In this Q-and-A with Bill Cheney, SchoolsFirst Federal Credit Union chief executive officer, he reflects on how credit unions are tapping into their collective power to make a strong impact for their communities.
Positivity, bravery, and victory: Meet Hudson
“I BEAT CANCER!” Hudson has proudly proclaimed since his early years as a CHOC patient, and his sweet and loving personality is magnetic to those around him.
Tsao Family Foundation blazes trail for school-based mental health services with $2 million gift
Their $2 million gift to CHOC will launch 17 WellSpaces on campuses throughout the Irvine Unified School District (IUSD) over the next four years.
Caleb’s courage, determination and how he’s giving back to CHOC
Caleb was diagnosed with a rare disease, and over the past 13 years, he has experienced the CHOC difference. He now has hope and started his own fundraiser to give back to the hospital.
Put your paws together for Odessa
Supported solely through philanthropy, Odessa is CHOC’s newest resident therapy dog—and one of the first in the nation dedicated to a pediatric inpatient mental health unit.
The Comic Assent: A colorful, empowering new way for young patients to aid research at CHOC
The Comic Assent project, funded entirely by CHOC’s philanthropic community, utilizes the eye-catching comic book format to explain research projects to children ages 7-11 and request their participation. Customizable to any study, the Comic Assent educates children while giving them ownership during the research process.