MINNEAPOLIS – (January 9, 2019) – Children’s Minnesota received a $30,000 grant from PetSmart Charities to support the health care system’s Pets Assisting with Healing program in 2020. The grant will help fund program-related expenses including staffing, pet acquisition, training costs, equipment and supplies.
April 13, 2020 8 a.m. – May 30, 2020 8 p.m.
Register today for Walk for Amazing, a fundraiser for Children’s Minnesota and a celebration of our extended family —our patients, their care teams, siblings, parents and everyone who believes in a brighter future for Minnesota kids. Every year we get together inside U.S. Bank Stadium (home of the Vikings) for a ceremonial walk, inspiring stories and big fun on the field. Because Children’s Minnesota is a nonprofit, we rely on fundraising efforts like these to deliver the excellent health care kids deserve.
The Dorsing family donated Bravery Boxes to Children’s Minnesota to honor the life of their son and brother Andrew, who was a cardiovascular patient at Children's.
Addie's hand-drawn coloring book, called “Color for Kids with Cancer,” has raised $22,710 for the Cancer Kids Fund at Children's Minnesota.
The holidays are a great time of year to teach children about the importance of giving back, which is a value they will have throughout their lives.
Did you know? Children's Minnesota is a non profit that relies on donations of all sizes. Our staff see the difference donations make, which is why many give where they work.
Want to make the holidays a little warmer for our patients and families? Consider giving the gift of clothing during our clothes drive from Dec. 1-31!
Learn how you can help raise money for Children’s Minnesota using your social media channels like Facebook and Instagram.
Emily Machones is constantly giving her all at her job, she also gives back to Children’s Minnesota through donations. However, Emily is not alone. Last year, employee donors stepped up in a big way for our patients.
Children’s Minnesota cares for more pediatric heart patients than any other program in the state. That's why Canadian Pacific (CP) and the organization's community investment program, CP Has Heart, donated $10,000 to Children's heart failure heart transplant program.