Thanksgiving is a time to acknowledge everything we’re grateful for and at Akron Children’s Hospital, our list is pretty long. From donors to volunteers to staff to patient families, there are so many people who make the lives of our patients and patient families better through the donation of their time, talents or money. In […]
There’s a lot going on at Akron Children’s and in pediatric healthcare, in general, and this section is designed to help keep you in the know.
Jack Robert Donatelli first smiled at 5-weeks old and never stopped. He loved entertaining his audiences with pat-a-cake and funny faces; but more importantly, he brought his family much happiness and love. When Jack passed away at 8-months old, his grandparents, Bob and Connie Donatelli knew they wanted to do everything they could to […]
The holidays can be busy, but you can find the time to help support Akron Children’s Hospital this year while getting your holiday shopping done. Here are some ways you can share the giving spirit: Wayside Furniture in Akron: donations will be matched up to $100 from Nov. 25-28 to benefit our Safe […]
The Holiday Tree Festival returns to the John S. Knight Center for its 35th year starting November 19. Since it began in 1982, the festival, which is presented by the volunteers of Akron Children’s Hospital, has raised more than $5.3 million to support our patients and programs. “For 35 years, the Holiday Tree Festival has […]
For the past 35 years, the Holiday Tree Festival has offered people a creative way to bring their interests and passions to life. It’s also become a way for people to honor the memory of someone who made an impact in their life. For Nicci Avalon, Joni Fitch and Sara Lundenberger, the person they came […]
Three-year-old Aaron Sanyasi left Akron Children’s Hospital sitting a little bit higher and whole lot safer in a new car seat. With the help of translator Singh Rai, Aaron’s mom, Bali, left with all the information she needs about local traffic laws, how to install a car seat and how it will keep Aaron safe. […]