For 30 years Children’s Health Fund has been providing health care to some of America’s most disadvantaged children.
What started in 1987 with the idea of delivering vital health care to children living in New York City’s homeless shelters, has grown into a national network of 26 programs in 15 states and the District of Columbia. To date, our medical professionals have provided more than 4 million doctor visits to children and family members, in bustling cities such as New York and Los Angeles, as well as remote rural areas like West Virginia and Southern Arizona.
But our work is so much more than numbers – every child we see has a unique tale to tell; that’s why this year we will share 30 stories from Children’s Health Fund programs from around the country. These short adventures will introduce you to both our patients and our dedicated providers and chronicle the unique challenges kids face and the heroic efforts our providers undertake to make sure kids get the care they need and deserve.
We hope these stories leave you inspired to join us as we strive to reach more kids, with more services, in more places, and to ensure the children of today grow into the healthy and productive adults of tomorrow.
Please enjoy, and on behalf of the children we serve, thank you!
Click here to visit our 30 Stories page and view new stories as they are posted.