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Where Does $100 to the Children’s Hospital in Washington, DC Go?

The Children’s Hospital (CH) in Washington, DC is one of the leading pediatric hospitals in the country. Established in 1870, CH is a non-profit 501 (c) (3) corporation with 7,850 employees that work in the network of hospitals, outpatient clinics – 19 health centers, outpatient centers, and mobile health units – and emergency rooms that collectively fall under CH. Read more »


Where Does $100 to the Children’s Hospital Foundation Go?

The Children’s Hospital Foundation (CHF) serves as the fundraising arm for the Children’s National Medical Center (also known as the Children’s Hospital) in Washington, DC. ┬áTypically non-profits post revenue and four types of expenses (program, grants, management, and fundraising) but CHF reports the revenue from fundraising and the costs associated with the fundraising and the grants awarded. The Children’s Hospital reports the revenue collected (primarily from patients and insurance) and the costs of the programs and management. Read more »