PCH 50 Raises Much Needed Support for The Hope Fund; a critical source of funding for the areas of greatest need at Phoenix Children’s. The Hope Fund allows PCH to respond to these needs, immediately. There are many times when time is of the essence.
Founded in 2015, WINGS is a group of 48 women—all grandmothers—who raise funds and awareness for Phoenix Children’s. Together, they’ve raised hundreds of thousands of dollars to support projects such as a 3D cardiac imaging lab, an intensive care room in the Center for Cancer and Blood Disorders (CCBD) and a first-of-its-kind Medtronic neurosurgery robots.
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 led by Phoenix Children’s physicians and researchers. By becoming a member of Innovation Circle, you’re making a difference not only for Phoenix Children’s patients and their families, but for future generations of children who will benefit from the medical breakthroughs pioneered here.
40/40 is a select group of professionals dedicated to advancing the mission of Phoenix Children’s Hospital through community engagement and philanthropy. They meet the first Tuesday of each month at 5:45pm.
Grateful Family Program
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.
PCH Teen Board
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. Members learn the importance of volunteer work and develop leadership and teamwork skills.
Create A Group
Our giving groups are dedicated groups of like-minded people joining together around a shared passion for ensuring the health of children. It’s parents, grandparents, friends, classmates, professionals and more generating funds and awareness for Phoenix Children’s Hospital and the patients we serve.