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The Star-Ledger. Michele Howe

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

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 »

Courier Press. Jimmy Nesbitt

Dr. Irwin Redlener, a top Clinton health care adviser, was joined by President and Senator Clinton's daughter, Chelsea Clinton, to talk about her mother's plan for health care. Read more »

Memphis Business Journal.

The Children's Health Fund will give a boost to Le Bonheur Children's Medical Center's mobile health division with funding for a medical director and other assistance. The new program, the Memphis Regional Children's Health Project, will be added to the hospital's current mobile health program, "Le Bonheur on the Move." Read more »

Contribute Magazine. Keith C. Epstein

GlaxoSmithKline supports Children’s Health Fund’s Referral Management Initiative. Read more »


Dr. Redlener and Paul Simon were nominated for the Times 100 most influential people. Read more »

New York Post. Don Kaplan

Simon Cowell visits Children’s Health Fund programs and Mobile Medical Units in the South Bronx for Idol Gives Back. Read more »

New York Post. Don Kaplan

Simon Cowell toured two mobile medical units operated by the Children’s Health Fund as they saw neighborhood kids and visited the apartment of a single mom with Lupus. Read more »

Associated Press. Derrik J. Lang

Beneficiaries this year include the Global Fund, Malaria No More, Children's Health Fund, Save the Children, Children's Defense Fund and Make It Right, Pitt's campaign to help New Orleans recover from Hurricane Katrina. Read more »

The New York Times. Edward Wyatt

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 »