For the Children.

In This Issue

Learn more about Adrian and the Buckle Up for Life program.

Additional Resources

Buckle Up for Life

A photo of Adrian.

The Buckle Up for Life program delivers important vehicle safety education that is changing behaviors – and keeping children like Adrian safe.

Angels for Eosinophilic Disorders

A photo of Luke, a patient with an eosinophilic gastrointestinal disorder.

Zeke Angel knew the first day he met young Luke Zicarelli that he wanted to do something to help this brave and positive boy – and all the others like him.

Working Together to Improve Outcomes

A photo of Cole, a previous Cincinnati Children's patient who currently works for the Anderson Center.

The James M. Anderson Center seeks to address problems in the delivery of optimal care, while collaborating with other leaders to make the health care system the best it can be.

Max's Mighty Mob

A photo of Max's Mighty Mob participating in Cincinnati Walks for Kids.

The Meyer family will participate in their third Cincinnati Walks for Kids to help fund research for bone marrow failure.

Pioneering Work Leads to Lasting Gift

A photo of Dr. Rauh, and his wife.

Joseph Rauh, MD, founder of the adolescent medicine clinic, and his wife, Trudy, continue to support Cincinnati Children's with their gift of life insurance.

Ask Karen

A photo of Karen Ecker Kratz.

What's preventing you from planning?

Sincerely Yours


Read a letter from Jim Saporito, president of the Cincinnati Children's Hospital Foundation.

In the News

  • Kindervelt Reaches Milestone: $15 Million in Gifts
  • Special MRI Improves Care
  • Clinic Founder Passes Away
  • Virus Aids Cancer Treatment