Children's Miracle Network Hospitals

Together We Can Create Miracles

Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals work with more than 170 hospitals toward a shared goal: improving the lives of sick or injured children. Since 1983, the organization has raised more than $5 billion to save and improve the lives of kids across the United States and Canada. Texas Children's Hospital is proud to be the Children’s Miracle Network Hospital for the Houston and surrounding area. It means Texas Children's benefits from fundraising activities happening at regional Children’s Miracle Network Hospital retailers and partners. These donations support our areas of greatest needs in care, research and community health programs.


Donate Now

Shop to Give:

Shop at any Walmart & Sam’s Club in store and online from June 13th till July 10th to donate to Texas Children’s Hospital.

Shop at participating Ace Hardware locations on August 5-7th to benefit Texas Children’s Hospital. Grab an Ace Bucket for a $5 donation and get 20% off everything in your bucket.

Buy a blizzard on July 28th from participating Dairy Queen location in and around the Houston area to benefit Texas Children’s Hospital.

Want to game for a good cause? Sign up for Extra Life, our gaming fundraiser and select Texas Children’s Hospital as the benefitting hospital. Then join us for a nation-wide 24 hour gaming marathon on November 5th

How you can get involved:

Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals rely on the support of corporate partners, local businesses, college fraternities, nonprofit organizations and others to fund life-saving care, education and research. Whether you’re a new partner that needs help getting started or an existing sponsor, Texas Children's Hospital can help you plan your fundraising initiative to make a local impact. To learn more or for more information on this program at Texas Children's, please email cmnhospitals@texaschildrens.org or call (832) 824-2120.

Juliana Graves's new heart began beating in her tiny body when she was just 17 days old, making her the youngest heart transplant patient at Texas Children’s Hospital. Today, Juliana is 7 years old and in first grade.

Check out these upcoming Children's Miracle Network and other community events for opportunities to support Texas Children's.

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