Ways to Help
One of the most personal decisions you can make in life is the decision to include a charity in your long-term plans. Our mission is to care for all children, regardless of a family's ability to pay. Learn more about creating a legacy to help the kids at All Children's Hospital here.
A gift in tribute to someone you love is an extraordinary way to pass that love along to children who need your help today. There are many ways to honor a loved one - a holiday or birthday gift, anniversaries, graduations or even to celebrate a milestone.
Many corporations will match the personal gifts of their employees. You can make your donation here and request matching funds from your employer. It's a great way to make the most out of your donation dollars.
For the children and families who need the high quality care that All Children's provides, the difference our volunteers make is immeasurable. There are many ways to help a child through volunteering at All Children's Hospital - directly with the hospital, through an organization, fundraising, family assistance and much more.
Development Council members advocate for children through friend-raising and fund-raising opportunities in the Tampa Bay community. The Council instills community ownership of children's health care issues through education, volunteering and more.
Toys and child-appropriate gift items are needed throughout the year at All Children's Hospital for newborns through age 21. Because our needs are so great, we also include a list of high-demand items for your convenience.
The Children's Circle of Care is an exclusive national society of philanthropists who, through generous contributions, choose to make a lasting difference in the lives of children through a significant contribution of $10,000 or more per calendar year.
All Children's Hospital Guild is a service organization whose mission is to advocate, volunteer, and fundraise for children and families of All Children's Hospital through nine branches spread out of over four counties in our service area. The Guild has donated more than $10 million to the hospital since its inception.