The Argyros Family Foundation’s transformational $10 million gift will enable CHOC to grow its fetal care program, including adding staff and becoming a hub for groundbreaking research on fetal disorders.
Their $2 million gift to CHOC will launch 17 WellSpaces on campuses throughout the Irvine Unified School District (IUSD) over the next four years.
As one of CHOC’s largest cause marketing partners, Costco Wholesale Corporation’s generosity helps provide critical resources to meet the essential needs of CHOC patients and their families. Their charitable giving is especially meaningful for Dawn, a Costco employee for the last 23 years whose son, Ethan, is a former CHOC heart patient.
In this Q-and-A, Lauren Aslanian, who was diagnosed at age 15 with Stage 3B Anaplastic Large-Cell Lymphoma, talks about the support she received from CHOC and the Richard C. and Virginia A. Hunsaker Adolescent and Young Adult Oncology (AYA) Child Life Program, which is solely supported through philanthropy.
The Freeman Family is honoring their beloved late son, Kevin, by raising funds for research into medulloblastoma, the disease that he courageously fought. To date, $63,108 has been raised to support this important research and provide new promise for children and young adults with medulloblastoma.
Through a generous $500,000 gift by Andy and Jaime Peykoff of Niagara Bottling, CHOC is able to respond effectively to child abuse and neglect.