At Phoenix Children’s, generous investments make a significant impact on the caliber of care we deliver to our patients and families. 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.
A Heroic Proposal:
Opportunities to Invest in Phoenix Children's
You may not think of yourself as a hero, but supporting hope and healing at Phoenix Children’s sets you apart.
We value your partnership and ask that you consider four unique opportunities to support Phoenix Children’s as a member of Heroes Circle.
The programs below draw on the promise of new technologies and innovative treatments, delivered by world-class physicians and care teams. Please take a moment to learn more about these exciting initiatives, and make your annual investment in the program that is most meaningful to you.
Together, we’ll make a heroic difference in the health and well-being of children across the street, and around the globe.
It All Starts With Hope…
Phoenix Children’s, helping the Hospital provide the life changing care that has made us a national, and global, destination for children and their families facing the most threatening of illnesses and injuries.
State-of-the-(He)art Technology in 3-D
Imagine hearing the news that only half of your child’s heart is working properly. Now, imagine if you could actually see, and hold, a tiny replica of their heart so that you could better understand how doctors intended to fix the problem.
Barrow Neurological Institute at Phoenix Children's
Pioneering New Treatments within Barrow Neurological Institute at Phoenix Children’s
Dr. David Adelson and Dr. Angus Wilfong have together conquered new ground in the fight against epilepsy. These brilliant physicians at Barrow Neurological Institute at Phoenix Children’s are using cutting-edge techniques to cure epilepsy for many children.
Center for Cancer & Blood Disorders
Beating Cancer, One Round at a Time, at the Center for Cancer and Blood Disorders
Cancer doesn’t fight fair. So in order to give children battling cancer a fighting chance, we need to be able to deliver the best, most effective treatments for our patients whose cancers and tumors are inoperable.