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CHF in the News

The New York Times. Edward Wyatt
4/7/2008
 

Four of the charities that received money last year have been designated for contributions again this year: the Global Fund, Malaria No More, the Children’s Health Fund and the domestic programs of Save the Children. Read more »

New York Post. Jackie Strause
4/4/2008
 

The Children’s Health Fund is the only local charity featured on ‘Idol Gives Back.' Read more »

Berry College Magazine. Karilon L. Rogers
Spring 2008
 

Profile on Dr. Persharon Dixon – Medical Director of CHF’s Mississippi Gulf Coast Children’s Health Project. Read more »

Deseret Morning News (Salt Lake City). Rich Heldenfels
3/26/2008
 

Jane Pauley now chairs the advisory board of the Children’s Health Fund. Read more »

Port Washington News.
3/14/2008
 

Port Washington School District is raising $250,000 to build a Mobile Medial Unit for the Children’s Health Fund. Read more »

Boca Magazine.
3/1/2008
 
Signorelli’s shirts benefit the Children’s Health Fund. Read more »
 
The New York Times. Leslie Eaton
2/15/2008
 
The federal government pledged to intensify its efforts to move Gulf Coast hurricane victims out of trailers and into apartments or hotels after the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention finally confirmed that many trailers were contaminated with high levels of formaldehyde. Read more »
 
Associated Press. John Moreno Gonzales
2/15/2008
 

Dr. Irwin Redlener, a pediatrician who co-founded the Children’s Health Fund philanthropic organization, said FEMA’s plan leaves many in a “no-win situation.” Read more »

Daily News.
2/14/2008
 

Ex-NBC anchor Jane Pauley joined the board of directors for the Children’s Health Fund. Read more »

Washington Post. Mary Beth Sheridan
2/4/2008
 
More than a year after officials in the Washington area began drawing up plans for a large-scale evacuation, they have produced a guide that falls short of their original goals because of differences over turf and individual jurisdictions' plans for confronting a catastrophe. Read more »