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CHF in the News

Memphis Medical News. Holli W. Haynie.
6/13/2008
 

In partnership with The Children’s Health Fund (CHF), a national network committed to providing healthcare to the nation’s most underserved children and families, Le Bonheur launched the Memphis Regional Health Project. Read more »

InStyle Magazine.
6/3/2008
 

Nicole Richie hosted the Richie-Madden/Children’s Health Fund fundraiser at Cusp Botique in Los Angeles. Read more »

Fabsugar.com
6/2/2008
 

Nicole Richie partnered up with Signorelli to create T-shirts benefitting the Children’s Health Fund. Read more »

People Magazine. Shruti Dhalwala.
6/2/2008
 

When Nicole Richie was contacted by high-end, do-good brand Signorelli to help raise funds for the Children’s Health Fund, she couldn’t say no. Read more »

Kaiser Network.     
6/2/2008
 

More than half of Louisiana and Mississippi residents affected by Hurricane Katrina in August 2005 continue to experience significant mental health problems, according to researchers of Operation Assist -- a joint effort that involves the Children's Health Fund and the National Center for Disaster Preparedness at Columbia University's Mailman School of Public Health. Read more »

CNN.
6/1/2008
 

Transcript of an interview with Dr. Irwin Redlener about the Katrina mental health study done by the Children’s Health Fund and the National Center for Disaster Preparedness. Read more »

The Non-Profit Times. Michele Donohue
6/1/2008
 

Carol Sumkin, vice president of development at the Children's Health Fund (CHF), said the New York City-based nonprofit saw a jump in Web traffic after the show and it "cultivated a wonderful boon to the organization." Read more »

Associated Press. Janet McConnaughey
5/30/2008
 

People being moved out of Hurricane Katrina trailers will need immediate help from social service agencies, the president of the Children's Health Fund said Friday. Read more »

The Star-Ledger. Michele Howe
518/2008
 

Grocery shopping can now help children in need: through May 31, Shoppers at any A&P, Waldbaum's, SuperFresh and The Food Emporium can donate to The Children's Health Fund at the check-out register. Read more »

USA Today. Greg Toppo
4/29/2008
 

Hurricane Katrina appears to have triggered a sharp rise in serious school discipline problems throughout Mississippi, new research finds — for students who were displaced by the 2005 storm and those who weren't. Read more »