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 Matched.
A team of heroes is stronger than one fighting alone. Our generous partners will match your gift—essentially doubling 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.
Heroes don’t get to choose their villains
Meet Our Heroes
Sadie, a patient of Phoenix Children’s since she was just 1 day old, lives with half a heart and has undergone heart surgery. Her mother’s wish for Sadie is that she gets to live a long healthy life and not let her heart hold her back. Sadie loves being outdoors, swimming, swinging, playing in the sandbox and jumping on the trampoline. Her mom says she gives the best hugs.
When Jovani was born, he was immediately rushed to the NICU where he was diagnosed with Eagle-Barrett Syndrome, already in Stage 3 kidney failure, and requiring a kidney transplant. His family toured Phoenix Children’s before moving from New York to Arizona because they knew how important it would be to have world-class care for Jovani. He enjoys superheroes and video games.
Gracie had her first open-heart surgery when she was only 5 days old and a heart transplant at 3 months old. When she was 4 years old, she suffered a stroke and lost most of the ability to use the right side of her body. She now wears a brace on her right leg to help her walk. Gracie’s parents say she’s a brave warrior and she inspires her family each day.