A Season of Giving benefiting Children’s HealthSM
Presented by NorthPark Center and the Women's Auxiliary to Children's Medical Center Dallas
The Women’s Auxiliary to Children’s Medical Center Dallas continues to build upon their cherished holiday tradition by proudly partnering with NorthPark Center on a reimagined Santa Claus experience benefiting Children’s Health℠. Children of all ages have the opportunity to visit with the iconic NorthPark Santa through interactive virtual visits, featuring a private conversation with Santa, live from the North Pole.
Thanks to our continued partnership with NorthPark Center, all proceeds from virtual visits will be donated to Children’s Health.
Important News from the North Pole
Thank you for the incredible support of Children’s Health through virtual visits with NorthPark Santa! Appointments have sold out for this year, but Santa invites you to read a holiday story with him here. For a full list of holiday activities at NorthPark, visit northparkcenter.com.
If you would like to support Children's Health in making life better for children, you may donate here. As the leading non-for-profit pediatric health system in North Texas, we rely on philanthropic support to enhance care, discover cures and build a healthier community.
Thank you to our sponsors for your incredible support:
- The Stephen M. and Carol A. Cassiani Family Foundation
- Davis Family
- Jennifer and John Eagle
- Mandy and Chase Evans
- The Hankins Foundation
- Hartland & Mackie Family Foundation
- Holly Hassmann
- Hopper Family
- Khatri Foundation
- Lantern Family Foundation - Kristin and Andy Mitchell
- The Paulos Foundation
- Jason Schmidt and Rachel Rucker‐Schmidt
- Walter Family
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Enjoy the magic of the season with holiday experiences and word-class shopping at NorthPark Center, Dallas' finest shopping center.
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As a leading non-for-profit pediatric health system, we are grateful for the generosity of the community helping us make life better for children.
From virtual visits with Santa to patient-designed holiday cards, the Women's Auxiliary offers many opportunities to give back this season.