PCH 50
PCH 50
Supporting Phoenix Children's Hope Fund, PCH 50, a group of 50 community leaders, facilitates vital funding for the hospital's most urgent needs through signature fundraising events, including Off the Record and PCH 50 Pickleball Championships.
When In Need Grandmas Serve (WINGS)
Founded in 2015, WINGS is a group of 48 women—all grandmothers—who raise substantial funds for Phoenix Children's, supporting initiatives like a 3D cardiac imaging lab, a specialized intensive care room, neurosurgery robots and more.
Elilai poses for a photo in Phoenix Children's lobby on Thomas street
Heroes Circle
Every year, thousands of families with critically ill and injured children come to Phoenix Children’s seeking hope and healing. Through the support of our generous Heroes Circle members, we can provide the lifesaving care these children so urgently need.
Innovation Circle
Innovation Circle is a giving group whose members jointly invest in innovative, high-impact projects that have the potential to transform pediatric medicine, allowing Phoenix Children's best and brightest minds to turn their visionary ideas into reality.
Grateful Family Program
For some families, moving forward involves giving back. Phoenix Children’s Grateful Family Program allows patient families to find continued healing by supporting the hospital in a variety of ways.
Phoenix Children's Foundation Teen Council
Teen Council offers a fun and unique opportunity for teens to contribute to their community.
The Phoenix Children’s Foundation Teen Council empowers teens to support their community through advocacy, awareness and fundraising efforts for Phoenix Children’s, fostering valuable skills in leadership, teamwork and volunteering.
Create A Group
Our giving groups unite individuals driven by a shared commitment to children's health, spanning parents, grandparents, friends, classmates and professionals, all working to generate funds and awareness for Phoenix Children’s.