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Holiday

Children who must spend their holidays in the hospital deserve a Reason to Believe —
in first steps, giggles, high fives and hugs.

Your generosity provides hope and healing to ill and injured children by funding exceptional, compassionate care and pediatric research that leads to new treatments and cures.

Give kids and their families a Reason to Believe this holiday season.

Give kids and their families a Reason to Believe this holiday season.

Children who must spend their holidays in the hospital deserve a Reason to Believe —
in first steps, giggles, high fives and hugs.

Your generosity provides hope and healing to ill and injured children by funding exceptional,
compassionate care and pediatric research that leads to new treatments and cures.

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Meet Our Patients

Victoria

Victoria was born three months early. As a toddler she was diagnosed with a mild form of cerebral palsy. Victoria has undergone four orthopaedic procedures and physical therapy. She loves chai tea, mini marshmallows and celebrating the holidays with her family.

Dottie

Dottie loves wearing sparkly holiday dresses and making crafts for Christmas. She can’t wait to celebrate the holidays with her sisters and brother. “Thanks to Children’s National, Dottie is thriving,” says mom Angie. “We are so grateful.”

Fouz

Five-year-old Fouz loves fashion, dancing and princesses. She has a rare blood disorder and underwent a bone marrow transplant this year. Her family is grateful for the exceptional care she received at Children’s National.

Maddie

Maddie is a creative extrovert who loves taking center stage in theater productions. At 16, she can pursue her dreams thanks to her care team at the Rare Disease Institute. “They never stopped looking for answers,” says mom Cheryl. “They have given Maddie the best life possible.”

Wes

Wes is an energetic 4-year-old who likes building complex Magna-Tiles structures. While in the hospital for leukemia treatment, he participates in art therapy and loves to play with his care team. Wes is excited to bake cinnamon rolls with his mom for the holidays.

Chace

Chace was born with a severe cleft lip, cleft palate and scoliosis. “Doctors at Children’s National gave Chace a fighting chance,” his Grandma Varsylvia says. He enjoys playing football, reading and riding his bike. Chace can’t wait to spend time with his family over the holidays.

Christopher

Christopher receives expert care at Children’s National for his complex condition. He enjoys flag football, bowling and listening to hard rock music. Christopher is looking forward to holiday shopping and Christmas dinner.

Nathan

Nathan has a prosthetic leg. Thanks to the care he received at Children’s National, Nathan lives life to the fullest. He enjoys playing baseball, camping and fishing. He can’t wait to participate in the Ocean City Christmas parade this year.

Sage

Six-year-old Sage loves holiday lights, baking cookies and writing notes to Santa. He visits Children’s National for primary care. “His pediatrician really feels like a part of our family,” says mom Nicole. “The care, concern and competence has been unmatched.”