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Help Us Help Children

Because of donations, Wolfson Children’s Hospital is consistently ranked among the nation’s best children’s hospitals and we are able to provide care to all children, regardless of their family’s financial situation. Your support helps provide the doctors, facilities and innovations that give children in our area the best chance for hope, health and happiness.

Ways to Give

Your generosity can change a life for a lifetime and there are many ways for you to give:

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Make a Gift

Gifts to Wolfson Children’s Hospital are used for many purposes, from purchasing new equipment to helping families feel more comfortable during their stay.

Start a Fundraiser

You can start your own community event or fundraiser for Wolfson Children’s Hospital with support from the Baptist Health Foundation.

Hope Starts Here

Help us ensure a healthier tomorrow for children by making a gift to support our new Borowy Family Children’s Critical Care Tower, a place for new beginnings and hope for the most medically fragile children in North Florida, South Georgia and beyond.

Create a Legacy

Through planned giving you can establish a legacy of giving that benefits children for years to come.

Join the DreamCoat Society

Our DreamCoat Society is a group of generous donors who offer vital support to our hospital.

Support the Women's Board

The Women's Board has raised funds and awareness for Wolfson Children's for over 40 years.

Donate toys to Child Life

By donating items from the Child Life Wish List, you help kids be kids through learning and play, even when they are in the hospital.


Give your time, organize a group project or donate much needed items to help patients and their families.

Purchase Holiday Cards

Share the joy of the holidays (or year round) with cards designed by our patients. Your purchase supports the volunteer services of our Wolfson Children’s Auxiliary.

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