When you shop at one of the companies below that has a promotional campaign that benefits Johns Hopkins All Children’s, your support helps the patients and families at the hospital, as well as the research and training that leads to further advancements in pediatric health care.
Amazon Smile donates 0.5 percent of every purchase you make on Amazon Smile to the charity of your choice. There’s no extra cost to you and signing up is easy.
How to sign up for Amazon Smile:
- Go to smile.amazon.com and sign in with your current Amazon account or sign up for an account if you don’t already have one.
- Search for Johns Hopkins All Children's Foundation, Inc. and select it as your charity.
- After you have selected the Foundation as your charity, bookmark the URL: smile.amazon.com. That way, the next time you shop on Amazon, 0.5 percent of your eligible Amazon Smile purchases will go to the Johns Hopkins All Children's Foundation.
The Chocolate Bark Company
Purchase a Mother Lode Cereal Crunch Chocolate Bark from The Chocolate Bark Company in Sarasota, and $5 from each sale will benefit The Benjamin Gilkey Fund for Innovative Pediatric Cancer Research at Johns Hopkins All Children's Hospital.
Tampa Bay lovers, purchase a “727” or “813” area code hat and a portion of each hat sold benefits Johns Hopkins All Children's Hospital. Purchase online at codewordhats.com or at Simply Elegant Boutique in Tampa.
Play is the Work of Children
Dates: November 15 - December 31
A local artisan designed playful merchandise, designed to highlight how children engage through play and how Johns Hopkins All Children's Hospital utilizes play when treating and educating patients. For every sale, 30% of the net profits will be donated to Johns Hopkins All Children's Hospital. Purchase items online HERE.
Supporting Our Kids with Bellisimo
Dates: 2019 dates TBD
Support pediatric cancer treatment and “go gold” by purchasing a locket with a specially designed yellow ribbon that will benefit Johns Hopkins All Children's Hospital Cancer & Blood Disorders Institute.
Johns Hopkins All Children's Foundation