Phoenix Children’s Events
Tune in to our annual KTAR News 92.3 FM and 98.7 FM Arizona’s Sports Station Give-A-Thon, presented by Valley Hyundai Dealers August. Don't miss the change to double your impact with matching opportunities throughout the week. Become a Champion of Hope with a monthly gift of $20 and a patient will receive a cuddly teddy bear in your name.Learn More
Join us in person or virtually as we walk, run and FUNdraise our way to the finish line, all for the kids, doctors, nurses and staff at Phoenix Children’s. Rally your team to come together in celebration of healthcare heroes and their tireless dedication to patients and families.
Big Dig For Kids is a one-of-a-kind fundraising event that promotes healing for Arizona’s children while also sparking curiosity and wonder for our construction community.
The Phoenix Children’s Hospital Golf Tournament will be held on Friday, November 19, 2021, at Troon North Golf Club. Presented by CBRE and MJ Insurance.
As the premier car show in Arizona, drawing an audience of more than 30,000 and well over 1,000 vehicles on display, Concours in the Hills revs-up each year, generating more attendees and critical funds for Phoenix Children’s Hospital than the last.
The Telemundo Arizona team will be broadcasting live from the hospital where they will share inspirational stories by our superhero kids and their families.
Calling all gamers to the stage. Extra Life Phoenix benefiting Phoenix Children's gives gamers the opportunity to play games for a good cause. Fundraise year-round and participate in different online gaming tournaments, all while supporting the world-class care provided at Phoenix Children's.
The Phoenix Entravision stations will broadcast the “Un Millión Para Los Niños” Radiothon August 2 - 4. Listeners will be invited to call-in and pledge their financial support for Phoenix Children’s Hospital.
The November 9th self-guided ride, starting at Phoenix Children’s Hospital, kicks off Bob’s Biker Blast. BBB is an all day celebration of the riding community culminating at the World’s Largest Harley-Davidson dealership in a performance by Darius Rucker.
One day, we hope childhood cancer has been defeated. Until then, all of us across the Valley can do what we do best – roll up our sleeves and work together for a common cause.
The PCH50 presents Off the Record, Live Stream November 7th, 2020 @ 7:00PM. While the PCH50 and community enjoy gathering with friends, family and PCH supporters, we are striving to achieve the some semblance of that feel virtually. So, this year’s event will be slightly different, but the unifying cause stays the same.
Ignite Hope has gone virtual. Shine your light and help raise much-needed funds to support our patients and families this holiday season.
Join us for Dine With Your Dog, where humans and their canine companions come together for a champagne brunch. Enjoy a morning out with your best pals, all while supporting the PetSmart Charities Paws Can Heal Animal-Assisted Therapy Program at Phoenix Children’s Hospital.
The Annual ABC15 Telethon benefiting Phoenix Children’s is hosted every April. Be sure to tune in as the team at ABC15 as well as CW61 Arizona will broadcast to bring you powerful patient stories and raise much needed funds for the Hope Fund. Become a Hero for Hope right now by making a $20 per month – or a one-time gift of $240 – and a soft, cuddly Superhero Sidekick will be given to a patient in the hospital in your name. Give now!
Witness the healing power of play in Power Play 2021. In this special film, Phoenix Children’s patients are transformed into superheroes with the help of student fashion designers from ASU’s School of Art in the Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts. As you watch their inspiring stories unfold, you’ll see the profound impact that play can have on the mental and emotional resilience of children facing serious health challenges.
Beach Ball, a one of a kind experience trading tuxedos and ball gowns for resort wear and haute couture, has been a vital source of funding for Phoenix Children's Hospital for more than two decades, having raised nearly $17 million to help patients and families - all while having a ball.