Children's Health Festival of Trees 2021
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 and families, including:
- Providence’s Safety Net for Families Fund supports unmet needs of families receiving care in our women’s clinics, family practices and pediatric specialty clinics. The fund provides support like temporary rental assistance to help a family stay in their home. Donations also help provide underserved pregnant women with items and services not covered by insurance. During the pandemic, the fund has provided life-giving aid to women and families in need.
- Providence Center for Medically Fragile Children provides respite care for medically fragile children who are cared for at home. Providence Child Center is the first and only pediatric skilled nursing facility in the Pacific Northwest. Donor support has been essential for decades, improving facilities, providing specialized equipment and activities that enhance our care and the dignity and quality of the children’s lives.
- Swindells Resource Center provides families free resources, information, education, and peer-to-peer support. Last year, the Center pivoted to online/virtual support and provided more than 20,000 points of contact with families in need. Providence cares for more children with special health care needs than any other health system in Oregon.