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Your involvement helps kids thrive.

If you're seeking new ways to support the vital mission of Connecticut Children's you're in the right place. Our team is here to support those who are inspired to give back. We like to say we have something for everyone, and if we don't, we have the tools to empower you to create your own fundraiser!

Meet Our Supporters

Bringing Childhood to Life

The Walt Disney Company has deployed its beloved characters and creativity to reimagine the patient and family experience. The Disney Children’s Hospitals Program offers Connecticut Children’s patients and their families with special opportunities for shared experiences, exploration and play that ease the stress of a hospital stay.

Corporate partners of Connecticut Children’s provide valuable resources that directly impact the communities where their employees and clients live and work.

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Disney Team of Heroes visit in 2019

Helping Children Grow and Thrive

Grants from partners like the Pritzker Children’s Initiative support the Help Me Grow National Center at Connecticut Children’s and its work to support states across the country in their efforts to implement the Help Me Grow Model, a unique system that helps families access beneficial community-based services and resources to help all children thrive. The Help Me Grow National Center additionally utilizes grant support to identify and disseminate smart new ways to achieve positive, equitable outcomes for children served by the Help Me Grow National Affiliate Network which includes 29 states and the District of Columbia, operating 111 Help Me Grow systems, in support of millions of young children across the United States.

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Kids are growing stronger because of you.

An Impressive Team Effort

For Cyndi, an emergency trip to Connecticut Children’s more than 10 years ago meant the difference between life and death. Cyndi, who was 16 at the time, was gravely ill and her organs were shutting down from a fast-moving infection. But thanks to the life-saving care she received at Connecticut Children’s, the New Britain mom is alive and well today and is proud to support the hospital through the Costco Campaign for Connecticut Children’s.

“Costco has always been about connecting with the community,” said Cyndi, who is employed as a supervisor at the New Britain Costco. “Connecticut Children’s is the most prominent children’s health system in our area and is important resource for our members and our communities."

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Cyndi with her daughter

Grateful Parents Give Back

Six-year-old Gavin is a Leukemia survivor who is enjoying his first year in school. He took his last dose of chemo on September 30, 2019 at the age of 4 but over the 2 and half years of treatment Gavin spent over 70 nights in the hospital, was sedated 20 times for spinal taps and chemo in his spine, had more than 60 doses of chemo in his port, two bone marrow aspirations, two blood infections, numerous platelet and blood transfusion, and more than 500 doses of oral chemo.

Today, Gavin's mother, Lindsay, serves as the Membership Co-Chair of Connecticut Children's Connection. "I take great pride in knowing that I have a voice in deciding where membership funding is directed. I feel like I've found a community where I belong and can truly make a difference," says Lindsay.

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Gavin is cancer free!

Explore Our Impact

Hand holding a baby's hand.


Charity Care provided to families unable to pay for their child’s medical expenses

Abby holding microscope


Oncology clinical trials to give kids with cancer and blood disorders new treatment options

Patient and doctor in an exam room with masks on.


Staff trained in Trauma-Informed Care to care better for children and each other