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Q&A with Jan Kirby, RN

Navigating Children’s Hospital of Richmond at VCU’s (CHoR) multiple specialists, locations and services can be a big job for families who are already dealing with children with multiple medical needs. To make this process as easy as possible, the hospital employs two patient advocates to help families access care and respond to questions and concerns.

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Annual Ball Highlights “Phrases You Know by Heart”

The 53rd Annual Children’s Hospital Foundation Ball, presented by Davenport & Company LLC, took place on Nov. 4 and raised $235,000 for Children’s Hospital Foundation.

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Annual Bowl-A-Thon Tops Fundraising Records

​The 23rd Annual Bowl-A-Thon and 10th Annual Battle of the Banks, held concurrently on Saturday, Feb. 18, raised over $24,000 for Children's Hospital Foundation.

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Dental Outreach Team Visits Swansboro Elementary

Kohl's Department Stores and Children's Hospital Foundation (CHF) have again partnered together to bring the Kohl's Dental Outreach Program to Central Virginia schools.

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Community Members Gather to “Mend, Heal and Carry On” in Support of the CHF Heart Center

The first annual “Mend, Heal and Carry On” fundraising event, held on February 9 at the Tuckahoe Woman’s Club, raised $21,905 through ticket sales, silent auction purchases, and generous donations.

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Q&A with Jan Kirby, RN

Navigating Children’s Hospital of Richmond at VCU’s (CHoR) multiple specialists, locations and services can be a big job for families who are already dealing with children with multiple medical needs. To make this process as easy as possible, the hospital employs two patient advocates to help families access care and respond to questions and concerns.

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Former Patient Returns to Hospital as Kohl’s Volunteer

​For Alicia Currin, assembling dental health kits in August was more than an opportunity to volunteer with fellow Kohl’s associates – it was a homecoming. Born with spina bifida, Alicia was three months old when she first visited Children’s Hospital of Richmond at VCU.

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