At Connecticut Children’s Medical Center Foundation, our mission is to support the Medical Center. By bringing together patient families, donors, community members, philanthropic partners and others to raise the financial resources needed to invest in people, research, technology and state-of-the-art equipment, we can support Connecticut Children’s in providing the care our children need and deserve.
Patient care visits made possible by contributions to the Connecticut Children's Annual Giving Fund, which touches every corner of the Medical Center.
Patients in need of critical-care were transported to Connecticut Children's from regional hospitals. Of that, more than 300 were NICU babies.
Patient visits to the emergency department which equates to more than 155 per day. No one is turned away due to an inability to pay.
My name is Grace Bergin, and I am holding my ninth annual lemonade stand fundraiser on Memorial Day to support the Clinical Care Center for Cancer and Blood Disorders at Connecticut Children’s Medical Center. In addition to my lemonade stand, I am fundraising online for Connecticut Children’s to meet my 2017 goal of $25,000.
My lemonade stand will be set up on the Farmington parade route. I also have several mobile units – wagons stocked with lemonade to take through the crowds after the parade finishes. Lemonade is $1 for parade goers, and free to police, firefighters and members of the military. All of the lemonade is donated by Whole Foods Market Bishop’s Corner in West Hartford.
I started volunteering when I was very young and was inspired by the book, “Alex and the Amazing Lemonade Stand.” As a patient of Connecticut Children’s Medical Center, I wanted the money to benefit my local children’s hospital.
Since 2008, I have raised more than $125,000 — $25,027 last year alone, all thanks to amazing support from my family, friends and the community.
Please visit my stand on May 29th during the Farmington Memorial Day Parade.
I hope you can help me reach my 2017 goal of raising $25,000 for Connecticut Children’s Medical Center.
Thank you for your support!
Nate’s Junior Warrior Run challenges kids to age appropriate obstacles that will have junior warriors crawling through mud, climbing, carrying and having a great time! Children ages 10-18 will join their peers to compete as a team or participate as individuals. All obstacles are optional and there will be numerous volunteers stationed throughout the course to help out.
Nate’s Junior Warrior Run is not a timed event. This is a challenge to our junior warriors to perform their best, challenge themselves, make new friends, and help fellow warriors to the finish line!
At the finish line, all junior warriors will receive a Finisher Medal and are encouraged to join in the food, music and entertainment surrounding the day!
Nate’s Junior Warrior Run challenges kids to compete on and off the course. Event registration includes an online fundraising page that provides all the tools needed for FUNraising success! Fundraising is optional but encouraged. We also offer a Virtual Warrior registration for those who want to help, but are not able to participate. All funds support clinical trials, research and family support for the Care Center for Cancer and Blood Disorders at Connecticut Children’s Medical Center.
Designed by legendary course architect Robert Trent Jones Sr. and opened in 1969, Lyman Orchards features Jones’ signature use of landscaping and water hazards to inspire strategic play. Enjoy the classic New England scenery of this Audubon Society Cooperative Sanctuary.
The event kicks off with registration and a continental breakfast at 8:00 am, followed by a shotgun start at 9:30 am on the Jones Course. The tournament will be four-man scramble format, with complimentary beverages available on the course and lunch at the turn. Following play is a tented banquet with awards ceremony and raffle drawings.
In 1994 a dozen Burt Process Equipment personnel from the Manufacturing and Engineering departments got together to play what would be the first annual Burt Process Golf Tournament. In 2003 the event became a fundraiser and continues to grow and evolve from year to year, now proudly hosting over 120 golfers.
Since 2006, Burt Process has supported Connecticut Children’s Medical Center, with over $38,500 donated to date. Your participation will help invest in the necessary people, resources and technology that define the exceptional care local children depend upon and deserve.
Miriam was just seven years old and in the second grade when she was diagnosed with Crohn’s disease, a type of inflammatory bowel disease that left her in constant pain. Dairy products and fried foods were among the first foods to disagree with her. Popcorn, nuts and other foods soon followed. “My stomach was hurting constantly and I was missing a lot of school,” said Miriam who, today at 14, has lived with Crohn’s disease for half of her life….