Giving to Children's Hospital
At the UVA Children's Hospital, children receive special care in a warm, friendly environment designed especially for them and their families. Our Children's Hospital offers total healthcare — everything from well-baby visits to heart transplants — and conducts breakthrough research in childhood diseases.
How You Can Help
Champions of UVA Children's Hospital
Champions of UVA Children's Hospital provide support that spreads wellness and comfort to our youngest patients.
Children's Miracle Network Hospitals
Builds partnerships with individuals and corporate sponsors at the national level to support children's health at the local level, including here in our own community.
The Jeffrey's Gifts Fund
Jeffrey's Gifts provides surprise bags of special toys to children fighting cancer at UVA Children's Hospital.
The Du Bose Fund
Supports hospitalized children (especially NICU babies) and their families by providing for items and services not included in the normal operating budget.
The Heart Family Fund
Provides food vouchers, gas cards, and lodging for families traveling from across Virginia to UVA Children's Hospital Heart Center.
The UVA Teen Health Center
Gives teens a place to turn for care and information and offers a wide range of services and programs specifically designed for young adults, their families and their healthcare providers.
The Jennifer Fund
Supports research and education for childhood cancer and blood diseases and provides amenities like video games, phone cards, toys and recliner chairs to make patient and family stays more comfortable. When Jennifer Marshall was diagnosed with leukemia, her parents, Ginny and Steve, created the fund to help other children like Jennifer.
The Bradley W. Jackson Fund
Supports families facing financial hardships while their child is undergoing treatment for cancer. While a student at Virginia Tech, Bradley was diagnosed with a brain tumor and sent to UVA for treatment. When he passed away in 1996, his parents established the fund to honor Bradley's life and help other families face the challenges of long-distance care.