• Stories of Hope and Giving

    Children and families come to us from all walks of life, with all sorts of conditions. Cincinnati Children’s exists to make sure these kids have a healthy and hopeful future. We are continually amazed at the strength, courage and optimism our patients and their families bring to our door, no matter what obstacles they face. The stories featured here are only a sampling of the miracles that take place at Cincinnati Children’s every day. Meet a few of these kids. We think you’ll enjoy learning about how incredible they are. 

    Dr. Rajaram Nagarajan and Hannah.

    Hannah receives life-long care from the Cancer Survivor Center at the Cancer and Blood Diseases Institute to help her thrive into adulthood.

    Project SEARCH.

    Project SEARCH, a program born at Cincinnati Children’s, partners with schools and employers to transition students with special needs from high school to meaningful employment.


    Riley remains active after surgery to correct mobility issues diagnosed in the new, high-tech Motion Analysis Lab.

    Read Max's story.

    Max spent his first six months in intensive care on dialysis awaiting his life-saving kidney transplant.

    Read Adrian's story.

    Adrian has had countless trips to Cincinnati Children's due to complications of sickle cell disease.


    Morgan's experiences with asthma and painful GERD symptoms prompted her to take action to help other patients.

    > See a List of Our Stories by Condition and Diagnosis

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    Families share their inspirational stories. Watch their video.
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  • Contact Us

    If you have questions or story suggestions, please contact:

    Maggie Brennan
    Donor Relations Officer
    Cincinnati Children's Hospital
    3333 Burnet Avenue, MLC 9002
    Cincinnati, Ohio 45229-3039
    Phone: 513-636-2915

    Please give today.