Charitable gifts, large and small, make possible every lifesaving treatment, every breakthrough discovery at the Center for Fetal Diagnosis and Treatment, ensuring the best outcome for both patients: mother and baby. Donations help improve and expand clinical care and provide compassionate care to families. Be our partner in making the extraordinary advances that will save the lives of countless children.
Children’s Hospital appreciates the generosity and loyalty of its donors with exclusive recognition societies at every giving level. For more information, visit giftofchildhood.org/giving_society.
Children’s Hospital welcomes organizational and corporate sponsorships for community outreach and fundraising events. For more information, visit giftofchildhood.org/partner.
It’s simple to customize a tribute page for an individual, occasion or event with your own words and images and share it with friends and family to raise funds for Children’s Hospital. For more information, visit giftofchildhood.org/fundraisingpages.
Whether you’re interested in doing something in your community or at your school, organizing an event is a wonderful way to touch the lives of kids who rely on Children’s Hospital for care, cures and hope. For more information, visit giftofchildhood.org/planevent.
Participating in a race? Then consider joining TEAM CHOP and raising money on your way to the finish line to help us ensure that every child has the opportunity for a healthy childhood. For more information, visit giftofchildhood.org/teamchop.
A variety of giving opportunities are available, and 100 percent of every contribution is designated based on donor’s wishes. Gifts can be made broadly to the Center for Fetal Diagnosis and Treatment or in a targeted way for a specific research project, family care need, etc.
The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia Foundation
Lockbox #1352 P.O. Box 8500
Philadelphia, PA 19178-1352
Our Center has a dedicated director of development who is happy to help you make an impact through a donation or raising money to advance the research and clinical care of the CFDT. For more information, contact Becky Rohtbart at 267-426-6529 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
You can also visit us at giving.chop.edu/fetal to learn about these opportunities to support our Center.