Children's Hospital of San Antonio Foundation

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The Children’s Hospital of San Antonio is accepting donations

The Children’s Hospital of San Antonio is accepting donations

Children’s Hospital of San Antonio Foundation

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We Need Essential Supplies

We need donations of essential supplies from the public as medical teams prepare for a surge of COVID-19 patients in the coming weeks. Acceptable items include: Face masks (wrapped/unopened are preferred). Key types include: New or unused disposable face masks N-95 mask (sometimes called respirators) Eye protection including face shields (clear color shields) and safety… See full description
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About us "The story of The Children’s Hospital of San Antonio began in 1869, when the Sisters of Charity of the Incarnate Word arrived in the area to extend the healing ministry of Jesus Christ. In those days, San Antonio was still very much a part of the “wild west” — a frontier town plagued by a cholera epidemic and the remnants of the Civil War. From the beginning, the Sisters made children a top priority. However, it wasn’t until 90 years after their arrival that their focus became exclusively pediatric; in 1959, the Sisters joined with local leaders to build the area’s first and only hospital for children. Today, the name, physical buildings, and management have evolved. The Children’s Hospital of San Antonio now resides in the CHRISTUS family, even as the Sisters continue to play an important role. We’ve grown to become an internationally recognized academic and research hospital. But the commitment to the area’s children has never wavered, and we are honored to carry on the Sisters’ legacy as a family-centered, faith-based non-profit."