Providence’s most fragile patients received some love from Carr Subaru Beaverton and Subaru of American - $105,822 worth of love.
This year’s Providence Child Center Heart of Gold Dinner was a wonderful evening full of heartwarming tributes and an outpouring of generosity to help every child grow and flourish. Thursday’s event raised more than $495,000 for Providence’s Center for Medically Fragile Children to support the life enriching programs and therapies that help these children reach their fullest potential.
Joe Weston has always had a unique talent for fostering potential. While the Portland real estate developer and philanthropist has built a...
Oregon’s only long-term residential care facility for medically fragile children has received a first-in-the nation honor for excellence. The...
In April, pediatric neurologist Kit Yeng Lim, M.D., MA, will begin seeing patients at Providence Child Center to support families living in east Portland. The new clinic will also support patients receiving developmental health care from Providence Neurodevelopmenal Center for Children, Specialty Pediatric Dental Clinic, Swindells Resource Center and the Center for Medically Fragile Children.
A sunny June day made for a perfect day for a children's parade.
Children with special needs will have it a little easier in the dentist’s chair at Providence Child Center, thanks to a $25,000 grant from Ronald McDonald House Charities of Oregon and Southwest Washington.
The children at the center danced the night away at their prom on May 16.
Nancy Lematta and her family were honored with the Providence Child Center Foundation “Heart of Gold” award for their dedication in improving the lives of children with special needs.