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Jayken’s Heart: 22 Years Later
Jayken is a flourishing college student with plans for the future, thanks to a lifesaving heart transplant at Phoenix Children's.
The Gift of Time
Hannah’s battle with cancer has been a long one. Along the way, she’s braved multiple relapses. Watch to learn about an innovative cellular treatment taking aim at relapse in leukemia patients like Hannah.
Nash poses for a photo on top of a rock climbing wall.
Nash: I Am Strong, Brave and Kind
Every day was normal for Nash until malignant tumors formed on his liver.
A Mountain Mover
Get a glimpse into a day in Christian’s life as this 14-year-old continues to heal from injuries sustained in a dirt bike accident.
Pushing Through the Pain
Madison is only 11 years old, but living with several complex medical conditions has given her a unique outlook on overcoming adversity.
Oliver’s Mind
One courageous 12-year-old opens up about his mental health challenges in the hopes of reaching others who may be struggling.
The Power of a Mother’s Love
As Amy prepares to celebrate Mother’s Day with her baby daughter, this first-time mom reflects on what it’s like to care for a child with a life-threatening medical condition.
Ellie sits at her kitchen table after her family sang the "Happy Birthday" song to her. Her cake is in front of her.
A Life Worth Celebrating
Ellie has a rare metabolic disorder called PKU, which severely limits what she can eat—but it hasn’t stopped her from seeing the beauty in all things.
Joey with Sarah
Joey’s Unique Genetic Journey
Joey is a happy, thriving infant thanks to early intervention at Phoenix Children's for his rare genetic bone disorder.
Noelle
Noelle: The Heart of Her Family
Thanks to Phoenix Children's, Noelle is a thriving 3-year-old whose heart beats to the healing tune of her family's love.
Paul Travis
How 4-Year-Old Paul Travis Inspires Hope
Paul Travis is a fearless and resilient 4-year-old who is a role model to his classmates and inspires hope among everyone he meets.

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A nurse administers chemotherapy to a child.Text change 1: Ellie is a budding fashionista, an aspiring equestrian, and an avid dancer and gymnast. She also has a rare metabolic disorder, but she doesn’t let it define her.

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Text Change 2: As we celebrate Phoenix Children’s 40th anniversary this year, we’re also looking to the next 40 years and beyond. Read the 2022 annual report to find out where we’re going and how we’re growing.

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Text Change 3: In February, Desert Financial Foundation, Credit Union and employees donated more than $1 million to support Phoenix Children’s 1 Darn Cool School—and they also had a surprise for a former patient.

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Text Change 4: In February, Desert Financial Foundation, Credit Union and employees donated more than $1 million to support Phoenix Children’s 1 Darn Cool School—and they also had a surprise for a former patient.

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Oliver’s Mind: May is Mental Health Awareness Month, and one courageous 12-year-old is opening up about his mental health challenges in the hopes of reaching others who are struggling.

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Mother Amy smiling at the camera, holding her baby, Drew.The Power of a Mother’s Love: As she prepares to celebrate Mother’s Day with her baby daughter, a first-time mom reflects on what it’s like to care for a child with a life-threatening medical condition.

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Introducing Our 2023 Patient Ambassadors: Meet the eight patients who are serving as Phoenix Children’s ambassadors this year: Joey, Sutton, Joy, Nash, SJ, Chase, Elilai and CC.

Ellie sits at her kitchen table after her family sang the "Happy Birthday" song to her. Her cake is in front of her.A Life Worth Celebrating: Ellie is a budding fashionista, an aspiring equestrian, and an avid dancer and gymnast. She also has a rare metabolic disorder, but she doesn’t let it define her.

Looking to the Future: As we celebrate Phoenix Children’s 40th anniversary this year, we’re also looking to the next 40 years and beyond. Read the 2022 annual report to find out where we’re going and how we’re growing.

The Gift of Knowledge: In February, Desert Financial Foundation, Credit Union and employees donated more than $1 million to support Phoenix Children’s 1 Darn Cool School—and they also had a surprise for a former patient.