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Remembering a Leader
World-renowned pathologist Dr. Megan Dishop is remembered as an extraordinary clinician, colleague and friend.
Opening the Door to a Better Tomorrow
Michael DeSoto draws on his experience as a Phoenix Children's parent and a business executive to help fight childhood cancer.
Phoenix Children's President and CEO Robert L. Meyer
A Legacy of Generosity
Phoenix Children’s President and CEO Robert L. Meyer shares why he and his wife, Diane, have chosen to make a legacy gift to the hospital.
Jerry sits on a bright orange sofa in his backyard.
Deep Roots & Generous Spirit
Lifelong Phoenix resident Jerry Lewkowitz helped set up Phoenix Children's for success.
Nurse Burna poses for the camera.
Caring from the Beginning
Phoenix Children’s has been caring for Arizona children for four decades—and Berna Yancey has been there since the start.
Chris Koch poses in front of an orange background at his office.
The Power of Good Corporate Citizenship
Chris Koch and Carlisle Companies are committed to improving mental health for Arizona children.
Young Hope Maker: Asher
Meet Phoenix Children’s Young Hope Makers
Follow us as we shine the spotlight on young philanthropists in the Valley who are finding unique ways to fundraise and support kids’ health.
One Family Answers the Call
A generous gift from Susan and Phil Hagenah and their family will help bring mental health care to Arizona children.
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5 Questions: More Than a Job
Child Life Specialist Brittany Brown shares how she balances the ups and downs of her job, what she does in her free time, and who inspires her.
A close up of Dr. Winograd posing for a photo. He is softly smiling and looking directly at the camera
A Founding Physician Gives Back
Dr. Herbert Winograd's commitment to Phoenix Children's shows no sign of stopping.
Ginger and Don sit on their couch at their home in Phoenix and pose for a photo
A Lasting Impact
Don and Ginger Brandt want their support of Phoenix Children's to inspire others to invest in its future.

More from the May 2023 Newsletter

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.