Children’s National Health System | December 5, 2016

Children’s National: Helping Kids Grow Up Stronger

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Children's NationalAs the nation’s children’s hospital, Children’s National Health System serves the D.C. region, the nation, and the world by caring for critically and chronically ill children. We aim to excel in clinical care, advocacy, research, and education. We provide a quality healthcare experience for our patients and their families and lead in the creation of innovative solutions to pediatric health challenges.

At Children’s National, we don’t just want kids to grow up—we want them to grow up stronger.

That means making treatments less invasive, more successful, and easier on patients, so they get back to being kids faster. It means treating illnesses and injuries with the highest level of care today, while researching the innovative treatments of tomorrow.

Innovation is at the heart of everything we do. We constantly seek new ways to advance medicine for children and connect research and clinical care to develop and apply new therapies that save and improve the lives of children.

The specialists at Children’s National are experts in caring for kids. We understand that care goes beyond just treatment—it means making our facilities a place for healing, learning, and play.

With your support, the experts of Children’s National can develop therapies, find cures, and improve children’s health in our community, across the nation, and around the world. Join us helping to make sure kids grow up stronger.

$25 – Helps purchase three meal tickets (e.g. breakfast, lunch, and dinner) for a parent who cannot afford to eat in the cafeteria while staying with a child in the hospital.

$50 – Supplies books of all reading levels for our patients and families to read.

$100 – Provides paints, paper, brushes, markers, and other art supplies for our patients to use in our hospital’s art therapy program,

$150 – Subsidizes a night of free housing at Dr. Bear’s Den, a fully-furnished apartment for patient families who travel to Washington, D.C. to provide their children the care we provide.

Our thanks to Children’s National for sharing their mission and impact with us.  You can learn more about their work at To support their efforts, please donate to Children’s National through your company’s workplace giving program (CFC#65105 if you’re a military or federal employee participating in the Combined Federal Campaign). 

If your company would like to start a workplace giving program to support nonprofits like Children’s National, click here. We have a portfolio of solutions designed to help large and small organizations give back to the causes they care about.

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