Jun
19
2018

Sign up for the Periwinkle Kickball Classic 2018

It’s time for the annual Periwinkle Kickball Classic, an event that raises money for an organization that provides healing programs and camps to children, young adults and families who are challenged by cancer and other life-threatening illnesses. The one-day tournament will be held Saturday, November 3, at the Houston Sportsplex and ANYONE age 14 or Read More…

Jun
12
2018

Kimmel vs. Cruz: A one-on-one basketball game benefiting Texas Children’s

Late night talk show host Jimmy Kimmel just announced an exciting basketball game he will play right here in Houston – and you’re invited! On Saturday, June 16, Kimmel will face off against Senator Ted Cruz at Texas Southern University in a one-on-one charity basketball game benefiting Texas Children’s. Tough questions will be asked, ring Read More…

Jun
12
2018

Spotlight on the growth of Texas Children’s Neurology Program

As Texas Children’s continues to expand its physical footprint as a leader in pediatric care, Texas Children’s Neurology Program is growing by leaps and bounds. As one of the largest pediatric neurology service providers in the nation, more than 30,000 patient encounters occur each year at Texas Children’s Neuroscience Center. Ranked No. 4 nationally in Read More…

Jun
12
2018

The Woodlands enjoys its first Mark A. Wallace New Employee Pep Rally

A little more than one year after opening the doors of the hospital to its first patient, hundreds of new and recent hires at The Woodlands attended their first Mark A. Wallace New Employee Pep Rally – waving red pompoms and foam fingers, nodding along to classic dance music, noshing on refreshments and enjoying the Read More…

Jun
12
2018

Bone marrow transplant patient hosts art show of original work

The famous quote “creativity takes courage” exemplifies the all-around essence of 20-year-old Jailyne España, a bone marrow transplant patient at Texas Children’s. She has used her artistic ability to soothe her physical pain during the treatment process, as well as uplift other patients. “It was very therapeutic, I felt rotten during treatment,” said España. “To Read More…