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By steadily achieving many small milestones, children one day grow to do great things. So to can members of our community accomplish great things, little by little, together. When you become a recurring donor with Children’s Hospital Foundation, you help ensure that our children always have access to the best possible healthcare when they need it the most. Whether their next milestone will be taking a first step or graduating high school on time, children receiving care at our hospital can get back to what is most important thanks to your ongoing support.
Help make those milestones possible by setting up a recurring donation today. Click here to become a Milestone Maker >>
Your monthly donations can add up quickly. See how much you can give in the first year alone:
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What are the benefits of setting up a recurring gift?
Spreading your support throughout the year can help with personal budgeting and allow you to support Children’s Hospital Foundation in a way that is cost-effective, convenient, and flexible. Recurring gifts are paperless and automatic, meaning that your donations can be used to help children in our community as quickly as possible.
Once I’ve set up my recurring gift online, how do I make changes such as adjusting my donation amount or updating my credit card number?
Simply call our Accounting Manager, Jodi Gibson, at 804-228-5826 whenever you want to make a change to your recurring gift.
Can I stop my recurring gift whenever I want?
How will I receive verification of my donations for tax purposes?
You will receive an automatic e-mail for tax purposes when your donation is processed each month.
When will my credit card be charged?
Your card will be charged for the first time on the day you make your donation and then on the 1st or 16th of every subsequent month. You will have the ability to select which of those days your donation is processed when you set up your gift on the donation form.
Audrey Costa may have been born with chronic kidney disease, but thanks to the care she receives at Children’s Hospital of Richmond at VCU, she is a happy and active 2-year-old. Hear Audrey’s parents, Tiffany and Tony, tell their daughter’s amazing story.
Since starting physical, occupational and speech therapy at Children’s Hospital of Richmond at VCU, four-year-old Allie Jones has started school, is learning to pedal a bicycle, is expanding her spoken vocabulary and recently graduated from the Children’s Feeding Program.
When Ellen Sulanke became ill with a severe respiratory virus at five weeks of age, she spent six days at Children’s Hospital of Richmond at VCU where she was cared for by physicians in the Progressive Care Unit. www.chfrichmond.org
Check out our CBS6 commercial for the Children’s Hospital Foundation Four Mile Walk/Run, which will be held on Saturday, September 21! Learn more and register today at www.CHFRace.org.
After breaking her arm at gymnastics practice, 10-year-old Sydney Emery was treated by multiple specialists in Children’s Hospital of Richmond at VCU’s Emergency Room. www.chfrichmond.org
Beginning Friday, December 7th, 2012, Lite98 and Q94 brought the community together and showed how much they care for local children by hosting the 36 Hours for Kids Radiothon. Local talent from both Lite98 and Q94 gathered at the Brook Road Campus of Children’s Hospital of Richmond at VCU (CHoR) and at Short Pump Town Center for three days to help raise vital funds for local Children’s Miracle Network Hospital, Children’s Hospital of Richmond at VCU.
Watch highlights from the annual Kappa Delta Tour Day, held on Saturday, November 3. Children’s Hospital Foundation is a national philanthropy of Kappa Delta Sorority.
Over 400 children came to our Petersburg Health and Safety Day on May 15, 2012. The event featured a fire safety house from the Fort Lee Fire Department, a water safety demonstration by the YMCA, and games and exercises from the hospital therapy department. Additional community partners included American Family Fitness, Petersburg School System, Petersburg Public Library, and many others.
More than 400 dancers took the stage on Jan. 28, 2012 during the 13th Annual Virginia Dance Festival organized by Jessica Morgan School of Dance. This year’s festival raised more than $13,000 for Children’s Hospital Foundation.
Proceeds from the 2011 Children’s Hospital Foundation Ball will be used to renovate a rooftop play deck, named the Children’s Garden, on the MCV Campus of Children’s Hospital of Richmond at VCU. Once completed, the rooftop play deck pictured in these photos will serve the more than 5,000 children and families admitted each year to the acute care pediatric areas on the seventh floor of the Main Hospital.
Members of the Junior Board of Childrenâ€™s Hospital Foundation are pleased to announce that the 48th Annual Childrenâ€™s Hospital Foundation Ball raised $217,000 for the renovation of the rooftop play deck at Childrenâ€™s Hospital of Richmond at VCU (CHoR). The Ball was held on November 4 at the Country Club of Virginia and was attended by more than 650 guests.
The 40th Anniversary Dong’s Martial Arts Tournament, held Saturday, November 5th, produced a $29,180 donation for Children’s Hospital Foundation, bringing the total to $300,334.58 raised for the foundation in the past 15 years. The tournament at the Arthur Ashe Center had 360 participants and about 3,500 spectators.
On Saturday, November 5th, riders on more than 900 motorcycles delivered teddy bears to patients at Children’s Hospital of Richmond during the 29th Annual Teddy Bear Run! The event is organized by the Blue Knights VA III, a local law enforcement motorcycle club.
The ninth annual Childrenâ€™s Hospital Foundation 5K/10K Walk/Run sponsored by American Family Fitness and Richmond Family Magazine Kids Mascot Mile was held around the grounds of Childrenâ€™s Hospital of Richmondâ€™s Brook Road Campus on Saturday, Oct. 8. Nearly 600 participants walked and ran through Richmondâ€™s Northside neighborhoods to support Childrenâ€™s Hospital Foundation.
The 40th Anniversary Dongâ€™s Martial Arts Tournament is scheduled for November 5, 2011 at noon at the Arthur Ashe Center, 2907 North Boulevard. As a benefit for Childrenâ€™s Hospital Foundation, this annual event is a celebration of the true spirit of martial arts - the willingness to help others as well as yourself.