Ways To Help
There are so many ways to support Driscoll
Join us at an event. Plan your own fundraiser. Make a donation. Learn about planned giving or ways your company can help children at Driscoll Children’s Hospital.
How will you help get kids back to being kids?
Ways to Make a Gift
Endowed funds provide guaranteed support for crucial initiatives and programs and offer permanent recognition to generous donors.
A planned gift to Driscoll can ensure happy and healthy futures for South Texas children.
Driscoll is proud to partner with our corporate community in order to provide the children of South Texas with the highest quality healthcare available.
Support tomorrow’s breakthroughs by attending a fun and uplifting event to benefit Driscoll Children’s Hospital.
You don’t need experience to host an event to support Driscoll Children’s Hospital – just the enthusiasm to make it happen!
Since 1983, Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals has raised more than $5 billion for 170 children’s hospitals across the United States and Canada, which, in turn, use the money where it’s needed the most.
More Ways to Get Involved
Driscoll Volunteers are members of the Auxiliary to Driscoll Children's Hospital who give their time and hearts to the children of South Texas. Volunteers play an important role in the experience of patients and families.
Celebrate the joy of being a grandparent by joining Driscoll GRANDS. Honor your loved ones with an annual gift that helps provide compassionate care to all children in South Texas.
Remember a loved one, friend, grandchild, caregiver, graduate, doctor, nurse or someone’s birthday by making a gift to Driscoll l in their name.
The Clara Driscoll Society honors individuals who establish partnerships with the hospital that will strengthen its ability to help children far into the future.
All proceeds from Cottage Shop sales and donations benefit the patients and families of Driscoll Children’s Hospital.
Your donations of toys, craft supplies, books, video games and more help make every day brighter for the patients of Driscoll Children’s Hospital.