Throughout diagnosis and treatment for childhood leukemia, Luke and his family have drawn strength from gathering support for Packard Children’s.
Giving Comfort provides thoughtful comfort kits for patients undergoing cancer treatment. The kits send patients a message - that someone is wishing them hope, strength, patience and comfort.
Eileen and Gary from Palo Alto have come to support Packard Children’s thanks in large part to Gary’s long career at HP. Through the years, they have seen how Packard Children’s has made an impact in the lives of their neighbors.
Inspired by their own experience with cancer, the Bommakanti family has found meaningful ways of supporting patients and families at Packard Children’s.
An exciting partnership between Stanford and the Food Allergy & Anaphylaxis Network may lead to new breakthroughs in food allergy research.
Volunteering at Packard Children's for 20 years has been an especially meaningful way for Annie to demonstrate her support for children's health.
Ambassadors for Lucile Packard Children's Hospital (formerly Circle of Friends) offers unique ways to connect with the Hospital through volunteer opportunities, fundraising events, and personal philanthropy.
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