Find a Giving Group
You can join an already-established group, or form your own, depending on where you live or a specific area of interest. Groups can range in size from 3 to 3,000 (it’s up to you) with the singular goal being to work on projects and events that benefit Phoenix Children’s.
We are grateful to our Heroes Circle members who generously give $1,000 or more each year. You may not wear a cape, but you do change lives every day.
Emerging Leaders is a select group of professionals dedicated to advancing the mission of Phoenix Children’s Hospital through community engagement and philanthropy.
Leadership Circle is a group of vested friends supporting innovation and initiatives that improve patient care and outcomes at Phoenix Children’s Hospital.
When a child’s family experiences extraordinary care at Phoenix Children’s, there is often a final step in their healing journey: the expression of gratitude. The Grateful Family Program at Phoenix Children’s helps families find continued healing by sharing their time, talent and treasure. By supporting PCH, families help sustain the mission for future generations.
The Patient and Family Alumni Leadership (PALs) group is a philanthropic team of former patients (or family members of former patients) who give back to the Hospital with the goal of enriching the environment and experience for patients and families.
The Phoenix Children's Hospital Foundation Teen Board offers a fun and unique opportunity for teens to contribute to their community. The Teen Board advocates for others, creates community awareness, and fundraises for Phoenix Children's Hospital.
We are quite simply WINGS, When In Need Grandmas Serve. As the Women’s Board for Phoenix Children’s Hospital Foundation we are Grandmas who believe good health is an important gift and are committed to supporting Phoenix Children’s Hospital in all efforts to treat its young and vulnerable population with world class care.
Heart Effect advocates for children with congenital heart defects by educating communities and funding programs and research for Phoenix Children’s Heart Center and Cardiac 3D Print Lab.
The IBD Parent Working Group exists to improve outcomes of kids and families living with IBD through collaboration, advocacy, fundraising, mentorship and education in support of the IBD clinic at Phoenix Children's Hospital.
PCH50, also known as “The Fifty”, has a mission to harness the energy, enthusiasm and experience of 50 driven community leaders as the next generation supporters of Phoenix Children’s Hospital through financial fundraising, volunteer efforts and awareness building.
Innovators in Neurosciences for Kids (INK) is an exclusive group focused on providing the seed money to Phoenix Children's Hospital's Neuroscience Institute for proof of concept study to grow truly unique and successful clinical, research and education programs that will improve the health and quality of lives of children in our community and beyond.