Use Your Superpowers.
Sometimes heroes need heroes. Here’s your chance to be one by donating to the Phoenix Children’s Hospital and helping kids fight their daily battles.
Your Gift Will Be Triple Matched.
A team of heroes is stronger than one fighting alone. Our generous partners will triple match your gift—essentially tripling every contribution you make. The more you can give, the more they’ll offer in return.
Your Donation Has Impact.
Every day, kids at Phoenix Children’s Hospital face villains in many forms with no choice but to fight them. This is your chance to team up against their adversities. By making a generous donation, you are being a hero to these kids, helping fund care, treatment and ground-breaking scientific research for a wide range of pediatric diseases.
It Allows Us To:
Recruit leading physicians and researchers
Lead innovative new clinical programs
Provide family centered care
THE ARIZONA CHARITABLE TAX CREDIT
Like any superpower, your ability to give is a gift. Your donation makes a life-saving impact on patients at Phoenix Children’s Hospital. And like a true hero’s selflessness, yours does not go unnoticed—your gift warrants a dollar-for-dollar tax credit on your Arizona state tax return-up to $400 for individuals and $800 for those filing jointly. (read Guide to the Arizona Charitable Tax Credit)
Heroes Don't Get To Choose Their Villains
Meet Our Heroes
Anthony’s belly laugh is “beyond contagious,” say his parents, Steve and Laura. They cherish every giggle from their family jokester after his unexpectedly scary start in life. Born with a heart defect, Anthony underwent a heart transplant at just 6 weeks old. Now 6 years old, Anthony works hard to do everything by himself and beams with pride at every accomplishment.
An avid golfer, 10-year-old Kayd once won a state championship for his age group. He also loves baseball, riding his bike and building with Legos. Since January 2021, however, Kayd has put all his energy into fighting a brain tumor, enduring brain surgery and months of radiation and chemotherapy. The tumor has not come back, and he looks forward to playing golf again soon.
Norah has been a Phoenix Children’s patient since before she was born. She was diagnosed with spina bifida, a condition in which the spine and spinal cord don’t develop properly, at 20 weeks. She underwent surgery in the womb to correct her spinal defect and was delivered at 37 weeks. Now that she is a year old, Norah is crawling, climbing stairs and smiling all day long!