Giving to Children’s Minnesota

Children’s Minnesota needs your philanthropic support more than ever.

As the major nonprofit, independent pediatric health care system in the state, Children’s Minnesota is being profoundly impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic – both clinically and financially. Donations to Children’s Minnesota’s Urgent Needs fund allows us to place philanthropic support where it’s needed most, as soon as we receive the funds. Some examples of how we are using funds right now:

  • Supplies to keep our patients and staff safe and healthy.
  • Technological support for services like telehealth to allow patients to heal from the safety of their own homes.
  • Financial support for families who have a child with health needs but are also facing the reality of being out of work due to the virus.

Community and donor support are absolutely essential to ensure Children’s Minnesota remains a strong, vibrant pillar of the health care system in our region when this crisis comes to an end.

For those looking to donate much needed supplies, please find drop off information and a list of the most immediate needs here. 100% of your donation is spent on the kids and families we serve.

Mail in your gift

Donations can be mailed to:
Children’s Minnesota Foundation
Mail Stop CBC-3-FOUN
5901 Lincoln Drive
Edina, MN 55436
Phone: 952-992-5500

Please make checks payable to: Children’s Minnesota Foundation

For corporate donations, please note Children’s Minnesota EIN: 41-1814223

Annual report

Our annual report features the accomplishments and results of the past year, highlighting the many stories of care, innovation and community engagement that make Children’s Minnesota an important asset in our state and region. Our success is made possible through the ongoing generosity from our community and donors. Read our 2019 annual report.

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to immediately support the most urgent needs at Children’s Minnesota.

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Give the gift of peace, hope and joy to patients who rely on us for
life-saving care.