Jodi MouratisTuesday, April 6, 2021

Can a Self-Help Platform Provide Treatment for Youth with Eating Disorders?

Learning that their teen has an eating disorder can be difficult and deeply troubling news for parents. Even more daunting for families is finding that they’re unable to get access to care when they...
Jodi MouratisFriday, March 12, 2021

Heart Patient Sets the Stage for Giving

Nathan Zingg has big dreams. A freshman at Chapman University, Nathan is studying screenwriting with plans to one day write movies, star on the big screen, perform standup in clubs, and do improv...
Cynthia J. Brandt, PhD, President and CEOWednesday, March 10, 2021

Curing the Incurable: Breakthrough Therapies Transforming the Future of Medicine

“There is no cure.” These words haunt millions of families whose children face a lifetime of incurable illness. While medications and surgical interventions can improve outcomes, these therapies are...
Erin GrahamFriday, March 5, 2021

Bucky Is Here Because You Care

Bucky loves dancing, watching “Teletubbies,” and playing with anything with wheels,” his mom, Anna Greunke says. “He’s just so happy all of the time.” But when Bucky was 2 weeks old, Anna knew that...
Friday, March 5, 2021

Your Impact on Research: Spring 2021

Dear Friends, Each year more than 8,000 donors like you give to the Children’s Fund , supporting programs and services that aren’t covered by insurance but are vital to the well-being of patients...
Tuesday, February 16, 2021

Elizabeth and Bruce Dunlevie Donate $80 Million to Improve the Health of Mothers and Babies

Elizabeth and Bruce Dunlevie have made an $80 million gift to Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital Stanford and the Stanford University School of Medicine to launch a bold new clinical and research...