Children's Hospital Of Pittsburgh Foundation
Rating: 5 stars 3 3 reviews
One Children's Hospital Drive, 4401 Penn Avenue Central Plant, Floor 3 Pittsburgh PA 15224 USA
The mission of Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh Foundation (CHPF) is to provide financial support to Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC, this region’s only quarternary care pediatric hospital, teaching and research facility. CHPF is the sole fund-raising arm of Children’s Hospital and raises charitable donations through targeted individual campaigns, special events, and foundation and corporate grants. Foundation staff members process and acknowledge all contributions, maintain ongoing relationships with donors, and ensure that all gifts to Children’s Hospital are used according to the donors’ wishes.
Free Care Fund - $38 million annually for medical care for those that cannot afford the necessary pediatric care regardless of disease state or severity of diagnoses.
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I have been working with the Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh Foundation over the last 12 years as a volunteer/donor and corporate partner through my various roles within Wal-Mart Inc. The passion and care that the Foundation team shows for the children and their families, that depend on and utilize Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh, is both inspiring and equally impressive. The work that the Foundation does allows for Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh to continue to be one of the industry leaders in child medical care. The tireless work that this group does allows for no child to be turned away due to lack of insurance or other financial struggles. Having lived my entire life in Pittsburgh and raising two children myself it is a true blessing to know that I have Children's Hospital and the incredible individuals that work within the Foundation.
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