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Samsung Volunteers Pitch in to Help Kids


Samsung held its first-ever day of service in the U.S. last week—and we’re proud to be among the charities they chose to help!

In Dallas, about 20 volunteers assembled goodie bags with toys for our young mobile medical clinic patients.

In New York City, more than 25 Samsung employees helped paint the daycare center of our community partner, the Southeast Bronx Neighborhood Center.

Dr. Redlener to Receive Schweitzer Prize


Dr. Irwin Redlener Schweitzer Award

Children’s Health Fund Co-Founder and President Irwin Redlener, MD, will be honored with the prestigious Albert Schweitzer Prize for Humanitarianism on November 7.

Tackling Health Barriers in the Classroom: Phoebe Browne


Phoebe Browne brings unique insight to her role as our Healthy and Ready to Learn coordinator: she’s seen first-hand how untreated health problems affect students in the classroom.

As a teaching fellow at a middle school in the South Bronx last year, Browne had one student whose glasses broke in October.

City Kids get a Taste of Summer


Summer can be a tough time nutritionally for kids in low-income neighborhoods. Without school breakfast and lunch to rely on, children may find themselves subsisting on inexpensive snack foods like chips and soda.

But this summer, nutrition programs at our Dallas and New York locations are helping kids and their families make good choices about food – while having fun.

"A Responsibility to Heal" Unaccompanied Migrant Children


Photo: For illustrative purposes only.

Children coming from Central America across the U.S. border have been in the headlines in recent weeks. But the plight of undocumented and unaccompanied young immigrants is not news to Children’s Health Fund.

Congress Continues Failing to Invest in Kids


Childrens Budget 2014 Congress fails to invest in kids

Federal spending on children is dropping 60 percent faster than federal spending overall. That’s just one of the alarming conclusions of Children’s Budget 2014, the latest installment of the annual spending report issued by advocacy group First Focus.

Asthma Crisis in the Classroom

Principal Ora Beard on asthma
Principal Ora Beard knew something was wrong.

Kids and Asthma: How You Can Help

Walter Schmidt fundraiser Children's Health Fund

Aaron Neville sang. Walter Schmidt rode his bike. But you can use almost any activity or event to raise money to help kids with asthma!

Molina's asthma rap video aims to help teens get their symptoms under control

Check out this great asthma video for teens – complete with an asthma rap!

 Asthma teen rap video from Molina Healthcare

Baton Rouge's Ingrid Cook Honored With REAL Award

We’re excited to announce that Ingrid Cook, the wonderful nurse practitioner from our Baton Rouge program, has won the REAL Award from Save the Children & Frontline Health Worker Coalition.

Cook (r) with Dr. Shaun Kemmerly, Medical Director of the Baton Rouge program

The REAL Award honors "healthcare workers who are saving lives every day around the world."

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