What is the Employee Giving Campaign?
St. Louis Children's Hospital Foundation funds programs and services above and beyond those covered by normal hospital operations. The Employee Giving Campaign is your opportunity to participate in our culture of philanthropy and give to the programs and services that support our patients and their families.
To see a list of the supported funds, please scroll to the bottom of this page and click the plus sign on the left.
How do I participate?
Visit the Foundation table during kickoff week or make your donation online. You can donate by payroll deduction, cash, credit card or check.
If you wish to make your donation online you will need to pick up your Employee Giving apparel during kickoff week or at the Foundation office after February 13 (1001 Highlands Plaza Dr. West, Suite 160, St. Louis, MO 63110) Monday–Friday from 8:30 a.m.–4:30 p.m.
Beginning February 13, St. Louis Children's Specialty Care Employees will be delivered through Campus Mail. Only AWS employee shirts will be mailed via USPS.
When is Kickoff Week?
The 2023 Employee Giving Campaign will kick off Monday, February 6 through Friday, February 10. Throughout the week we will be hosting in-person enrollment at various locations.
Can't make kickoff week?
Starting the week of February 13, you can visit the Coffee & Gift Shop at St. Louis Children's Hospital between 7 a.m.–2:30 p.m. to make your donation and receive your 2023 Employee Giving apparel. To ensure you receive a year-end receipt, please complete this form and turn it in when making your donation at the gift shop.
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St. Louis Children's Hospital Employees may make their contribution by credit card or payroll deduction.
St. Louis Children's Payroll Deduction Form
St. Louis Children's Credit Card Form
Washington University Pediatric Partners may make their contribution by credit card.
Washington University Credit Card Form
St. Louis Children's Hospital Volunteers may make their contribution by credit card.
St. Louis Children's Hospital Volunteers Credit Card Form
The funds raised in the 2022 campaign, will fund the following initiatives in 2023:
Community Health Improvement
- Community Health Advocacy and Outreach Operations/Healthy Kids Express
- Project Safety Net
- Safety Stop
- Victims of Violence
Research and Discovery
- Children's Discovery Institute
- Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities Research Center (IDDRC)
Excellence in Care
- Integrated Care & Fertility Preservation Program
- Beads of Courage
- Camp Crescent
- Camp Rhythm
- Center for Families
- Child Health Intervention Prediabetes Program (CHIPP)
- Child Life Playrooms and Teen Lounge
- Child Life Teen Programming
- Facility Dogs
- Family Care Fund
- Hospital to Home Care Transition for Pediatric Cancer Patients
- Motion Analysis Center Full Body Model
- NICU Programs
- Olson Family Garden
- Pediatric Advance Care Team & Hospice
- Therapy Toys
View our list of Frequently Asked Questions or contact Hannah Brenton at [email protected] or 314.286.1270.