Under the Sea: Kay Jewelers team treats patients to underwater-themed adventure

Underwater Adventure carnival

Sea creatures, sunshine and smiles were on hand recently when Akron Children’s patients and their families were treated to an aquatic-themed carnival in the Emily Cooper Welty Expressive Therapy Center.

Patient families and staff reunite to celebrate Graffiti Project

Perkins Square Park resembled a family reunion on Aug. 13 when patient families and Akron Children’s employees came together to celebrate the conclusion of the Graffiti Project. The Akron Children’s Hospital Foundation created the Graffiti Project as a way to honor, remember and celebrate the hospital’s current and former patients.

Akron Children’s Mahoning Valley begins construction and renovation to inpatient units

Construction and renovations have begun on Akron Children's Beeghly campus

Construction and renovations have begun for our special care nursery and inpatient unit on our Beeghly campus. The inpatient unit will have more room to expand, while the special care nursery will provide private rooms for all patient families.

LOPen visitors help cancer patients find strength

Jaiden was all smiles when singer Ryan Cabrera celebrated his birthday with him.

Our cancer and blood disorders patients enjoyed special visits last week from celebrities in town participating in the 12th annual LOPen Charity Events, which has raised more than $400,000 for our programs since it began.

Akron Children’s celebrates our “champions” at donor recognition events

Members of The Junior League of Youngstown, a Children’s Advocate Award honoree.

At Akron Children’s Hospital, we’re grateful for all our donor “champions” who dedicate their time, talent and treasure to support our hospital and its mission. In May, we enjoyed returning the favor during our Champions for Children’s and Champions for Our Valley’s Children events. Both evenings gave us an opportunity to celebrate our hospital supporters […]

Ohio CycleWorks Charities set to ride 3,000 miles to support hospital

Ohio CycleWorks Charities, a team consisting of Bryan Ray, Matt Geis, Brian Zupancic and Shawn Aker, will bike 3,000 miles across the country in Race Across America (RAAM).

Ohio CycleWorks Charities, a team of four cyclists, is set to take off Saturday, June 14 at 12 p.m. in the Race Across America (RAAM). The cyclists, Bryan Ray, Matt Geis, Brian Zupancic and Shawn Aker, will bike 3,000 miles across the country from Oceanside, Calif. to Annapolis, Md. in an event built on a foundation of giving back to the community.