When Caroline’s family found out she had osteosarcoma, they came to Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital Stanford for the surgery that would save her arm. See how your support of our facility dog program helped Caroline prepare for her surgery.
At just 33 days old, Bucky became the youngest baby ever to receive an intricate liver surgery at Packard Children’s Hospital. Find out how your support made a difference during a crucial time and see how far Bucky has come since. (Read entire story.)
You Bring Vulnerable Teens Health and Hope (Fall 2020)
You Bring Vulnerable Teens Health and Hope
Your Impact on Research: Fall 2020
The Stanford Children's Health Teen Van mobile clinic makes a big impact in the lives of our patients. Thanks to donors like you, the Teen Van provides extraordinary care at no cost to uninsured and homeless youth. Learn how your support enables the mobile clinic's team to provide COVID-19 testing, nonperishable food items, and so much more to vulnerable youth and their families hit hard by the pandemic. (Read entire story.)
Because of generous donors like you, Athena received a life-saving heart transplant at Lucile Packard Children's Hospital Stanford. Her medical team provides ongoing care, but it hasn't slowed her down! Athena is an active teenager who enjoys dancing, tutoring, and teaching music. Read more about how her brave journey has inspired her to become a pediatric cardiologist. (Read entire story.)
The Packard Paws Facility Dog Program offers patients like Hadley a welcome distraction during hospitalization and treatment. Dogs like 3-year-old Donnie provide comfort and therapy not only to patients, but parents and staff as well. Learn more about how your gifts help bring hope and healing through Packard Paws. (Read entire story.)