Our Donors

Philanthropy creates care and cures for children in the Tampa Bay community and beyond. The support of thousands of donors funds research to discover better treatments, train and graduate our first class of residents and ensure the unique health care needs of every child in our care were met. 
 
We are honored and grateful to have the support of individuals, corporations and other organizations from across Tampa Bay, throughout Florida and beyond.
 
Please join us in recognizing those donors who are making significant and meaningful investments ensuring that kids in our community are receiving the very best health care available.

Children's Champions 

Our $1,000 or more annual donors are champions for the patients of Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital and therefore, each one has earned the title Children’s Champion.

The 1926 Society 

In 1926, 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. While our mission has evolved over the years to caring for all children, the spirit of those brave and generous leaders lives on within our donor community. The 1926 Society is comprised of donors whose cumulative lifetime contributions of $1 million or more have transformed Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital into a pediatric academic health system

Children's Arch of Hope

Children's Arch of Hope recognizes individuals, family foundations and privately owned corporations who contribute $10,000 or more annually.

Dream Builders

Dream Builders are strong advocates for the mission of Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital who have made a noble commitment to remember our Foundation in their estate plans through gift vehicles such as a will, living trust, charitable trust, life insurance policy or charitable gift annuity. They are creating a lasting legacy to help the kids in our care.
 
We wish to thank all of our donors for dedicating their time, talent and treasure to creating healthy tomorrows... for one child, for all children.