We invite you to stay home, get comfy and enjoy a bowl of your favorite soup while once again supporting the Night Owls Guild of Children’s Hospital Association with your generous donation. Unfortunately, due to COVID-19, we are heartbroken that we can't gather with you in person.
Through the Night Owls, your donation helps to fund programs that support health care related needs of children and their families. Please help us continue this important work.
Children’s Hospital Association needs us now more than ever. We hope you will help us achieve our goal of raising $3,000 by September 26th.
THANK YOU for considering a donation. You can donate online or send a check. Click the DONATE button for all the details. Click here to download a form to send with your check.
NIGHT OWLS GUILD
Almost fifty years ago, a group of women from the northern suburbs — all who enjoyed crafting and an evening away from home — gathered to form the Night Owls Guild of Children’s Hospital Association. Known for their unique and beautifully crafted items, their crafts were widely sought after at the CHA Bazaars for many years.
Throughout the years they have raised funds for CHA through the sales of poinsettias, cookbooks and spring plants. Their talents were called upon to set up silent auctions for “Author! Author!”, the American Craft Council and the CHA Galas. For many years the Night Owls also helped with the Great Clips Golf event. Their Fall Soup Supper called “Soups on for Kids”, remains their popular current fundraiser, and they are always available to lend a helping hand to other guilds and CHA projects when called upon. The Night Owls have made lasting friendships among one another and continue to be a vital part of CHA.
ABOUT CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL ASSOCIATION
Children’s Hospital Association is the largest cumulative donor to Children’s Minnesota. For almost ninety years, CHA has committed to funding innovative, integral health care programs at Children’s Minnesota. We achieve our fundraising goals through our premier fall event, a spring event called Table Talk, fundraising from our 10 Guilds, an Annual Campaign, and many tributes and memorial gifts. CHA’s donors and volunteers are guided by the knowledge that rare and challenging circumstances require many hands and extraordinary care.