KTAR News & Arizona’s Sports Station Give-A-Thon
Here’s How You Can Help
Tune in to our 21st annual KTAR News 92.3 FM and 98.7 FM Arizona’s Sports Station Give-A-Thon, presented by Valley Hyundai Dealers, August 16-20. Become a Champion of Hope with a monthly gift of $20 and we will deliver a cuddly teddy bear to a patient in your name. Call 602-933-4567 August 16-20 or donate online today.
We Need You Now More Than Ever
COVID-19 has forced many of us to slow down in our daily lives, but one area remains constant and urgent — the need to treat the children in our community. Phoenix Children’s Hospital is OPEN and committed to serving our community throughout this global pandemic because the reality is: KIDS CAN’T WAIT for a cure, for the curve to flatten or for an economic boost to get the life-saving care they need. Become a Champion of Hope by making a monthly gift of $20 or a one-time gift of $240 and a cuddly teddy bear will be given to a Phoenix Children’s patient in your name.
Become a Sponsor
Become a sponsor to partner with KTAR News 92.3 FM and 98.7 FM Arizona’s Sports Station FM and Phoenix Children’s Hospital for this special media event. Your company and employees will have the satisfaction of taking part in this fun and rewarding event, while providing much-needed support to PCH families. Learn more about our wonderful sponsors and sponsorship opportunities.
Meet Our Patients
Quinn was just 7 days old when she first had surgery on her heart; she had her second surgery in April. Her family was nervous about the heightened risk of COVID-19, but thankfully, Quinn’s parents trusted the protocols and precautions at Phoenix Children’s Hospital, and after a successful open heart surgery, she’s now at home recovering with her loved ones.
When Henry was just 2.5, he underwent a complex surgery for a large brain aneurysm. During surgery, his aneurysm fully ruptured and he suffered a major brain hemorrhage, causing a stroke. After being in a medically induced coma and spending 4 weeks in the PICU, Henry began rehabilitation where he relearned how to stand, walk, talk an eat. He’s now 4 and getting stronger every day.
Lucy was only 4 weeks old when she underwent her first open-heart surgery because of a genetic condition. She spent 120 days in the hospital experiencing ups and downs in the aftermath. With the support of “Lucy Lovers” – a group of family, friends and her expert team – Lucy was wrapped in love and hope and became strong enough to return home.