Fundraise Your Way for Kids

Every fundraiser makes a difference.

Fundraise Your Way for Kids

Every fundraiser
makes a difference.

How It Works

Ideas
Start Your Own Fundraiser

Got a fundraiser in mind? Honor a loved one or caregiver, forego birthday gifts or maybe complete a half marathon. Whatever you choose to do will help us do what's right for kids.

Create
Personalize Your Fundraising Page

Customize your page with photos or videos and your story of why you're raising money for St. Louis Children’s Hospital.

Raise
Raise Money
to Help Kids

Reach out to friends and family—through email, social media or phone calls—and ask them to donate or join you.

Popular Fundraising Ideas

Dedicate a
Milestone

Dedicate Your Milestone

Ask your network to make a difference by donating in honor of your special day.

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Ask your network to make a difference by donating in honor of your special day.

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Pay tribute
to a loved one

Create a Tribute or Memorial

Create a tribute to honor or remember a loved one.

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Create a tribute to honor or remember a loved one.

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Honor a
Caregiver

Honor a Caregiver

Give back to a nurse or doctor who impacted your Children's Hospital experience.

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Give back to a nurse or doctor who impacted your Children's Hospital experience.

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Get creative
with your event

Get Creative

Running a 5K? Hosting a party? Tie in an event already happening and fundraise 4 kids!

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Running a 5K? Hosting a party? Tie in an event already happening and fundraise 4 kids!

Get Started

Your Impact

Pediatric care is complex. It requires child-friendly facilities and services that meet the unique psychological and emotional needs of children and their families. Unfortunately, the things kids need aren’t always covered by insurance.

Your fundraising empowers us to do what’s right for kids, instead of just what’s best for the bottom line.

Success Stories

Maddie

Maddie

Maddie

Maddie overcame a brain tumor and has been cancer free since January 2016!

Caysen

Caysen

Caysen

Nurses took Caysen to the Zoo, reviving his spirit while he waited for a heart transplant, which he received in late 2016!

Ashanti

Ashanti

Ashanti

After spending many days in isolation for her cystic fibrosis, Ashanti plans to study pediatric pulmonology to some day help kids like her.

Isaiah

Isaiah

Isaiah

Formerly afraid of dogs, Isaiah now plays and laughs with Moxie the therapy dog during long sessions in dialysis for his kidney disorder.

Spencer

Spencer

Spencer

As the only pediatric patient in the U.S. to receive a heart/lung transplant in 2016, Spencer is getting back to what he loves: hockey!

Vivian

Vivian

Vivian

After celebrating her 4th birthday at the hospital, Vivian rang the bell, signifying the end of her leukemia treatment!