On Feb. 22 at Lucky Strike, Arizona Diamondback Paul Goldschmidt, and his wife Amy, will host the second Goldy’s Bowling Bash. The event benefits Goldy’s Fund 4 Kids, which aids to thousands of children and families of Phoenix Children’s...
Instead of focusing on boxes of chocolates and red roses, consider bringing a smile to the face of those who need it the most this Valentine's Day. Phoenix Children’s Hospital has made the process of giving to its patients easy with its Valentine’s Day e-card.
Simly visit PCHValentine.com to select your Valentine’s Day message and design (a cute dog, cat or frog) and enter your name and email address. The staff at Phoenix Children’s Hospital will deliver your card to kids at the hospital on Feb. 14.
After her son received a devastating diagnosis at the age of 5, Patti Luttrell and her family started a nonprofit to aid others who were facing the same difficult situation.
Patti Luttrell’s son, Jeff, was diagnosed with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia at the age of 5. In the years to follow, Jeff's cancer would return several times, requiring multiple rounds of chemotherapy radiation and a bone marrow transplant. At the age of 29, Jeff is a 25-year cancer survivor...
Feeding Matters not only brings awareness for children suffering from pediatric feeding disorders, but it provides a support system and education for their families around the world.
A pediatric feeding disorder can be described as a child or infant with a severe disruption in feeding. They're not “picky eaters” or “growing out of a phase”; eating is seen as a negative activity and their body resists it completely. Medical issues (there 300 medical conditions that put...
Still need to pick up your Christmas cards? We may have found the cutest cards of all--just look at the teeny penguin and festive flamingo!
From now through Dec. 31, stop by local Cobblestone Auto Spa, Desert Schools Federal Credit Union and IHOP locations to pick up a pack of five holiday cards for $5 with designs by Phoenix Children’s Hospital patients. The Holiday Card Program is in its 31st year. Sales from the cards benefit the hospital’s Center for Cancer and Blood Disorders.
Packs of 25 and 50 cards are also available at www.pchkidsart.org.