One proud uncle shares why he's choosing to support CHOC to honor his niece, a cancer survivor.
Richard “Rich” and Virginia “Ginnie” Hunsaker are acutely aware of the importance of the teen years, which is why they made a $3 million gift to the adolescent and young adult (AYA) oncology child life program at CHOC Children’s.
Bill Thompson is a man of action. Once he sets his sights on something important, he gets things done. Case in point: helping children with autism spectrum disorders (ASD) and their families.
Mark and Cindy Chandik wanted to make a difference in the lives of children needing mental health services.They both agreed that the way they could make the most impact would be through a planned gift to CHOC Children’s Foundation.
Inspired by the care provided to patients at CHOC Children’s, clinical staff of the Mental Health Inpatient Center formed a team for CHOC Walk in the Park, one of the largest and most anticipated fundraising events of the year.
CHOC Children’s and the William and Nancy Thompson Family Foundation (Thompson Family Foundation) recently unveiled a new collaboration that expands our region’s capacity to serve children with autism spectrum disorders (ASD) and their families.
Growing up, Jessica heard countless stories of the “miracle workers” at CHOC who saved her twin brothers’ lives after they were born. Today, she’s giving back to the hospital that helped keep her family whole.