At Children’s Minnesota, we don’t just care for children, we care for the most amazing people on earth. However, many of the things that make Children’s special are only possible because of contributions from people like you. For example, your contributions help cover the costs for those who otherwise can’t afford medical care for their children. Or pay for the unique aspects of care that are not covered by insurance — like language interpreters for families who have limited English proficiency or art therapy. Learn more about how you can help through the following options.
For almost 100 years, people like you have been supporting our mission of “providing the highest-quality, family-centered care, advanced through research and education.” And, we’re just getting started. With your help, we can continue to improve and reimagine healthcare. We can continue to find better ways to care for the most amazing people on earth.
Annie Waters, the director of annual giving in the foundation at Children's Minnesota, talks about fundraising, philanthropy and how to donate.
Dr. Joanna Perkins, along with Carleen Crouse of Make-A-Wish Minnesota, talk about the wish-granting process.
Hydrocephalus is a chronic condition caused by an excessive buildup of cerebral spinal fluid in the brain.
More than 400 guests turned out for Children's Minnesota's Shine Bright Bash, raising more than $320,000 for Children's Cancer and Blood Disorders Program.
For every mention of #shinebrightbash between Sept. 1 and 13, Affinity Plus Credit Union will donate $5, up to $15,000, to our cancer program.
If you’re here, you know what we know: children are the most amazing people on earth. Whether you’re looking in your own child’s eyes or talking to a patient at one of our hospitals, it changes you forever. Kids inspire you to take action. To strive to be worthy of them. To try to be more like they are.
When Nathan Branson isn’t repairing and maintaining medical equipment, you’ll likely find him at Lake Harriet, pounding laps with his local running club.
Thirteen-year-old Angelina received a surprise during what she thought was a regular tour of the WCCO-TV studio.