Jan
3
2018

Bread and Wassail event brings fun to everyone

Texas Children’s employees kicked off the holiday season with camaraderie and joy by participating in the organization’s annual bread and wassail tradition. Employees enjoyed delicious holiday bread and wassail served by our leaders earlier this month. Please view the photo gallery below to see photos of the festivities.

Dec
20
2017

Texas Children’s holiday celebrations bring cheer to patients, their families

From festive holiday decorations to trees decked out in ornaments and lights, it sure is beginning to look and feel a lot like the holidays at Texas Children’s. Throughout the month of December, the Child Life Department and Volunteer Services collaborated with several organizations in the community to spread holiday cheer to patients and their Read More…

Dec
5
2017

Holiday tree lighting events add splendor to Texas Children’s Hospital

It’s beginning to look a lot like the holidays at Texas Children’s. The annual tree lighting ceremonies kicked off the season of joy with Santa and Mrs. Claus spreading holiday cheer to patients and their families. On November 30, Senior Vice President Tabitha Rice and Nancy Baycroft, president of The Auxiliary to Texas Children’s Hospital, Read More…

Dec
6
2016

Holiday lights add splendor to Texas Children’s Hospital

It’s beginning to look a lot like the holidays at Texas Children’s Hospital. The Annual Tree Lighting Ceremony kicked off the season of joy with Santa and Mrs. Clause helping to light The Auxiliary Bridge Christmas tree. St. John’s choir sang holiday carols as young patients danced along. Senior Vice President Tabitha Rice helped kick Read More…

Dec
2
2015

Holiday lights add splendor to Texas Children’s Hospital

It’s beginning to look a lot like the holidays at Texas Children’s Hospital. The Annual Tree Lighting Ceremony kicked off the season of joy with Santa and Mrs. Clause helping to light The Auxiliary Bridge Christmas tree. St. John’s choir sang holiday carols as young patients danced along. Executive Vice President and John Nickens helped Read More…