Unique giving opportunities
Donate an item
While monetary gifts are the most useful to the hospital and can be used to purchase items most in need, we do accept other donations. These may include toys, art supplies and gift cards.
Shop and support kids
Go about your normal shopping routine while giving back to Norton Children’s with the following opportunities:
Swipe your Kroger Plus card and Kroger will donate a portion of your purchase back to the Children’s Hospital Foundation. Norton Children’s Hospital is NOP number 11061.
Connect your Amazon account to the Children’s Hospital Foundation and Amazon will donate 0.05 percent of your purchase to Norton Children’s when you shop at Smile.Amazon.com.
Buy or sell items to benefit Norton Children’s Hospital!
Donate for your special occasion
Do you have a birthday or special occasion coming up? Support sick and injured children by requesting that your guests donate to Norton Children’s Hospital in lieu of gifts. Read more
Upcoming community events
Many generous groups and businesses in the community host fundraisers or special giving opportunities that benefit Norton Children’s. Check in regularly to learn about these unique ways to get involved in the community while supporting a great cause. Read more
See all 2018 Involvement opportunities
Download and share our 2018 involvement opportunities booklet to get a comprehensive guide to all the ways you can support Norton Children’s throughout the year, from attending annual events to volunteering at a gift shop. Download .pdf
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