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How Your Gift Helps Children

Thank you for supporting Nemours and for touching the lives of children with your generosity. At Nemours, we treat every child as our own — and transform lives in truly amazing ways. We have made it our mission to provide world-class pediatric care and pursue life-saving research in our hospitals and clinics. And we go far beyond patient care to educate families, promote wellness and safety, and be a proactive voice for children on local and national levels.

As one of the largest non-profit organizations devoted to children’s health, Nemours invests in programs and services that benefit the health and lives of children. Your gift,
no matter how small or large, is vital to our mission of helping and healing children.


Where Your Gift Goes

100 percent of every contribution goes directly to support patient care, programs, services, education, research, and advocacy that benefit children and families.
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Ways to Give

There are many ways for you to help children, including annual gifts, contributions to honor or remember, support for special events, and even planned gifts to benefit Nemours in the future.
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Who We Are

Nemours began more than 70 years ago with
the vision of Alfred I. duPont to improve the
lives of children and to do whatever it takes
to prevent and treat even the most disabling childhood conditions.
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Patient Stories

Your gift helps provide the promise of a healthier future for children.

  • Ear Anolamies
    Ear Anolamies

    Brennan was diagnosed at birth with microtia, a congenital condition in which a baby is born with an ear deformity or without one or both external ears.

  • Tetralogy of Fallot: Capucine
    Tetralogy of Fallot: Capucine

    When Capucine was born she seemed perfect, except for a slight heart murmur. Tests revealed that Capucine had Tetratology of Fallot, a cluster of heart defects.

  • Otolaryngological Surgery: Icylin
    Otolaryngological Surgery: Icylin

    Two-year-old Icylin suffered many of the problems common to micro preemies, as babies of her weight and gestational age are known.

  • Leukemia: Kaley
    Leukemia: Kaley

    After her family thought she had tonsillitis, Kaley was diagnosed with leukemia and treated at Nemours Center for Cancer and Blood Disorders.

Thanks for Your Support

Thanks to the generosity of people like you, Nemours can offer the promise of a healthier future for children at our newly expanded Nemours/Alfred I. duPont Hospital for Children.

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Special Events

There are so many opportunities available for individuals, sponsors, and Nemours Associates to celebrate and support the important work we do together. Learn More »