Philanthropy Report

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Supporting Solutions to Help Vulnerable Children

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The Pew Charitable Trusts has been a strong supporter of CHOP, donating nearly $30 million to date. The Pew's most recent $1 million grant to PolicyLab will help CHOP remain a strong advocate for children.

Donor Story: Investing in Future Healthcare Leaders

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Drs. Hanna and Zinman's planned gifts to CHOP will provide scholarship funds to first-year physician fellows in Cardiology and Pulmonology, and support the overall fellowship budgets for each division.

20 Years. 1 Million Books. Countless Smiles.

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The passionate efforts of clinicians, volunteers, parents and donors has helped CHOP bring books to more children than ever — 1 million books and counting.

Shining Lights 2016

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South Broad Street lit blue

During the 2016 campaign, 1,000 people “shared their light” by sending messages of compassion to patients, and thousands gave gifts totaling more than $950,000.

A Special Thanks: Donations & Dollars 2016

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Mother with Son

Donors gave and pledged more than $134 million to Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia in the 2016 fiscal year. Highlighted here are the 13 largest donations to Children’s Hospital.

CHOP at a Glance – 2016

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The new South Philadelphia Community Health and Literacy Center, which houses a CHOP primary care facility, a city health center for adults, a library branch and a recreation center, and the two new gardens are just two examples of CHOP's comprehensive approach to health and dedication to innovation.

Unwavering Support

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Henny and Joyce

CHOP has many loyal donors, but a small group of them stands out: Those who have given every year for nearly four decades.

The Best Care for Every Child

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Children’s Hospital is ushering in a new era of genetics and broadening the scope of genetic medicine across all clinical areas through the creation of the Roberts Collaborative for Genetics and Individualized Medicine.