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Renovations at CSH Mountainside Long Term Care Unit Revealed
In late May, we reached another milestone in the  Transforming Lives 2.0 capital campaign, unveiling the renovations at our original hospital in Mountainside. The new state-of-the-art pediatric long term care unit features upgraded patient rooms and the addition of 14 new beds that will allow us to care for a total of 64 children. Fully funded by donations, this renovated space is a testament to the power our donors have to change children's lives.




Children's Specialized Hospital Foundation Awarded $25,000 Children's Hospital Play Grant from The Toy Foundation
Children's Specialized Hospital is one of 19 children's hospitals selected for grant to bring the healing power of play to pediatric patients. This $25,000 award will support our important Activity Connection program that offers recreational and social activities at little or no cost to children with special needs.


Children's Specialized Hospital Foundation Named NJBIZ 2022 Non-Profit Business of the Year!
NJBIZ announced Children’s Specialized Hospital (CSH) Foundation as the winner of the 2022 Non-Profit Business of the Year (1-100 employee category) at the 17th annual award ceremony. NJBIZ named seven companies as a 2022 Business of the Yea from a pool of 40 finalists that have made significant contributions to help the state's business community grow and prosper. 


Hess Gifts Holiday Toy Trucks to Children’s Specialized Hospital Patients with Special Guest John Flaherty

Hess revved up the holiday season with a special delivery of the 2022 Hess Flatbed Truck with Hot Rods to patients at CSH New Brunswick. John Flaherty, former New York Yankees catcher, now YES Network Broadcaster, spent time with each of our patients and their families as he delivered the trucks with Justin Mayer, Hess Toy Truck general manager.


Carli Lloyd Virtually Visits with Patients at CSH New Brunswick!
American former professional soccer player, two-time Olympic Gold Medalist, two-time FIFA Women's World Cup Champion, two-time FIFA Playere of the Year and four-time Olympian, Carli Lloyd spent some one-on-one time with the kids at CSH inpatient hospital in New Brunswick, spreading a message of hope, inspiration and perseverance.



CSH Opens First Outpatient Center in Monmouth County, NJ

Children's Specialized Hospital Foundation celebrates an important milestone in the Transforming Lives 2.0 capital campaign as the doors CSH's newest outpatient center located in Eatontown were opened to patients. The state-of-the-art facility is the first CSH location in Monmouth County and will enhance access to expert, specialized care for local children and families.



November 20, 2021

On Saturday, November 20th, Children's Specialized Hospital celebrated the opening of its new outpatient center in Union, NJ marking the launch of an $89 million initiative that aims to expand access to specialized care to more than 500,000 children in the New Jersey and NY Metro area. Seeking to raise $45 million, the Transforming Lives 2.0 campaign will play a vital role in the expansion of CSH's services to communities where children currently do not have access to the specialized care they need. Dollars raised will also support research projects at CSH that are crucial to the future of children's health in the fields of autism, brain injury, chronic health conditions, cognition and mobility. To date $31 million as been committed to the Transforming Lives 2.0 campaign effort.

The fundraising campaign is co-led by a team of New Jersey superstars. Proud Toms River resident, Major League Baseball All-Star and 2020 Olympic Silver Medalist, Todd Frazier, and his wife, Jackie, serve as honorary chairs. They work alongside campaign chairs and members of the CSH Foundation Board of Trustees, Mark Montenero, President of Autoland Toyota, Jeep, Chrysler, Dodge and Ram Trucks in Springfield, NJ and Ed McKenna, senior partner at McKenna, Dupont, Stone & Washburne and former mayor of Red Bank.