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First Day of Radiothon – Snapchat Story


Our 9th Annual DVE Rocks for Children’s Radiothon had a great first day! Check out our Snapchat story with some highlights! Remember there is still time to donate! Visit

Walk for Children’s – Snapchat Story


Held on June 4, Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh Foundation hosted the first-ever Walk for Children’s, a 5K walk and patient champion parade, which celebrated the culmination of the 125th anniversary year of Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC. More than 180 teams and over 2,500 walkers participated in the walk, held at Flagstaff Hill in Schenley Park…. Read more »

Walking for Bennett


Bennett was born with more complexities than your typical child. One particular complexity that he was born with was a rare, congenital cystic airway malformation  known as congenital cystic adenomatoid malformation, that needed to be removed. In February of this year, Bennett had a full lobectomy, removing the bottom lobe of his right lung. Because he… Read more »

My Story of Organ Transplant and a Personal Link with My Surgeon


We don’t always know how our life experiences may affect our paths or how our lives may intertwine with those most important to us. I don’t remember having a liver transplant.  And I don’t remember battling the original disease which I was born with.  But that’s because it all happened before I was a year old…. Read more »

World Down Syndrome Day


World Down Syndrome Day was first observed by the United Nations on March 21, 2012.  It has been celebrated on March 21 every year since then.  Why March 21?  Well, it’s all about the genes!  Most people have 23 pairs of chromosomes.  Chromosomes are what carry all of our genes. People with Down syndrome inherit one… Read more »