Los Angeles Dodgers Join Forces with Petros and Money Show to Help Kids

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On Monday, Jan. 27, Los Angeles Dodgers alumni players will visit Children’s Hospital Los Angeles for their annual Dodgers Winter Caravan to boost the spirits of patients and families at the hospital. Children’s Hospital Los Angeles has been a favorite […] Read More

The Bumpus Family Journey and Letter of Thanks

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The following letter was sent in by Trish Bumpus, mother of Lilly Bumpus, a little girl who was diagnosed with Ewing’s sarcoma (a rare bone cancer) before she was 4 months old. Dear team of doctors, nurses and Child Life […] Read More

Kohl’s Plush Animals and Books Help Children’s Hospital Los Angeles

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Did you know these adorable plush animals can help our kids? As part of the Kohl’s Cares for Kids Program, stores are offering these plush favorites and classic children’s books for just $5.00. If you make a purchase between now […] Read More

Imagine TV Special on ABC 7—A Celebration of Hope

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Save the date or set your DVR for Imagine: A Celebration of Hope, a three-time Emmy award winning, television special. Date: Saturday, Jan. 4, 2014 Time: 6:30-7:30 p.m. Channel: ABC7 Hashtag: #ImagineCHLA Share on Twitter Be moved and inspired by […] Read More

Delta Air Lines Takes Patients on a Magical Flight to the North Pole

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For the third consecutive year Delta Air Lines, Inc. (Delta) invited Children’s Hospital Los Angeles patients on a fun-filled trip to the North Pole by way of the Delta hangar at Los Angeles International Airport (LAX). Upon arrival at LAX, […] Read More

Conan O’Brien and Team Coco Challenge You to Help Children’s Hospital Los Angeles

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Team up with Team Coco for Children’s Hospital Los Angeles This holiday season, Children’s Hospital Los Angeles is teaming up with Conan O’Brien and Team Coco in two great ways to raise awareness and funds to help us treat kids […] Read More

“Going Over the Edge” for Autism


He did it! Aaron Tanner literally went over the edge for autism. Congratulations for raising over $2,000 to help kids and families with autism spectrum disorders. On Saturday, July 27, Aaron Tanner, MS, CCC-SLP, will go “Over The Edge” to […] Read More

Ways to Live Forever. A Film Benefiting Children’s Hospital Los Angeles

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The moving journey begins in select theaters, Friday, July 19. Like most teens, Sam and Felix are curious and have the urge to explore. Yet, Sam is also diagnosed with leukemia and feels his days are limited. Join Sam and […] Read More

Together, You and Walgreens can help our Kids. Plus a visit from Yo Gabba Gabba!

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From June 1-30, visit your local Southern California Walgreens and help us treat kids better. Whether Walgreens is your go-to place for family needs, snacks, magazines or prescriptions, consider visiting your local Southern California Walgreens from June 1-30. Here’s why, […] Read More

Platelets for Playoffs Western Conference Finals with the Los Angeles Kings

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June 3-8: Platelets for Playoffs Western Conference Finals with the Los Angeles Kings! Children’s Hospital Los Angeles Blood Donor Center has teamed up with the Kings Care Foundation for year two (and round two) of Platelets for Playoffs (#PlateletsforPlayoffs). Donate […] Read More

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