Good health is something we want every child to enjoy, so it's not surprising that when we learn of sick children, we wonder what we can do to help.
Since 1922, Mt. Washington Pediatric Hospital has been caring for children with special medical and rehabilitative needs. By sending a contribution to Mt. Washington Pediatric Hospital, you will help support our inpatient and outpatient programs. More than 70 percent of our patients come from families of limited incomes.
You can make an unrestricted gift, or you can designate it to a particular area, such as:
Making an Online Contribution:
Thank you for considering a contribution to support Mt. Washington Pediatric Hospital!
Your privacy is important to us. Our Secure Online Contribution Form is located on a secure server and uses advanced encryption technology to protect information sent over the Internet.
Making a Contribution by Mail:
If you would prefer to make a contribution by mail, please send a check, money order or credit card donation to:
Mt. Washington Pediatric Hospital
1708 West Rogers Avenue
Baltimore, MD 21209
Attn: Development Office
Please make check payable to "Mt. Washington Pediatric Hospital."
*Note: For safety purposes, we cannot accept cash donations.
For more information about making a contribution, contact:
Geannie Darby, CFRE
Mt. Washington Pediatric Hospital is now part of the Combined Federal Campaign, the fundraising campaign for federal employees. If you or a member of your family is a federal employee, please consider making a gift to Mt. Washington Pediatric Hospital when you make your pledge this fall. The hospital's CFC number is 68419. Thank you for your support!
You can also give to our Commemorative Program, through which you can remember a special occasion like a birthday or Mother's Day or send condolences. We send a special card noting that you have made a gift.
Donate a toy or other item. Even a small gift is a big deal to our children!
Raising Funds in the Community
Click here to learn how to organize a fundraiser that benefits MWPH.
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