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Meet Our Donors

As we have been for nearly a century, we are here 24/7 for sick and injured children and their families, thanks to generations of individuals and corporations who have invested in us. Today’s cures and treatments are their legacies. Tomorrow’s can be your’s. Meet some of our remarkable supporters.

On the Healthy Road to Academic Success

threeWith the help of a family foundation, the Johns Hopkins Children’s Center is launching a whole new child health enterprise: the first fully integrated school-based health center in the United States. Learn More About On the Healthy Road to Academic Success


$20,000 Raised for Biliary Atresia Research

cm 2015A family-organized run/walk in Kensington, Md. raises $20,000 for biliary atresia research in our Pediatric Liver Center and for organ donation awareness. Learn More About $20,000 Raised for Biliary Atresia Research


A Nurse Gives Thanks for Medical Research

lea thumbPediatric nurse Lea Armstead recalls a childhood fortified by family and the discovery at Johns Hopkins of a way to relieve the pain of sickle cell disease. Learn More About A Nurse Gives Thanks for Medical Research


Johns Hopkins Students STEP UP for Tots

totesJohns Hopkins University undergraduates recently created and donated more than 300 toiletry kits for pediatric patients and their families at the Johns Hopkins Children’s Center. Learn More About Johns Hopkins Students STEP UP for Tots


Endowing a Legacy of Excellence in Immunology

Rales and WinkelsteinAround the time that pediatric immunologist Jerry Winkelstein was considering his retirement from Johns Hopkins, businessman Joshua Rales was considering his immunologist’s legacy. How was Winkelstein going to protect your legacy, the "great division" he had created? Learn More About Endowing a Legacy of Excellence in Immunology