Why Give to Children's

Since our beginning in 1913, Children’s Medical Center has been a beacon of hope and healing for children in their hours of need. That is only possible because compassionate and generous people have given their resources so children can receive life-giving - and sometimes life-saving – treatments here.

Fueled by generosity for more than a century, Children’s now provides world-class care to approximately 200,000 children every year. Children whose hearts need repair. Children with rare forms of cancer. Children whose bones are broken. Children who deserve care that is second-to-none.
Care at Children’s isn’t just defined by procedures and treatments, either. Through our association with UT Southwestern Medical Center, the Children’s medical staff proactively conducts cutting-edge research in order to find new treatments and cures.

And our treatments extend beyond the physical. Children’s seeks to address the emotional, mental and spiritual needs of patients and their families through services like Pastoral Care and Child Life.

So, why give to Children’s? Because you can help provide sick and injured children with care that will meet all of their needs.

Here are just a few examples of what gifts to Children’s have helped accomplish:

  • Returned Children to Their Parents' Arms
  • Given Children a Chance to Play Again
  • Put Smiles Back on Faces
  • Empowered Research for Cures
  • Provided Soothing Music to Anxious Ears
  • Bubbled Up Laughs in Scary Times