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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 funds the pediatric research center which helps save and improve the lives of our children, from birth through adolescence. When you give to research, you're providing hope. You're helping fund the breakthroughs. You're making science in the lab become a reality in the hospital.
How to Give
At Cleveland Clinic Children’s, we believe that every one of us has the power to make a difference — and that’s why we're rising to the challenge. Our goal is to raise $1 million in 2016 to support research into finding new diagnosis and treatment options for young children.
Give Local to Cleveland Clinic Children’s in any of the following ways:
- Get your Company or Organization Involved
- Host a Fundraising Event
- Volunteer at Children’s
- Support a Cleveland Clinic Children’s Event or Campaign
- Make a Contribution
Cleveland Clinic Children’s hosts two annual fundraising events, both of which raise critical funds to support priority projects and needs throughout the hospital:
We have many exciting events for you and your families to participate in to support Cleveland Clinic Children’s and we hope you join in the fun. Visit our Upcoming Events Website to find a fundraiser in your area.
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.
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Make an impact on the young patients at Cleveland Clinic Children’s.
Your gift to Cleveland Clinic Children’s will help transform healthcare for the young patients in our communities and across the world.