It’s important to give to Children’s. Children’s gave us our child.”

Dathin spent the first six months of his life at Children’s due to multiple health conditions, from spina bifida to a hole in his heart to no function below his shoulder blades. Today, he loves who he is, and he isn’t afraid to tell it to the world.

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Jeremiah

“If I didn’t bring him to Children’s, I would have lost him at home.”

After being diagnosed with an enlarged heart, Jeremiah spent 45 days in a coma. And at one and a half years old, he received a heart transplant. With a new heart, Jeremiah is full of energy, strong-willed, and loves life.

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