Children's health

You did it!

Thanks to you, more children are thriving in Minnesota and around the world. Together, more than 14,000 supporters raised $220 million for our Children’s Health Campaign—far surpassing our $175 million goal!

Because of philanthropic support, University of Minnesota Masonic Children’s Hospital, its many specialties, and the U of M Department of Pediatrics—celebrating its 100th anniversary—are national leaders in research, education, and care.

Thanks to you, we welcomed patients to our new, state-of-the-art children’s hospital, outfitted 37 Adopt A Rooms with special features that make the hospital feel more like home, set up 43 funds for special programs, including an emergency assistance fund for families, and raised $75 million in research and education funds.

Watch this video to learn more about other campaign highlights:

Philanthropic support makes discovery possible

Your ongoing support will continue to advance research discoveries and care, cultivating hope and healing among even more children and their families.  You can inspire hope. Help us advance children’s health by giving today.

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