A recap of the myriad ways CHOC patients and their families have been touched by the kindness and support of our corporate partners.
As the world grapples with the pediatric mental health crisis, these forward-thinking corporations are taking action, and their collective philanthropic efforts illuminate the path toward a brighter and healthier future.
With the return of the CHOC Walk, you will meet Hudson Kent, our 2023 Walk Ambassador. At just 15 months, he was diagnosed with kidney cancer. Today, Hudson is 12 years cancer-free and doing great.
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.
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.
Walmart and Sam’s Club make a huge impact on our patients’ lives through their philanthropic efforts. Since teaming up with CHOC as a Children’s Miracle Network Hospital partner, Walmart and Sam’s Club have raised over $3 million to help patients like April Arellano, who is now happily navigating the world with a prosthetic leg, thanks to cause marketing efforts like theirs.