Get Ready for the 12th Annual ABC15 Telethon benefiting Phoenix Children's

Tune in to the 12th annual ABC15 Telethon benefiting Phoenix Children’s on Wednesday, April 10, 2024, from 6 a.m. to 10:35 p.m. Throughout the day, ABC15 and Sonoran Living will air impactful patient and hospital stories that will inspire you. 

Every day, sick and injured kids in Arizona and beyond visit Phoenix Children’s for critical lifesaving medical care. With the support of our generous community, we can provide hope, healing and the best family-centered care for children and families in need.

Become a Hero for Hope

Because we know these stories will inspire, we encourage you to become a Hero for Hope with a monthly donation of $20, or a one-time gift of $240. With your donation, a Phoenix Children's patient will receive a superhero sidekick in your name!

All funds raised during the ABC15 Telethon benefit the Hope Fund, which empowers us to quickly address emerging health care challenges and seize opportunities to enhance patient care. Donations to the Hope Fund are invested in: 

  • State-of-the-art equipment and technology  
  • Cutting-edge research and clinical trials  
  • Innovative clinical programs  
  • Family-centered services    

Here’s how to tune in: 

Media Partners

Phoenix Children's Sponsors

How to Become a Sponsor for ABC15 Telethon

Become a sponsor to partner with ABC15, Arizona 61 and Phoenix Children's for this special media event. Your company and our employees will have the satisfaction of taking part in this fun and rewarding event while providing critical support to Phoenix Children’s patients and their families. 

Additionally, the ABC15 Telethon is an ideal opportunity to recognize your company for your support of Phoenix Children’s to a large audience, while aligning your community brand with Phoenix Children’s and ABC15’s strong media presence.

Phoenix Children’s is Arizona’s only children’s hospital that is ranked in U.S. News & World Report’s Best Children’s Hospitals. As one of the largest children’s hospitals in the nation, we provide world-class inpatient, outpatient, trauma, emergency and urgent care to children and families in Arizona and throughout the Southwest.

ABC15 viewers, online users and sponsors play a vital role in this mission. This year's Telethon had a record number of partners who joined forces with ABC15 to raise much needed funds for Phoenix Children’s. Sponsors either give an out-right gift or host a cause marketing campaign leading up to the event and present their donation live on-air at Telethon.

To find out how you and your company can get involved in the ABC15 Telethon, contact us via the form below.

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