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CHF in the News

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 »
 
Newsday. Rhoda Amon
1/30/2008
 
CHF’s Long Island Children’s Health Project launched a new mobile dental van that will bring healthier smiles to hundreds of Long Island children. Read more »
 
The Record (Bergen County, NJ).
1/29/2008
 

Eric Claus of A&P presents Dr. Irwin Redlener with a check for the Children’s Health Fund.  Read more »

US Weekly.
1/14/2008
 

Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt show needy kids they care during the holidays at a Children’s’ Health Fund event in New Orleans. Read more »

Today's Money, Giving to Charity
11/26/2007

The Today Show's financial expert features CHF as model charity for it's effective use of funds donated. CHF has earned a 4-Star Charity Rating from Charity Navigator -- the highest rating.

.87 cents of every dollar donated to CHF goes directly to Children's Health Fund programs.  

 

Paul Simon Children's Health Fund Another Round: Compromise After President's Veto
Paul Simon and Irwin Redlener, co-founders of the Children's Health Fund, went to Washington to speak out against the President's veto and to speak on behalf of the millions of children who go without basic health care in America.

Irwin Redlener Washington D.C. Another Round: Compromise After President's Veto
Paul Simon and Irwin Redlener, co-founders of the Children's Health Fund, went to Washington to speak out against the President's veto and to speak on behalf of the millions of children who go without basic health care in America.

Calls for Candidates to Discuss Poverty Grow Louder hello

Our 27th Annual Benefit, featuring performances by co-founder Paul Simon and musical guests Dave Matthews and Aaron Neville, was covered in major outlets including the Wall Street Journal and New York Post. Celebrity magazines such as Star also took an interest.

Our program in Southern Arizona just keeps growing! Last month, Medical Director Darlene Melk, MD, met with the local school board about plans to increase services in the town of Willcox.

A mobile medical clinic will visit the school there twice a week, with dental services twice a month.

Willcox is town of 4,000 about 70 miles north of the Mexico border. Its isolation and sparse population can make access to health care difficult.