Working together with a vision of creating healthy tomorrows for all children
We work with the community to turn compassion into philanthropic action that supports Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital.
Johns Hopkins All Children’s Foundation was created in 1985 to steward charitable donations directly to the patients we serve and the greatest needs of the hospital. As a non-profit foundation, we partner with individuals and corporations who share our vision that all children deserve high-quality care. Support from donors allows us to enhance treatments and stay on the cutting edge of medical advancements, changing the future of pediatric medicine for kids in Florida and beyond, and train future physician leaders.
“There is only one child in all the world, and that child's name is All Children."
— Carl Sandburg
Our community makes an impact on all we do, all for kids! From community fundraising events to benefit the hospital to corporate employee giving campaigns and outright gifts, your support of the Foundation fills a great need. Philanthropy helps us to:
- Equip the hospital and our outpatient care centers with technology to provide the least invasive treatment possible to children.
- Increase capacity of our unique biorepository specimen storage and database—a tool that helps researchers discover better treatments and cures.
- Participate in hundreds of research studies to improve the diagnosis, treatment and prevention of children’s diseases.
- Help patients and their families cope with illness, injury, treatment and hospitalization through Child Life programs that use developmental, educational and therapeutic interventions and play.
- Educate the next generation of pediatric physicians through Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital pediatric residency, fellowship and continuing education programs.
These are just some of the ways supporters like you are having a lasting impact on children’s health. We invite you to join us on our journey to shape the future of pediatric medicine and create healthy tomorrows … for one child, for all children.
Johns Hopkins All Children's Foundation