Give the children and women of West Virginia and the region the hospital they deserve
Help us build a new children's hospital and women's pavilion
WVU Medicine Children’s serves the healthcare needs of hundreds of thousands of children and women in West Virginia and the surrounding region. “Grow Children's” is a capital campaign to help fund the construction of a new, state-of-the-art children's hospital and women's pavilion on the WVU Medicine campus in Morgantown, WV. The campaign will also help expand clinical programs and establish new ones.
The demand for our services is growing at such a rapid pace that the creation of a new hospital is a must. If we want to continue to improve the health of our state, the time is now and the place is here – and we need your help. We want every baby and mother to be healthy, cures for childhood illnesses, an end to abuse and neglect, and greater support for behavioral and emotional health.
Help us build a new children's hospital and women's pavilion.
Help us protect the state’s most precious resource – our kids
WVU Football Coach Dana Holgorsen, former WVU and NFL quarterback Jeff Hostetler, and West Virginia native Steve Antoline are helping to lead the $60 million capital campaign to build a new home for WVU Medicine Children’s.
Meet WVU Medicine Children's Miracle Ambassador Larkin Coker
Here's the powerful story of how WVU Medicine Children's helped eight-year-old Larkin Coker, of Morgantown, WV, beat cancer. Larkin is the 2018 WVU Medicine Children's Miracle Ambassador.