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100 Days, 1000 Messages of Hope
298 Messages Sent 702 Messages Still Needed
Send a message of hope and encouragement to a recovering child
$400,000 Needed in 100 Days
$275,000 Received $125,000 Still Needed


Geography should not be the reason why a child lives or dies

Regardless of culture or geography, children create the love that inspires parents, they are the glue that connects families and the source of a community’s hope. Most developing countries still lack access to pediatric critical care resources, especially surgical care, leaving parents without a way to care for sick children.

Children in developing countries are suffering and dying from birth defects, illness, and injury routinely treated in the U.S.

Through our four programs, WPP treats children suffering from birth defects, illness, and injury while empowering local medical communities to better care for their children. Learn more!

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Kids Helping Kids: Monument 10K Kids Fun Run

  Each year, World Pediatric Project supporters wear their hearts on their running shoes as they run the Richmond Ukrop’s …

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A Growing Partnership: eScribe and World Pediatric Project

  Depending on medical specialty, World Pediatric Project mission teams treat anywhere from 25 to 120 patients during a mission week. …

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Inaugural Rock ‘n’ Heal (St. Louis)

  World Pediatric Project is thrilled to bring its wildly-successful, fun and unique Rock ‘n’ Heal event from Richmond to …

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6th Annual Rock ‘n Heal (Richmond)

  May 09, 2015   Rock ‘n’ Heal is Richmond’s favorite spring event and helps to raise critical funds to …

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