The Mighty Blog features stories from around Children’s Minnesota, as well as health and wellness information for raising healthy kids.

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Audrey and her grandson

Audrey lends a helping hand to our Families as Partners program

Audrey was inspired to join Families as Partners because her grandson receives care at Children’s. Read Audrey’s family’s story here.

The ballroom during Star Gala 2019.

Star Gala inspires record breaking support from the community

$2.3 million was raised at Star Gala 2019 to support the genomic medicine program at Children’s Minnesota.

Manage your child’s asthma this spring with 6 tips from our expert

While there is no cure for asthma, there are ways to learn to manage it. Here are six tips from our expert.

Rachel's family

Families as Partners – Rachel’s family gives back

Learn how you can get involved with our Families as Partners program with a story from Rachel about her family's NICU experience and how she still stays involved with the program today.

National Volunteer Week: Volunteer Profiles Continued

Learn more about the volunteers at Children's Minnesota.

National Volunteer Week: Volunteer Profiles

Learn more about the volunteers at Children's Minnesota.

Volunteer plays checkers

National Volunteer Week

Learn more about how Children's Minnesota is celebrating National Volunteer Week.

Children’s Minnesota Mental Health for Primary Care: The Early Years conference

During this conference, local and national experts in pediatric mental health will discuss how to address gaps in practice and incorporate new information to effectively manage mental and behavioral health issues in children.

New chief equity and inclusion officer aims to improve health equity, workforce representation and investing in diverse businesses

James Burroughs joined Children’s Minnesota in January as the first chief equity and inclusion officer, and he comes with a passion for both Children’s and the work ahead.

A piece of home at the hospital – Toyota USA makes donation to Children’s

Toyota USA chose Children’s Minnesota as the recipient of $4,000 of giving, including donations of toys, snacks and a $2,000 cash gift.