Your story has power

If Children’s Minnesota means something to you, we want to hear your story. In fact, we want you to share it with the world–or your close circle, if that’s more your style. Whether your child has had an experience with us or you simply care deeply about the life-saving work that happens inside our hospitals, please consider hosting a fundraiser. Anyone – kids, corporations, patient families, volunteer groups – can create a customized fundraising page on behalf of Children’s Minnesota.

How to get started:

Sign up
Tell your story

The impact of your fundraising

The donations that come in from your fundraising make a difference in the lives of so many children. Because of you:

We can invest in research, new treatments, technology

a young boy faces the camera, with his mother smiling in the background

We provide support services that never show up on a patient’s bill

a child in a hospital bed smiles at the camera while wearing a hospital gown. She has wires taped to her forehead.

No child is turned away

a girl wearing a mask looks at the camera

How to get started

Step 1: Sign up

Register online to get started. Click the button below.

Step 2: Tell your story

In words and pictures, bring your story to life.

Step 3: Share

Let the world know why Children’s Minnesota matters to you.

Your campaign. Your way.

Whitney, on her first birthday, wears a pink dress and a white crown.

Special events

Whitney’s First Birthday
raised: $10,561

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Sports and races

Fore Children’s Golf Tournament
raised: $21,706

Kids giving back to kids

Shakopee High School Fundraiser
raised: $10,699


Great Clips, Inc.
raised: ongoing


Help us raise ’em up. Children’s Minnesota is building a better future for all kids — but we can’t do it without you. Please give today. So every child can reach their best health.

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