Childrens Miracle Network Hospitals

Put Your Money Where the Miracles Are

Every day, we’re improving the health of children in our community. You can help.

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. Donations stay local, and with this support Children’s National and other leading children’s hospitals fund critical treatments, ground-breaking  research, and support families. 

For information about how your participation in CMN can benefit children, or to make a donation, contact Tracy Jones by email or at  301-565-8434.

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CMN Partners

Many corporations support Children’s National through the CMN program by hosting national and local fundraising campaigns. 

Dance Marathons

Giving by getting – and staying -- on your feet.

Radiothons

Harnessing the power of radio to build support.

Patient Stories

Bennett

Bennett's Story

Bennett recovered from brain cancer as a 2-year-old thanks to the ability of Children’s National to apply its research to his treatment. Says his mom: “The research behind the care they’re able to give is the difference between surviving and not surviving for a lot of kids.”

Ian

Ian's Story

An ultrasound during her pregnancy showed Ivy Duke her baby had heart problems. But early intervention at Children's National gave her son, Ian, the ability to lead a normal life.

Rylie

Rylie's Story

Rylie was diagnosed with leukemia. While she’s had to endure extensive treatment, Children’s National has made sure that she still enjoys the things that other children enjoy.

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Children’s National Health System has more than 50 pediatric subspecialties and is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. Your contribution is tax-deductible to the extent allowed by law. No goods or services are provided in exchange for your generous donation.

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