When a child is diagnosed with an illness or suffers a traumatic injury, you want the best medical resources available – close to home. With the support of generous donors, Atrium Health Levine Children’s has quickly established itself as a nationally recognized hospital that offers comprehensive medical care for children from birth to young adulthood.
Philanthropy helped build Levine Children’s, which opened debt-free in 2007, and donations are crucial to supporting vital programs and services, such as:
- Specialized medical equipment for intensive care, cardiovascular surgery, and physical in-patient / out-patient therapy.
- Pediatric Cancer Research (Phase I and II Clinical Research Trials). Learn more about the Carolinas KIDS Cancer Research Coalition.
- Patient and family services, such as the Child Life Program, Family Resource Center, and the Ryan Seacrest Studios.
You can improve medical care for children in our community in a variety of ways:
Many people choose to donate directly to help infants and children, and they can choose different funds based on their interests. Make a donation.
Join the Dreamcatcher Society
Another popular way to help is by joining a giving society and pledging a specific level of support over multiple years. Learn more and get involved with our Dreamcatcher Society.
Participate in an Event
Every year, thousands of people support healthcare for infants and children by participating in events, such as the Hopebuilders annual 5K and In the NIC of Time. Check out our events calendar.
Learn more about the Seacrest Studios (open since July 2013), a unique resource for patients and families at Levine Children’s. The Seacrest Studios were brought to Levine Children’s by the Ryan Seacrest Foundation and other generous donors, and continue to be supported by many private donors throughout the community.