Members of our groups make a real difference in the lives of our patients. Members of these groups have opportunities to participate in social events as well as fundraising activities. Please consider joining one or more of our groups today.
Our Affinity Groups:
The Women’s Auxiliary to Children’s
The Women's Auxiliary is a separate non-profit organization established in 1962 with a mission to render efficient and effective service to all units of Children's Health. Members have been dedicated ambassadors of Children's Health for more than 50 years.
The Children’s Trust
The Children’s Trust was established in 2002 and plays an important role in helping Children’s Health fulfill its mission to make life better for children. Members consist of couples and individuals who are passionate about pediatric health care and dedicated to providing leadership through service and philanthropic support to the hospital. The Children's Trust has grown to include nearly 300 members annually and has given more than $1,400,000 to Children's Health.
The Junior Leadership Board
The mission of the Junior Leadership Board (JLB) is to connect high school students with Children’s Health through volunteering, fundraising and learning about the medical industry from our leaders.
“The One” Society
The mission of “The One” Society is to support Children’s Health by engaging and fostering young leaders to make life better for children through philanthropic, educational, fundraising, volunteer and social opportunities.
Our Friends Groups:
Friends of Food Allergy
The Friends of the Food Allergy Center are dedicated to promoting awareness of pediatric food allergies and raising funds to support the Food Allergy Center's care of children and its research to find cures.
Friends of the Center for Autism and Developmental Disabilities
Joining the Friends is a tangible way for you to help advance the understanding of autism, Fragile X syndrome, Down syndrome and other neurological developmental disabilities. Friends will make the difference in speeding research discoveries that will reach patients expeditiously, in propelling newly established treatments to the mainstream of clinical practice, and in recruiting talented faculty members.
Our Recognition Groups:
The Bradford Society
The Bradford Society recognizes those who embrace the mission and work of Children's Health by naming the hospital as a beneficiary in their personal financial and estate plans.