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Our Partnership With the Clinton Global Initiative is Helping Kids Recover in Flint

Clinton Global Initiative Recognizes Our Work in Flint

We've Launched a Mental Health Program for Those Affected by Toxic Lead in Flint

Superstar Camila Cabello Visits Our Bronx Clinics!

Our Mobile Clinics Are Bringing Aid to Louisiana Flood Victims

Every child deserves expert, compassionate care -- and we provide it.

Our group care model is making a difference for new moms -- and their babies!

Our Healthy and Ready to Learn initiative is changing the odds for kids.

Our South Florida program has won the Sapphire 2016 Award for Excellence & Innovation.

Children's Health Fund is top-rated by Charity Watch and accredited by the BBB Wise Giving Alliance. We use your donations carefully and effectively to bring the maximum possible support to children in need.

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New White Paper Explores Telehealth Potential

Can Telehealth Make a Difference? The second white paper out of the Samsung Innovation Center at Children's Health Fund looks at the ways that telehealth can overcome the access barriers to pediatric care.

Alan Shapiro Honored as a Frontline Hero

Dr. Alan Shapiro, Senior Medical Director for Community Pediatric Programs – a collaboration between The Children’s Hospital at Montefiore and Children’s Health Fund – was presented a Lifetime Achievement Award as part of New York Nonprofit Media’s first class of Front Line Heroes: 26 individuals who have displayed excellence in their commitment to serving those in need.

In the News
Dennis Walto discusses the Flint water crisis with MOSH's Melissa Mahler

April 25, 2014 is the day Flint Michigan claimed its independence from Detroit water. The result was a water system contaminated by lead. Two years later to the day, Melissa Mahler spoke with Dennis Walto, Executive Director of Children’s Health Fund, to get the latest information on the Flint Water Crisis, the long-term health implications and what is needed to restore health and heal a community.

In the News
Jane Pauley and Irwin Redlener, MD, discuss children's health on American Graduate Day

Jane Pauley and Irwin Redlener, MD, discuss health barriers to learning for children in poverty on public television's American Graduate Day

Health Tips
Our Family Asthma Guide Helps You and Your Child Understand Asthma

Asthma causes more than 10 million missed school days per year. Learn more about managing the symptoms with our child-friendly guide.

Health Barriers to Learning and the Education Opportunity Gap

Our medical, education and policy experts have published a study on why kids must be healthy to succeed in school.