“I could hear the medical staff saying from behind the curtains, ‘He has no pulse, he has no pulse,’ I couldn’t believe my little boy was in there.” ~ Roger Quinones

You can help save lives and give hope to all of San Diego’s sickest children. Your giving is deeply appreciated and your support is urgently needed to meet our hospital’s most critical needs in the areas of equipment, technology, care and research. This is why we urgently need your gift today – so we can continue to provide the latest and most effective treatments to all children who come through our doors, children like Ian.

13-year-old Ian Quinones was in full cardiac arrest when he arrived at Rady Children’s Hospital and if it wasn’t for the support of caring people like you, this active ninth grader wouldn’t be alive and well today.

Because at the end of the day, all that matters is doing everything humanly possible to save children’s lives. Please take a moment to make your online donation now and increase the odds of survival for a critically ill child.

Your support is that important. You are the strength behind our care and it’s your generosity that ensures that we have the very best equipment and technology needed to save young lives.

Oh behalf of Ian, his family, our staff and all of our patients, thank you! We are deeply grateful to have you as part of our wonderful family of supporters and ask that you please lend your support today.


P.S. Please watch our campaign video below to see Ian tell his story in his own words, along with two other amazing children your support has helped save.


Fingertip Facts

  • As a non-profit hospital, our critical life-saving work would not be possible without caring community members like you.

  • More than 88% of children hospitalized in San Diego and Imperial counties come to Rady Children's.

  • US News & World Report ranks Rady Children's as one of the best hospitals in the nation in 10 pediatric specialties.

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