The mission of the Foundation is to channel family and community compassion into philanthropic action that addresses the financial needs and the mission of Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital through our four tenets: research, education, treatment and advocacy for the children in our care.
Johns Hopkins All Children’s Foundation was created in 1985 to support the mission of Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital and to ensure that charitable donations are stewarded directly toward the greatest needs of the hospital and the patients we serve. As a non-profit Foundation, we partner with individuals and corporations who share our vision that all children deserve the best pediatric care available.
The need to expand the Foundation’s philanthropic efforts grows greater every year. In a time of health care reform and complex advancements in care, federal funding for research and education continues to decrease. In order for Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital to move forward in their efforts to build an academic hospital that is focused on training future physician leaders and staying on the cutting-edge of medical advancements, it becomes the Foundation’s duty to engage people like you in our mission to improve the health of children.
We invite you to join us on our journey to shape the future of pediatric medicine; make research discoveries; educate the next generation of physician leaders and create healthy tomorrows, for one child … for all children.