Children's Health Festival of Trees 2020
Each year 112,000 babies, children and teens rely on Providence Children’s Health for compassionate care, hope and healing. Amid the pandemic, this care is even more important. Generous community members such as you can support our programs that bring life-changing care to local children and their families.
By giving generously, you will help sustain and advance specialized programs for children in need, including:
- Providence Center for Medically Fragile Children - cares for children who will need complex medical care for their entire lives. It is the first and only pediatric skilled nursing facility in the Pacific Northwest.
- Swindells Resource Center - provides families free resources, information, education and peer-to-peer support. Last year our centers, located in Portland and Medford, served more than 20,000 families.
- Camp Erin - the only weekend camp in Oregon where children, ages 6-17, can be with other children who are coping with the death of a loved one.
- Providence Neonatal Intensive Care Units - care for the tiniest babies throughout Oregon, some as young as 23 weeks.