Santa could never forget the kids at Phoenix Children’s Hospital. Last week he made one of his many visits to our kids with his magic mailbox. Stacks and stacks of letters to Santa were left in his magic mailbox for delivery to the elves in the North Pole. Obviously Santa wanted to share some of the letters with us before whisking off in his sled.
Gael, 9 years old, simply wanted to “say hi to Rudolph and the elves.”
Sharleen, 6 years old, is hoping for a Barbie of course…and a dinosaur brother!
Adryelle, 8 years old, has had a really “sweet” year and is looking for some new soccer gear.
Cheyanne, 11 years old, has dreams of being a DJ, but most importantly is filled with love for Santa.
Nicholas, 13 years old, helps remind us that kids at PCH want something different from Santa. This year, Nicholas would like to feel better for Christmas.
We would like to thank our remarkably supportive community for helping to make the holidays as special as possible for our kids. Your donations and volunteer time allows for Phoenix Children’s Hospital to not only add some fun to their holiday season, but your ongoing support helps children like Nicholas get their Christmas wish.
New parents often catch themselves standing at their infant’s crib just watching their little one sleep. But parents of babies needing neonatal intensive care don’t get that luxury. Until now.
Last month, we were faced with an important problem here at Phoenix Children’s Hospital. Several of the Radio Flyer wagons that we use to transport young patients around the Hospital had gone missing and needed to be replaced. These wagons provide invaluable comfort to little ones who are already dealing with a lot while in an unfamiliar environment.
When we started our Indiegogo campaign to raise funds to replace some missing wagons, we had no idea how quickly and generously people would respond. Within 12 hours of starting the campaign we had met our goal of $1500! We are totally blown away by your support!