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    Support the children in our region today.

The Davitts at GCH GalaThe 32nd annual UR Medicine Golisano Children's Hospital Gala Was a Great Success! Thanks to You!

The generosity of 1,000+ donors helped us raise more than $1.3 million on the night of the gala, including an amazing matching gift from honorary co-chairs, Mark and Maureen Davitt. These gifts will help purchase two state-of-the-art ambulances designed specifically for children—allowing us to provide the best care to patients as fast as possible. A special thanks to our major sponsors for their support.

Answering the Need for Pediatric Mental Health Services

Tom Golisano responded to the growing shortage of services for children with mental health issues, by making a $5 million gift to help establish the Golisano Pediatric Behavioral Health & Wellness building. The remainder of the project will be funded through additional philanthropy and by URMC.

Read more about the project. A Path Forward »

Help children who need access to these vital services by giving today.

Invest in the Future

What would you give to help find cures and life-saving discoveries and to help educate our children’s future doctors to be among the best in the country?

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Child Life Wish List

superhero action figures To donate toys to children at Golisano Children's Hospital, please view our list of the top ten needed items.

Naming Opportunities

New Golisano Children's Hospital Explore Golisano Children's Hospital for unique naming opportunities.

You Make A Difference

Miracle Kid - BenSee how your donations make a difference. Our Miracle Kids have amazing stories to tell.

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