When you support Dayton Children's...
you help kids enter into the the "world of hope!"
When kids hear bad news like "you have cancer," they often cope with positive attitudes and vivid imaginations that help them to deal with all the scary stuff. In fact, many times kids are even stronger than us grownups and here at Dayton Children's, these little heroes are everywhere.
Every year at Dayton Children's, we see kids facing the scariest of diagnoses - cancer. And yet every year we see them battle against it in the most inspiring ways.
They fight it with amazing courage and strength because these little heroes live in the "World of Hope."
In their World of Hope, these kids aren't fighting cancer - they imagine themselves as a cowboy fighting bandits and a knight slaying the dragon. They aren't taking chemotherapy or having an MRI - they are a princess with a magic potion and an astronaut going into the healing space.
- Dayton area child travels to Capitol Hill to push for better health care access and care coordination
- Dayton Children’s Hospital Board of Trustees chair wins Ohio Hospital Association award
- Dayton Children’s photo featured on Capitol Hill
- Benefits of CT scans in children must be balanced against risks
- Dayton Children’s changes name in a planned re-branding
- Ginger Osenbaugh will celebrate her Anthem Home Run for Life on Wednesday, June 12
CARE House Campaign
We are embarking on a $2 million campaign to build a new children’s advocacy center for Montgomery County. Learn more about ways you can help.
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