Make every dollar matter when you give to PCHA by helping us put essential resources into the hands of hospitalized patients and families. Whether two days old, or twenty years young, having knowledge, a voice and hope is essential, particularly when in the hospital. Every dollar donated on today supports our care bags containing nationally respected educational resources and soul soothing comfort items.
Donate to our Giving Tuesday Facebook campaign HERE
Stretch your dollar – Create your own Giving Tuesday Campaign for PCHA on Facebook and challenge your friends and family to give, too!!
Not on Facebook? No worries, you can still donate through our website.
Due to popular demand we are extending our Black Friday Echo sale! Purchase by December 10th to receive your Echo in time for a holiday gift, and help us Conquer CHD! Get 25% off your purchase of Echo the Owl and we’ll also give one to a patient hospitalized due to Congenital Heart Disease.
Use promo code: ECHO25
when you head to our online store.
This adorable plush owl stands 8 inches tall. His fur is soft enough to melt anyone’s heart. The heart on his chest represents the community’s efforts to conquer congenital heart disease, making this a must for everyone you know who is touched by CHD.
Registration is open for the 2019 Legislative Conference in Washington D.C.! Join us as we unite our voices with The Children’s Heart Foundation and Adult Congenital Heart Association to educate our members of Congress about Congenital Heart Disease!
When you attend this conference you will:
– Learn about current CHD activities in Washington D.C.
– Learn how to effectively tell your story.
– Connect with other CHD patients and professionals.
– Share your story with your members of Congress.
– Inform your legislators about the need for research and data collection.
– Make a difference on behalf of those living with CHD!
Help improve the lives of those with congenital heart disease and their families through direct support and education – meeting families where they are. Through local activities like peer-to-peer support, care package distribution and educational materials, we are working directly with patients, families and medical professionals impacting one life at a time. Get