Ambassadors is proud to support the Lucile Packard Children’s Fund and Fund-a-Need Opportunities.

Give With Us

Our members are passionate about investing in our community through philanthropy. Our proud Ambassadors members choose to either support our group venture or make an annual contribution to an area of philanthropic interest. Ambassadors members are presented with unique philanthropic opportunities to make the greatest impact at Lucile Packard Children's Hospital Stanford and the child health programs at Stanford University School of Medicine.  Annual Fund-a-Need

 

Fund-a-Need 

As Ambassadors for Lucile Packard Children's Hospital Stanford, we unite by choosing to support one specific need or the School of Medicine. You can learn more about previous fund-a-need projects here. For more information on this year's fund-a-need please click here.  here.

Our only membership requirement is a meaningful philanthropic contribution to our annual fund-a-need or an area of your choosing. 

 

Lucile Packard Foundation for Children's Health, Children's Fund:

The Children's Fund helps Packard Children's Hospital Stanford meet its most pressing needs each year in areas that are not covered by medical insurance but are critical and important to providing the best care to all patients. Contributions can be allocated to the Children's Fund or to any area you and your family choose to designate your gift. Please email ambassadors@lpfch.org with questions. 

 

YOUR IMPACT

Elena  Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital Stanford is home to groundbreaking treatments that save children’s lives every day. Thanks to pioneering care developed by our Heart Center specialists, children like Elena with complex heart conditions can now enjoy a bright future. More information about Elena can be found here. 

Elena 
Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital Stanford is home to groundbreaking treatments that save children’s lives every day. Thanks to pioneering care developed by our Heart Center specialists, children like Elena with complex heart conditions can now enjoy a bright future.

More information about Elena can be found here

Miranda  Thanks to our hospital's nurturing environment, Miranda has received a lifetime of outstanding care. "I used to get blood drawn sitting on my mom's lap," recalls Miranda, who first came to us as a baby. "Now I have my driver's license and I go on my own." More information about Miranda can be found here.

Miranda 
Thanks to our hospital's nurturing environment, Miranda has received a lifetime of outstanding care. "I used to get blood drawn sitting on my mom's lap," recalls Miranda, who first came to us as a baby. "Now I have my driver's license and I go on my own."

More information about Miranda can be found here.

Shanty  Even though she’s being treated at our Hospital, Shanty had a chance to celebrate Halloween at our Trick-or-Treat Trail. From princesses to vampires, our halls were filled with hundreds of costumed kids laughing and enjoying one of our most-loved annual traditions.

Shanty 

Even though she’s being treated at our Hospital, Shanty had a chance to celebrate Halloween at our Trick-or-Treat Trail. From princesses to vampires, our halls were filled with hundreds of costumed kids laughing and enjoying one of our most-loved annual traditions.

Jackson  When he was 2 years old, Jackson battled cancer, enduring chemotherapy and two liver transplants. Jackson’s family credits our doctors’ perseverance and teamwork for saving his life, allowing him to grow up to become a talented little league pitcher. More information about Jackson can be found here.

Jackson 
When he was 2 years old, Jackson battled cancer, enduring chemotherapy and two liver transplants. Jackson’s family credits our doctors’ perseverance and teamwork for saving his life, allowing him to grow up to become a talented little league pitcher.

More information about Jackson can be found here.