The Hope Guild brings together passionate people and the business community who want to give back to children’s health. We believe that people and businesses want to be part of something bigger than themselves. The Hope Guild has set out to be “A Force for Good” with Children’s Hospital Association. We’re fundraising to support children, parents, and families that are going through pain, suffering, and emotional events.
By giving to the Hope Guild, 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.
Over the years, the members of Hope Guild seen more than his fair share of Children’s Hospital Association’s good work. Most of our members have know someone that has been effected or touched by a healing hand at CHA. They are friends, family, neighbors, and community members.
A small, mighty group came together under the same goal and vision with their own story of love, resiliency, and support. That’s why Hope Guild has set out to raise funds for Children’s Hospitals Association: to be a force for good through its members and the business community. We’re committed to helping kids and their families receive the best possible care at Children’s Minnesota.
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.