A tribute gift to St. Louis Children’s Hospital is a unique and thoughtful way to celebrate weddings, anniversaries, graduations or just to let someone know you’re thinking of them. Your tax-deductible gift will help us continue our mission to do what’s right for kids.
Create a special, meaningful tribute to a loved one by giving a gift in their honor or memory, and you’ll make a difference for kids in need of care. Tribute recipients or their families will receive a customized acknowledgment card, without reference to amount, to notify them of your thoughtful gift. You may also include a special sentiment.
Guardians Fund Art Tile
Honor someone special, mark a milestone, give thanks for the care you’ve received and be a part of something new by sponsoring a Guardians Fund Art Tile.
For a gift of $250 to the Guardians Fund, you can have a name or short message (26 character max) of your choosing located on a tile that will be incorporated into a unique mosaic mural that will be prominently displayed in the Hospital upon completion. Each tile will also contain artwork drawn by a student, employee or a child who has received care at the Hospital. The mural is anticipated to be unveiled in early 2019.
For more information, visit ProjectSNAP.org/STLChildrens
Olson Family Garden
For nearly two decades, St. Louis Children’s Hospital has provided a space where patients and families can surround themselves with beauty and serenity, during an otherwise overwhelming time. In 2000, the Olson Family Garden was created – an 8,000-square-foot oasis, just outside the hospital’s eighth floor. We are pleased to offer the following opportunities for friends to participate in supporting Children’s and the Garden through various tribute options. The purchase of a garden tribute will support our Garden fund, used to maintain and sustain the 7,000 flowers, plants and trees, as well as a variety of structural items, located in the Garden.
Tree Sculpture – Leaf Plaques
We are offering three different leaf-plaque sizes that will feature a name or a short inscription. Leaf plaques remain on the tree for five years. During that time, the St. Louis Children’s Hospital Foundation will maintain and replace the plaque, as necessary.