About Us

CHOP in the Community

At The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, we believe community plays an important role in the lives of children. To promote children’s health and support the mission of our pediatric network, we involve the community in many activities, including:

Community Benefit
Report 2012

Learn about the projects we’re implementing in our communities and how our programs are helping kids throughout the nation and around the world.
2012 Community Benefit Report - English

Community Health Needs Assessment (CHNA)

CHOP is pleased to present its 2013 Community Health Needs Assessment (CHNA) report and implementation plan. The CHNA identifies community needs and the accompanying implementation plan outlines CHOP’s strategies to address these needs.

For more information about our work in the community, please visit the Government Affairs, Community Relations and Advocacy website.

Community programs and services

Learn more about CHOP programs that directly benefit the community:

Doctors and nurses at Children’s Hospital also volunteer their time and expertise to provide medical care in the developing world. Global Health, CHOP’s international outreach program, supports children living in the world's poorest communities through service and education.

  • Print
  • Share

Contact Us

CHOP specialty license plates are now available for Pennsylvania residents. When you buy a plate, you support our vital programs in the community.


You drive, we thrive!