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Our Mission

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.

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326,410 Patient Visits


Patient care visits made possible by contributions to the Connecticut Children's Annual Giving Fund, which touches every corner of the Medical Center.

Annual Pediatric Transports


Patients in need of critical-care were transported to Connecticut Children's from regional hospitals. Of that, more than 300 were NICU babies.

ED Visits


Patient visits to the emergency department which equates to more than 152 per day. No one is turned away due to an inability to pay.

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ZumbaTHON Feb 11

Greer Field House
Storrs, CT
February 11, 2018

HuskyTHON Feb 17

Greer Field House
UCONN-Storrs, CT
Feb 17-18, 2018


Upcoming Events

ZumbaTHON @ Hugh S. Greer Field House - UConn
Feb 11 @ 12:00 pm – 4:00 pm

ZumbaTHON is the best way to get prepared for HuskyTHON’s 18-hour dance marathon! It’s a 4-hour Zumba Fitness dance party, and all for a great cause! On February 11th, from noon to 4 pm, your favorite UConn Bodywise instructors will be rockin’ the UConn Field House with your favorite dance styles: Salsa, Merengue, Samba, Cumbia, Reggaeton, Hip-hop, Pop, Bollywood, and more!

ZumbaTHON & HuskyTHON are open to anyone — not just UConn students!

Bring your friends, family, colleagues, classmates, teammates, coworkers… whomever! Stay as long as you’d like — every instructor will be teaching during every hour, so if you have a favorite (or several favorites, as the case may be), you can’t miss them!

There is a $5 pre-registration fee (open until 11:59pm on Thursday, February 8th) or $10 at the door and this money will go towards your personal Donor Drive page for HuskyTHON 2018 to benefit Connecticut Children’s Medical Center – For The Kids

HuskyTHON is an annual fund-raising effort coordinated by the students at the University of Connecticut. Since starting in 2000 they have raised more nearly $4 million and have set a goal of raising $1 million for their February 2018 event. For more information about HuskyTHON, please visit

HuskyTHON @ Hugh S. Greer Field House - UConn
Feb 17 @ 6:00 pm – Feb 18 @ 12:00 pm

HuskyTHONHuskyTHON is a year-long fund-raising effort coordinated by students at the University of Connecticut, which culminates in an eighteen-hour dance marathon celebration over the course of a weekend in February.

From humble beginnings, HuskyTHON has grown to become the largest fund-raising event in support of Connecticut Children’s. UConn students are proud of this accomplishment, but they are not stopping there. Their motto is “FTK” (For The Kids), and while their efforts are always evolving, their core purpose remains the same:

“Together with Connecticut Children’s Medical Center, we believe in giving children the care they deserve.”

Aedan's HuskyTHON arrival
Aedan, a patient at Connecticut Children’s, arrives at the 2017 HuskyTHON to be welcomed by more than 3,000 UConn students.

Since starting in 2000 they have raised nearly $4.0 million and have set a goal of raising $1.0 million for their February 2018 event.
Read the $1 million goal announcement>>

For more information about HuskyTHON, please visit

Connecticut Children’s Medical Center is a nationally recognized, non-profit children’s hospital and serves as the primary teaching hospital for UConn’s School of Medicine. They are one of 170 children’s hospitals across the US and Canada that comprise Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals.

At these hospitals, 62 children are treated by highly trained professionals every minute – that’s one child every second.

From cancer to a traumatic injury or a genetic disease, Connecticut Children’s always has their doors open and never turns a family away.

Aces for Kids Golf Outing @ Blue Fox Run Golf Course
May 19 @ 7:00 am

The course at Blue Fox Run is calling!

Registration Open Soon

Aces for Kids Charity Golf Tournament supporting the Advanced Cancer Care Program at Connecticut Chiildren'sThe Aces for Kids Golf Outing supports the Advanced Cancer Program at Connecticut Children’s Medical Center and has become one of the largest golf fundraisers on our calendar! We need your help to continue the Aces for Kids legacy of supporting the most comprehensive patient-centered program in the region.

Connecticut Children’s Advanced Cancer Program provides access to state-of-the-art therapies for patients with resistant or recurring cancers. For patients seeking hope in a new treatment, we provide options close to home. In addition to using today’s most advanced technology. Connecticut Children’s is working to define tomorrow’s innovation through vigorous research and exploring new treatments and cures.

For over fifteen years’ friends from the community, business leaders and volunteers have teamed up to make a difference in the fight against cancer. Together we have raised almost $800,000. With your help, all children with advanced and difficult-to-treat cancers will receive the specialized care they need and deserve.

The Aces for Kids Golf Outing was launched in 2002 by Glen Greenberg at Turbine Controls Inc. (TCI). Now, 16 years later, Glen’s passion and commitment to helping children with this devastating disease has inspired Barnes Aerospace. As a formidable presence in the aerospace manufacturing industry, Barnes Aerospace has taken the reins of Aces for Kids, with a goal to raise $100,000 this year.We are grateful for the opportunity to carry on this tradition and raise crucial funds for children and families at the Medical Center. We deeply appreciate your commitment to these kids through your participation in the Aces for Kids Golf Outing.


Bill Gonet
Vice President, Sales and Marketing
Barnes Aerospace

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My second pregnancy was a smooth, healthy one with no red flags on any of my routine ultrasounds. Rylan was born in Waterbury on Monday, October 6, 2015 weighing 9lbs 1oz. There were no red flags at the time of Rylan’s birth. It was not until 24 hours later, when he was ready to be discharged, that everything changed. Rylan went for two routine tests. A hearing test and a fairly new test for newborns- the pulse ox test (non-invasive test measures blood oxygen in the body).

This is the test he failed….

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