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Supporters to walk at Mall of America for hydrocephalus awareness

Hydrocephalus is a chronic condition caused by an excessive buildup of cerebral spinal fluid in the brain.

Shine Bright Bash raises over $320,000 to support Cancer & Blood Disorders program

More than 400 guests turned out for Children's Hospitals and Clinics of Minnesota's Shine Bright Bash, raising more than $320,000 for Children's Cancer and Blood Disorders Program.

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Share your shining star, raise money for Children’s Minnesota 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.

Support Children’s

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.

Passionate runner and Children’s Minnesota employee to go extra mile for kids

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.

Children’s Minnesota patient surprised with tickets to One Direction concert in Minneapolis

Thirteen-year-old Angelina received a surprise during what she thought was a regular tour of the WCCO-TV studio.

Ralph to go the distance for granddaughter

Ralph Imholte, 62, was the first member of Team Superstars, Children's charity endurance team.

Team Superstars runner returns to her first home

Melissa Haun, who spent her first days at Children's neonatal intensive care unit, is a child life specialist.

Minnesota teens make pillowcases for hospitalized kids

Graduating seniors Hannah Bremer and Sophia Schmidt, of Rogers, established the Sweet Dreams Project as freshmen.

3-year-old donates birthday money to Children’s

Meet Vienna, who opted to donate money over receiving presents for her birthday.