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Every Dollar Counts

At Phoenix Children’s, we see a future in which we make premier pediatric care accessible to every child who needs it—and we need your help to get there. It costs nearly $2.7 million per day to operate Phoenix Children’s. All patients are accepted, and about 50 percent of patient families have little or no private medical insurance. The support of our community ensures that all children have access to world-class health care. And that makes all the difference for kids who are fighting for their lives.

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Your Donation Makes an Impact

Every gift to Phoenix Children’s, whatever the amount, makes a difference for the children and families in our care. Here are a few ways that donations from caring people like you help our patients and their families.
$7
Meal Voucher
$25
Gas Card for Families
$100
Red Wagon for Patient Transport
$500
Pediatric Wheelchair

Your Gift Today Provides Children Hope

Caring people like you make it possible for Phoenix Children’s to offer the very best medical specialists, cutting-edge technology, and family-centered care.

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Whether you lace up your sneakers for the PCH5K, hold a fundraiser for your birthday or start a corporate giving program at your company, there are many ways to support Phoenix Children’s.

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Hopes & Dreams

Inspiring stories of hope from the patients at Phoenix Children’s and the people who’ve joined this mission to save kids’ lives.
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