She Can Do Anything
Landry's heart complications were discovered before birth. Her pacemaker acts more like a typical heart, allowing her to do what she sets her mind to do. Today she is thriving and loves sports. Her mom says she wants her to have no fear while understanding her situation and managing the risk accordingly. Give from your heart this season and support Nationwide Children's Hospital.
Your Donation Helps Kids
Your donations provide hope by funding life-saving research and care. It illuminates our path as we continue to provide compassionate care right here in Central Ohio, regardless of a family's ability to pay.
Thank you for helping kids everywhere.
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Your generosity helps patients like these
Good things come in twos and twins, Mariah and Milan, are no exception. Born at just 26 weeks and each weighing under two pounds, this pair joined Nationwide Children's Hospital’s population of smallest patients. Learn more about Mariah and Milan's story.
Jocelyn was diagnosed with Acute T-Cell Leukemia/Lymphoma when she was 13 years old. Jocelyn has had multiple treatments at Nationwide Children's since being diagnosed. Read more about Jocelyn's story.
Celebrating Our Donors
Columbus Blue Jackets player Nick Foligno and his wife, Janelle, were thrilled to welcome their first child to the family. Unfortunately, Milana was born with a congenital heart defect and required intensive treatment and surgery. Today, Milana is healthy. The family honored Nationwide Children’s with a donation of $500,000. “How can we help people who are going to be in a similar situation?,” Nick asked the media. “To try and help others is something that’s important to us.”
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Learn How Philanthropy Is Funding Research for Better Outcomes
The Dale and Amy Earnhardt Fund supports Nationwide Children’s courageous patients and their families in the area of pediatric injury rehabilitation, research and prevention, helping patients and families rehabilitate from brain injuries, head and spinal cord injuries, and other physically disabling conditions and injuries.
In 1892, a group of citizens held a sale to raise money for the care of sick, impoverished children. That effort led to the opening of Nationwide Children’s Hospital in 1894. For more than a century, we have existed to care for every child, for every reason.
The Foundation is the fundraising arm of Nationwide Children’s. Our job – with your help – is to ensure much needed funds are available for innovative research, emerging trends in pediatric health, and to react to our ever changing world. Philanthropy ensures that we can dream big.
Over 100 years… That is how long charity, donations, and generosity have enabled us to help children. With your help, we can add another century to our distinguished history.
The Nationwide Children's Foundation serves to further the mission of Nationwide Children's Hospital while meeting donor philanthropic goals. Nationwide Children's Hospital is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization (EIN: 31-1036370)