Transforming Lives 2.0 Capital CampaignGive Now
We're Transforming the Future of Healthcare for Children in New Jersey and Beyond
We have a sizable journey in front of us to meet the growing demand for specialized pediatric services, but we are taking on this challenge because we believe that all children should have access to care and the opportunity to reach their full potential. From infrastructure expansion to life-changing research studies, Children's Specialized Hospital will transform the future for children in New Jersey and Beyond.
A Message from the Campaign Committee Co-Chairs
We have volunteered to co-chair this campaign because we have witnessed children achieving miraculous results at Children’s Specialized Hospital; we believe in adapting for the future to ensure the availability of critical care to all children; and we care deeply about the children and families in our communities.
Children’s Specialized Hospital serves over 38,000 children per year and has been an integral part of children’s healthcare in New Jersey and the New York Metro area for over 125 years. The dedicated staff of doctors, nurses, therapists, and researchers will always strive to do more because as long as there is one child with special healthcare needs who is not being served or not receiving the specialized attention they deserve, their work is not finished.
This campaign will not only update and improve current CSH facilities but also expand their reach into new communities, providing access to more children. Beyond the planned infrastructure initiatives, this campaign will give CSH the necessary funding to continue their commitment to discovery, innovation, and development, from important research to expanding access to virtual telehealth visits and confronting the escalating behavioral health crisis.
Your support will secure the advanced delivery of care to children with special healthcare needs not only locally, but throughout the United States and around the world. Today, we ask that you join us in building a future in which all children have the ability to reach their full potential.
Ed McKenna Mark Montenero
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