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Children's Specialized Hospital Foundation

The mission of Children’s Specialized Hospital Foundation is to support the incredible programs and services of the hospital. When you make a donation, you give a gift that impacts thousands of children with special needs. Your donation makes it possible for a child to receive the specialized health care he or she needs, and learn to walk, talk, eat, and breathe independently – again, or for the first time. We encourage you to explore the ways you can get involved, and make a difference today!

Featured Patient

Leah Hansen

Spinal Cord Stroke

An outstanding third grade softball player known for her infectious smile and tenacity on the field, nine-year-old Leah was playing with her sister when she began to experience tingling in her fingers. Rushed to the emergency room, Leah remained in the hospital and was sedated for six days with no known prognosis.

Finally, there was a diagnosis: a spinal cord stroke. This is extremely rare. Only 2% of all strokes originate in the spinal cord and they are almost unheard of in young, healthy children. 

Leah's Story

Featured Event

Miss America fireside chat

January 13th, 2021

Join Miss America 2020, Camille Schrier, for an exclusive, virtual "Fireside Chat" to benefit Children's Specialized Hospital on January 13th at 6:00 PM EST! This virtual event will feature fun science experiments and the opportunity to live chat with Miss America. There is also the opportunity to receive an autographed photo for yourself and one for a patient at Children's Specialized. You don't want to miss this!

Upon Ticket purchase, you will receive an email with a link to join the live event. 

Purchase Your Ticket Here

 

Featured News

Aaron boone collaborates with hess to donate toy trucks to patients

Yankees manager Aaron Boone teamed with Hess to present new Hess trucks to children who had to spend Thanksgiving at PSE&G's Children's Specialized Hospital in New Brunswick. Boone also visited with the children virtually.

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