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.
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Rose & Jeff Kunze and Kendra & David Rosales have been long-time friends. They have seen each other through thick and thin, but never imagined having to support one another through the loss of a child.
Cherese Mari Laulhere was a beautiful daughter with a bright future. Through her parents, her legacy makes a difference to the families at CHOC every day.
Thanks to generous donors like the Clavis Foundation, we’ve provided significant financial relief to the families who have been burdened by the pandemic.
PetSmart Charities gifted the CHOC Foundation a generous $75,000 grant in support of the hospital’s new Resident Dog Program.
If you are looking for more ways to give back this holiday season, here are a few ways to support CHOC’s mission in the community.