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When you make a gift to Blythedale, you are helping miracles unfold...

At Blythedale, children and their families are at the heart of everything we do. We are committed to improving the health of children with complex medical needs and providing their families with peerless support and services. Our goal is to help children reach their maximum potential and return home as soon as possible.

This year alone we have treated many amazing children, such as a 13-year-old little leaguer, who with the assistance of his occupational therapist, learned how to grip a baseball again after sustaining life-threatening burns in a fire; a  one-year-old, previously confined to an ICU, who received medical treatment for pulmonary hypertension and was  weaned to a portable ventilator, enabling her to reach typical infant developmental milestones; and a 16-year-old who made a miraculous recovery  from a traumatic brain injury sustained after being struck by a car while crossing the street. 

We are inspired by all of our patients, and every day become more devoted to providing them with every opportunity to dream, aspire and achieve. Philanthropy is key to offering them the broad range of services necessary to address their medical and rehabilitative needs and transform their dreams to reality. 

There are many ways to support Blythedale and help advance the finest in specialty pediatric care for medically fragile children.  You can make a difference. To learn more about ways to give to Blythedale, please call Chief Development Officer Jane MacDonald at 914-831-2544.

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