Meet Our Donors
Duke Children's relies on the support of thousands of generous donors who have given their time, talent, passion and financial support to help fulfill our mission. These donations come from schools, area businesses, foundations, current and former patients and from people like you who care about the health of children.
From the contents of a piggy bank to money for an endowed professorship, each and every penny is important and valued.
Individuals & Families
Caring individuals and families from all over the world support Duke Children's. Many have been personally touched by what we do for kids. All believe in our commitment to provide expert, compassionate care to each of our pediatric patients, as well as responding to the concerns and needs of parents and family members.
Corporations & Foundations
For many corporations, giving to Duke Children's is the most compelling way to support the communities where they do business. A wide variety of organizations support the world-renowned health care programs at Duke Children's.
Duke Children's is supported in many different ways by volunteer leaders who donate their time, expertise, personal resources, and inspiration to ensure that we remain among the nation's top pediatric hospitals.
Duke Children's National Board of Advisors
The primary purpose of the National Board of Advisors is to oversee and promote all activities intended to secure philanthropic support for Duke Children's. Our National Board members give their time and resources to Duke Children's Hospital & Health Center ensuring its placement among the top pediatric programs in the United States. They help to further Duke Children's mission to provide excellence in the clinical care of infants and children, innovation in basic and applied research, leadership in the education of health care professionals and advocacy for children's health.
Honor Roll of Donors
View the 2012 Honor Roll of Donors.
No Time to Spare
The Goodson's learned over the phone that their daughter, Taylor, had a brain tumor. Taylor had immense swelling in her brain and was sent immediately to Dr. Herbert Fuchs, a pediatric neurosurgeon at Duke Children’s Hospital & Health Center.
Read Taylor's story.
Share Your Story
Tell us about your personal experience as a patient or donor of Duke Children's! By sharing your story with us, you will help us tell others about our life-saving work.