Where do donations go?
All funds raised are split equally between St. Louis Children's Hospital and SSM Health Cardinal Glennon Children's Hospital. Some examples of where your donations could go are listed below in these CMN Hospitals funded programs.
Music Therapy: Trained professional use the clinical and evidence-based music intervention to assist with gross, fine and oral motor skills; cognitive development and psychosocial goals.
Art Therapy: Trained mental health professionals use the creative process of art making to improve and enhance physical, mental and emotional well-being of individuals of all ages.
Healthy Kids Express: Mobile pediatric units that provide free health screens, dental screens, immunizations, physicals and health education to children 1-18 years olds in medically underserved areas in St. Louis. This program has provided more than 200,000 screenings and follow up treatment to children in need.
School Program: Provides licensed teachers in a school room environment to all in-patients who are hospitalized for three days or more. The program teacher corresponds directly with the patient’s school for assignments and curriculum to help keep the child up to date.
Costas Cancer Center: Day hospital which provides a comfortable setting for children to receive prolonged treatments (such as chemotherapy and transfusions) without having to be admitted to the hospital.
Dana Brown Neonatal Intensive Care: Level IV, 60 bed state of the art unit that provides private rooms for baby and parents.
Dallas Heart Center: Comprehensive heart center for children with congenital heart defects. The team of pediatric cardiologists and pediatric heart surgeons work together to design specific treatment plans for each child’s needs.
Knight Of Columbus Developmental Center: Specializes in care for children with special needs. The Center is staffed by a team of experts in developmental pediatrics, neurology, genetics, psychiatry, psychology, speech/language pathology and occupational therapy. In 2007, it was designated as a Missouri Center for Autism by the department of Mental Health.