Minnesota Twins players and Twins mascot, T.C. Bear, visited patients at Children's Minnesota on Wednesday, September 11, in honor of Childhood Cancer Awareness month and their partnership with Children’s during our Shine Bright for Cancer Kids campaign.
News and stories about the generosity of donors and organizations that support Children’s the kids and families we serve.
Minnesota Wild forward Zach Parise and his wife, Alisha, hosted a skating party for a group of Children’s Minnesota patients on Wednesday, Sept. 4, at TRIA Rink in downtown St. Paul. All patients, ranging from ages 9 to 17, who skated with Parise have a passion for hockey and play the sport themselves.
It can be hard to feel like a kid when you’re in the hospital. That’s where Star Studio comes in.
When a mysterious bug bite brought Johnny into Children's Minnesota, a team of physicians and child life specialists became a bright spot in his story.
Angie's goal was to finish the Garry Bjorklund Half Marathon in under 2 hours. When she needed a boost, she found a beacon in the form of a gold cape.
At 11 years old, Mia was a normal, active kid. When doctors found a tumor on her spine and she was diagnosed with Ewing Sarcoma, everything changed.
Camber has overcome many challenges since being diagnosed with acute lymphoblastic leukemia (ALL) and continues to take every day in stride.
Ashley Cohn is honoring her brother Tyler's legacy during Childhood Cancer Awareness Month through Shine Bright For Kids.
At just six years old, Anna has overcome more than most people ever will. But despite her rare chromosomal abnormality, Anna won't be slowed down.
Football fans, inspired by the grit and generosity of NFL punter Thomas Morstead, donated more than $200,000 in less than a week, all for the Child Life program at Children’s Minnesota.