Throughout diagnosis and treatment for childhood leukemia, Luke and his family have drawn strength from gathering support for Packard Children’s.
Giving Comfort provides thoughtful comfort kits for patients undergoing cancer treatment. The kits send patients a message - that someone is wishing them hope, strength, patience and comfort.
Eileen and Gary from Palo Alto have come to support Packard Children’s thanks in large part to Gary’s long career at HP. Through the years, they have seen how Packard has made an impact in the lives of their neighbors.
Inspired by their own experience with cancer, the Bommakanti family has found meaningful ways of supporting patients and families at Packard Children’s.
An exciting partnership between Stanford and the Food Allergy & Anaphylaxis Network may lead to new breakthroughs in food allergy research.
Volunteering at Packard Children's for 20 years has been an especially meaningful way for Annie to demonstrate her support for children's health.
Circle of Friends offers unique ways to connect with the Hospital through volunteer opportunities, fundraising events, and personal philanthropy.
For Pat and John, giving back is part of their philosophy of life. Thanks to a Charitable Gift Annuity, they can support Packard Children’s and themselves at the same time.
With the help of our easy-to-use online tools, Bennet's family helped raise money and awareness in the fight against mitochondrial disease.
Company founders Claire and Michael Silver, in gratitude for the treatment their daughter received, are proud supporters of the cystic fibrosis program at Packard Children’s.
A long-time donor to Packard Children’s, Phyllis created a lasting legacy by remembering the hospital in her estate plans.
Ashley’s life changed when Packard doctors found a hole in her son's heart. Today, she is closely involved with the Hospital, and an annual Children's Circle of Care donor.
The CAHCF recently provided two grants to lay the groundwork for better measurement and tracking of maternal care outcomes.
8-year-old Grace raised over $3,000 for leukemia research by getting sponsors for every birdie she scores in her world junior golf tournaments.
Nancy and Bill decided to join the Chairman's Circle after their grandson was treated for a rare and highly contagious infection.
Bess created a Charitable Gift Annuity, making a generous gift to support children's health while also guaranteeing a fixed income for herself for the rest of her life.
Retailer CVS Caremark has funded the Autism Spectrum Disorders Educational Series, an outreach program of the Stanford Autism Center at Packard Children’s Hospital.
The San Francisco Giants and the Oakland A's share an interest in promoting health awareness and improving the quality of life for Bay Area residents.
St. Baldrick’s recently awarded a pediatric oncology research grant to cancer biologist Alejandro Sweet-Cordero at the School of Medicine.
These local hotels have provided complimentary stays for families of patients receiving care at Packard.
With an endowment to fund junior faculty and research fellows, Harry and Shirley are helping us advance pediatric stem cell research and regenerative medicine.
Longtime friends of Packard, John and Betsy have established endowments supporting palliative care and pediatrics, and make annual unrestricted gifts to the Children's Fund.
Packard’s Teen Health Van provides critical medical services to uninsured and homeless youth across the Bay Area, thanks to support from the San Jose Sharks Foundation.
Walter and Idun Berry decided on Stanford University as the best place to create a postdoctoral fellowship program dedicated to improving the health of children.
Southwest Airlines supports the Hospital by providing patients and their caregivers with complimentary air travel.
The Scheirers were so taken with Packard’s assistance for families that they decided to support interpreter and car seat services at the Hospital.
Ongoing support from Children's Health Fund has helped our Teen Van program provide care to uninsured teens.
A gift of real estate allowed James and Sumiko to support pediatric cancer and respiratory therapy programs.
Inspired by their family’s own experience with Packard, Sharon and Steve decided to become annual donors to the Children’s Hospital.
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