A Special Membership Opportunity
Children’s Circle of Care is a very special group of philanthropists who donate generously to form a circle of support to help the patients and families receiving care at Rady Children’s.
Through annual gifts of $10,000 or more, Children’s Circle of Care members support a common mission: To advance the work of pediatric healthcare, research and education to benefit children.
Although Children’s Circle of Care has a presence throughout North America through 27 of the most prestigious children’s hospitals, it is most meaningful to our Rady Children’s members that all gifts remain here and benefit children in San Diego.
Children’s Circle of Care ensures that Rady Children’s is ready to help every child who needs us with the finest in medical services and compassionate care.
For more information on becoming a member, contact Amy Weeks at email@example.com or 858-966-8116.
Children’s Circle of Care Events
Children's Circle of Care Spring Celebration
Our “Philanthropy in Action” spring event gave our 2012 Children’s Circle of Care members a unique and exclusive behind-the-scenes look at Rady Children’s and how we care for kids every day.
Members enjoyed breakfast with Children's Circle of Care friends and Rady Children’s physicians and attended a behind-the-scenes look at the Catheterization Lab, followed by a tour of our new 360 Sports Medicine program.
In the evening, members enjoyed a memorable formal dinner to celebrate the successes reached in caring for San Diego’s most seriously ill and injured children.
For our 2013 members:
Circle of Care 2014 Spring Celebration
May 22, 2014
Children's Circle of Care Fall Reception
Each fall for more than 10 years, Rady Children’s has welcomed their Children's Circle of Care Members to a special dinner and outdoor concert at Humphrey’s by the Bay. In September 2013, Children's Circle of Care members gathered to hear an exclusive performance by Kenny Loggins. More than 300 attendees enjoyed hosted food and beverages while celebrating their collective impact on pediatric healthcare.
Kids like William benefit because you care
William’s mom, Valerie, received frightening news during her pregnancy when she learned her child would be born with a congenital diaphragmatic hernia, or CDH, and had only a 50/50 chance of survival. Thanks to the regions only designated pediatric trauma center, at Rady Children’s, and the state-of-the-art facilities, William’s medical condition is stable, and no longer needs follow-up care.