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Support Cleveland Clinic Children's

Give Now, Become Part of Our Family of Generous Supporters.

At Cleveland Clinic Children’s, everything we do is about providing world-class healthcare to young patients and their families when they need it most. As a donor, you have the power to give the gift of the best care to children who come to us.

We use your gifts wisely. Whether large or small, monetary or in-kind, part of your estate plan or the proceeds of your fundraiser, each gift goes towards providing the best pediatric care possible, funding priority programs, and maintaining the facilities that, for a while, become a home away from home.

We have recently launched Children’s Giving Network -- a community of Cleveland Clinic Children’s most passionate supporters that use their time, talent and resources to "Give Children a Chance" to get back to normal life. In joining, you are supporting the mission of providing the best possible healthcare, hope, and healing to our young patients and their families.

Get involved at Cleveland Clinic Children’s in any of the following ways:

Contact Sue Wittek at witteks@ccf.org or childrensfundraising@ccf.org or 216.445.1455 to learn more.

Cleveland Clinic Children’s hosts two annual fundraising events, both of which raise critical funds to support priority projects and needs throughout the hospital:

Investments from corporations, foundations and community partners play an important role in ensuring the high standard of care at Cleveland Clinic Children’s. Philanthropic corporate and foundation support enables Cleveland Clinic Children’s physicians to employ the latest technology and innovative treatments to provide world class care for our youngest patients. This exceptional care brings hope to children and their families.

Contact childrensfundraising@ccf.org for more information.

Make a gift today and make a direct and meaningful impact on the young patients at Cleveland Clinic Children’s.