Taking "fund-racing" seriously, NASCAR Cup driver, Brennan Poole supported CHOC at this year’s Auto Club 400 in Fontana and got CHOC patients involved as well.
The CHOC Children's COVID-19 Hotline helped a family navigate during this time. It shows the importance of investing in telehealth services for families that are treated at CHOC.
After four years of chemotherapy and radiation, Danielle went into remission and has stayed there ever since. But that didn’t end her relationship with CHOC. In fact, it was just the beginning.
Through this time of uncertainty, we are overwhelmed by the amount of support we received from the community. Here are a few incredible examples of how our community has shared #CHOCKindness during this time: [...]
On February 8, 2020, over 1,100 community leaders, philanthropists and grateful families came together to usher in a new decade of hope for CHOC Children's. The CHOC Children's Gala, now in it's 12th year, raised [...]
The 23rd Annual CHOC Follies is here! This beloved event brings together Orange County's talented civic and society leaders to sing, dance and act to raise money for CHOC. This year’s show “The Great Chocsby!” [...]
When you speak with Bill and Nancy Thompson, what immediately comes across is their passion for philanthropy and their palpable sense of excitement at its impact.
Last year, Annette and Richard committed $2 million to establish an endowment to support CHOC’s spiritual care program. This incredible gift is the culmination of a growing partnership spanning over a decade.
The Hymans have become dedicated collaborators, supporters and champions for CHOC. Vivien volunteers on the CHOC Children’s Gala Committee, and Dan serves as vice chair of the CHOC Foundation’s board of directors.
For Bill, Jeff and Jennifer Gross, giving is a family affair. Together, they founded the William, Jeff and Jennifer Gross Family Foundation, which has dedicated $7 million to elevate care for the smallest and most fragile babies at CHOC.