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How to donate time, money or goods to Driscoll Children's Hospital, and how those gifts benefit the children of South Texas.

Making Donations

Ways To Give

Driscoll Children's Hospital's Foundation Department can help you find a way to contribute to treating children in need that is perfect for you.

Why Give to Driscoll

Learn how your gifts are being used, be inspired by stories of our miracle kids and discover the numerous benefits to becoming a donor.

Make a Monetary Gift

Make a single gift or give monthly as a Wish Maker, give in honor or memory of someone, or let us help you plan the major gift that's right for both you and the hospitals needs.

Plan a Monetary Gift or Bequest

Major and Planned Gifts covers a variety of charitable choices enabling donors to help Driscoll.

Corporate Giving

Your company's support of Driscoll Children's Hospital through in-kind gifts, matching programs and more will send a positive message to the community.

Special Events

Find out how you can contribute through a variety of fundraising events held throughout the year.

Donate Goods

Learn how you can support Driscoll Children's Hospital by donating toys for patients, books for our Half-Pint Library or items to the Cottage Shop for resale.

Frequently Asked Questions

Find answers to questions you have about giving to Driscoll Children's Hospital such as our non-profit status, where to make a donation and much more.

Cottage Shop

Resale shop owned and operated by the Auxiliary. All proceeds from Cottage Shop sales benefit the patients and families of Driscoll Children's Hospital.



Volunteers are valued members of our hospital adding an extra dimension of care to patient and family services.


The Auxiliary to Driscoll Children's Hospital is so proud to be able to offer scholarships to our patients and Teen Volunteers.

Calling All Artists

The Auxiliary to Driscoll Children's Hospital welcomes art from current or former patients.

Contact Information

Driscoll Children's Hospital
3533 S. Alameda Street
Corpus Christi, Texas 78411

(361) 694-5000
(800) DCH-LOVE or (800) 324-5683

For TTY Deaf Messaging Connect to TTY Interpretation by dialing
(800) 735-2989
Representatives from Katz 21 Steak & Spirits present a check for $10,000 to Driscoll Children's Hospital. The donation to Driscoll is the first for the business.
A Driscoll volunteer distributes donated books to patients as part of Driscoll's Half-Pint Library program.
Top donors to Driscoll recently attended a reception for the unveiling of updates to the Driscoll Wall of Honor bearing their names.
Driscoll Sponsors



Driscoll Children's Hospital adds eight AEDs to non-clinical areas

February 12, 2015
Driscoll Children's Hospital purchased eight Automated External Defibrillators (AEDs), which will be placed in non-clinical areas of the hospital courtesy of a generous donation from the Auxiliary to Driscoll Children's Hospital. The $15,800 donation will help make every hospital visitor - including friends and families of patients...

Annual Fiesta de los Niños is a celebration for those who help make miracles happen

January 13, 2015
Fiesta de los Niños, which began as a small, grassroots effort 23 years ago, has evolved into a high-profile event that many South Texans return to every year. On Feb. 6, Driscoll Children's Hospital's 23rd annual Fiesta de los Niños will bring its signature combination of fun, food and music to the American Bank Center. The event's...

May is National Trauma Awareness Month

May 05, 2014
Remember to always wear your helmet!
CORPUS CHRISTI - According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration more children ages 5 -14 go to emergency rooms for bicycle related injuries than with any other sport, many are head injuries. It is important to keep your head safe and always wear a helmet when participating in a wheeled sport. Here are some tips from...

Driscoll's Teddy Bear Hospital is a chance for patients to be the doctors

April 08, 2014
WHAT: Patients will be the doctors tomorrow during a Teddy Bear Hospital organized by the Stripes Child Life Program at Driscoll Children's Hospital. The event allows children to become more familiar with the medical equipment and procedures involved in their treatment. They'll choose their teddy bear, give it a...