• Helping Children | Memorial Health Foundation

     

    The Memorial Health Foundation supports The Children’s Hospital at Memorial University Medical Center (MUMC) – the only children’s hospital in southeast Georgia. In February 2014, Memorial launched the Kids Only capital campaign, a $20-million, five-year campaign, led by chair Jackie Rabinowitz to open a stand-alone pediatric hospital in partnership with Novant Health. The facility will be called The Children’s Hospital of Savannah.

    The Children’s Hospital at MUMC provides inpatient and outpatient services to children from birth through age 18. It is the home of the region’s only Level III neonatal intensive care nursery, a life-saving facility for critically ill or premature newborns. The Children’s Hospital offers cancer treatment, pediatric surgery, special services for children with disabilities, and much more. When you make a gift to The Children’s Hospital at MUMC, you help ensure the health and well-being of children throughout the region.

    Childrens Building Illustration

    We invite you to make a donation to Children's Miracle Network Hospitals to support children in our region. Simply text the word MEMORIAL to 50555. Or, donate online.

    Additional Information

     Children’s miracle stories presented by Children's Miracle Network Hospitals and our media partner, WTOC-TV. Watch inspiring stories of children who received care at MUMC.

    The Next Generation is a volunteer organization founded to benefit The Children's Hospital at MUMC. The Next Generation is assisting the Kids Only campaign by fundraising to purchase a new pediatric transport vehicle. 

    The One Hundred is a volunteer organization started by a local pediatrician. Members are dedicated to raising funds for The Children’s Hospital at MUMC. The One Hundred is assisting the Kids Only campaign by raising funds for our pediatric emergency department. 

    Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals is a nationwide alliance of premier children’s hospitals. We are proud to be part of this life-saving network.