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Ways to Give to Hasbro Children's Hospital

There are many ways to help Hasbro Children's Hospital in providing care for children who need your help. Whether it be a one time gift or a pledge made over a period of time, small or large, the outcome of a personal fundraising event, estate planning, whatever the means, Hasbro Children's Hospital needs and appreciates your help.

Planned Giving

Planned giving is a way of making a charitable gift where some thought and some assistance are needed to complete the donation. The assistance can come from an attorney, stockbroker, tax advisor, insurance agent or gift planning officer. The thoughtfulness comes from what you want your gift to accomplish for patient care, clinical education and medical research. Find out more...

Heroes for Hasbro

Heroes for Hasbro MobileHeroes for Hasbro is a giving society that recognizes donors who make an annual gift of $250 or more to Hasbro Children’s Hospital. Donors can direct their support to one of our top four funding needs: Child Life Services, The Adolescent Leadership Council (TALC), the Lawrence A. Aubin, Sr. Child Protection Program, or our areas of greatest need. Gifts to these priority areas impact everyone who enters our doors and have the power to transform lives. Learn how to become a Hero for Hasbro...

Give Online

Consider making an online gift by clicking here.
All transaction are safe and secure using our online giving form.

Give by Mail or Phone

Please send your check donation to the following address, along with a note detailing what type of gift you are giving:

Hasbro Children's Hospital
Rhode Island Hospital Foundation
Development Office
PO Box H
Providence, RI 02903

You can also call the development office at 401-444-4639 to speak with a development officer about making a gift.

Memorial/Honor Gifts

To honor a loved one, families may specify that memorial contributions be made to Hasbro Children's Hospital.

Find out more: Contact Michele Brannigan, at 401-444-4639 or mbrannigan@lifespan.org for more information.