Our supporters are making a difference for our patients and their families every day. One way is through our Giving Societies, which include donors who are making significant investments to our annual fund to ensure that kids in our community receive the important care and treatment they need.
Our Giving Societies represent individuals, corporations and other organizations from across the Tampa Bay community, throughout Florida and beyond, whose support has transformed Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital into a pediatric academic hospital that provides advanced specialized care for children of all ages.
Your gift to the annual fund is an investment in the future of Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital and the health of children in our community and beyond. While giving is its own reward, an annual gift of $1,000 or more qualifies you for special recognition and opportunities to play a larger role in our mission.
How to Join
For information on how you can be a part of one of our Giving Societies, please call 727-767-4199 or send an email to email@example.com, and a member of our team will reach out to you.
Contributions of $1,000 or more annually
The support of our Children's Champions donors make them champions for the patients in our care.
Children's Arch of Hope
Contributions of $10,000 or more annually
The individuals, family foundations and privately-owned corporations in our Children's Arch of Hope giving society help us to build healthier futures for children.
Individuals and families who support the hospital through legacy planning
Our Dream Builders have made a commitment to remember the Foundation in their estate plans through their will, living trust, charitable trust, life insurance policy or charitable gift annuity. As strong advocates for the mission of Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital, they are creating a lasting legacy to help the children in our care.
Cumulative lifetime contributions of $100,000 or more
The Centennial Society honors these donors' steadfast contributions to help our patients.
The 1926 Society
Cumulative lifetime contributions of $1 million or more
The 1926 Society is named for the year civic leaders and members of American Legion Post 14 rallied the community to create a special place for children who suffered from the effects of polio and other crippling diseases that would nearly a century later become Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital. While our mission has evolved over the years to caring for all children, the spirit of those generous leaders lives on in the 1926 Society.
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