Your company can benefit Children’s National while strengthening bonds with the community, customers and employees. Learn more about our Care for Every Child campaign, the Champions for Every Child program, and other ways to get involved.
Children’s National is a proud member of Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals (CMN). Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals raises funds and awareness for 170 member hospitals that provide 32 million treatments each year to kids across the U.S. and Canada.
The Children’s Hospital Foundation partners with corporate and private foundations to advance our shared commitment to excellence in clinical care, advocacy, research, and education. These partnerships exist with foundations in the Washington region, across the United States, and around the world. To learn more, contact Susan Flaherty by email
or at 301-565-4962.
The Guardian Society recognizes those who have included Children’s National Health System in their wills or other legacy gifts. Such gifts include bequests in wills, life income plans and other beneficiary designations. Members receive several benefits in return for their support, such as invitations to special events.
The Board of Visitors is an adjunct group that has provided volunteers and funding since the hospital’s founding in 1870. It is best known for its two signature programs, the Care For Kids Card and A Vintage Affair. To date, the board has awarded grants and major gifts to Children’s National Health System totaling more than $9 million.
The Children’s Health Board is an adjunct organization that works with Children’s National to advance the health and well-being of vulnerable children in our community through advocacy, education, prevention, and early intervention. Recent activities have included efforts to increase immunizations, prevent lead poisoning, and combat child abuse and neglect.
The Hearing and Speech Center Board is an adjunct organization that raises funds to support children with communications disorders so they can lead normal, healthy lives. Best known for its annual Country Barbecue fundraiser, the Hearing and Speech Center Board’s efforts help tens of thousands of children get the assistance needed to develop hearing, speech and language skills.
The Junior Council is an organization of Washington, D.C.’s young professionals, who are dedicated to supporting Children's National Medical Center through fundraising events and volunteering activities.
Our Circles of Leadership program recognizes philanthropists who share a commitment to improving children’s health. The program features four levels of recognition, beginning at $1,000.
Children’s National delivers care to children around the world. In the past five years alone, more than 1,300 families from some 45 countries have received treatment. We also extend our reach through our telemedicine program and alliances with other health organizations worldwide.