Texas Children’s celebrates official opening of the Angelman Syndrome Clinic

On July 9, Texas Children’s Hospital and the Angelman Syndrome Foundation celebrated the official opening of the Angelman Syndrome Clinic at Texas Children’s, one of only seven Angelman syndrome-specific clinics in the United States – and the first in Texas. Several patient families gathered on the 16th floor of Wallace Tower to attend the ribbon Read More…


Kimmel vs. Cruz charity basketball game raises nearly $50K for Texas Children’s

When late night talk show host Jimmy Kimmel faced off against Senator Ted Cruz in a one-on-one charity basketball game in Houston last month, the event brought in nearly $50,000 benefiting Texas Children’s Hospital – which was a lot more fundraising dollars than expected. At the beginning of the competition, the loser of the game Read More…


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…


Texas Children’s Heart Center focus of The Forum Luncheon

On April 24, Texas Children’s friends and supporters attended The Forum Luncheon highlighting the amazing work of the Texas Children’s Heart Center, currently ranked No. 1 in the nation for cardiology and heart surgery by U.S. News & World Report. Held at The Post Oak Hotel at Uptown Houston, the program highlighted the story of Read More…


Bad Pants Open raises more than $500K for Texas Children’s Newborn Center

On March 1, close to 340 golfers played colorfully and raised more than $500,000 at the 20th annual Bad Pants Open golf tournament at the Clubs of Kingwood, benefitting Texas Children’s Newborn Center. Each year, organizers of the golf tournament set out to raise hundreds of thousands to support the hospital’s level IV neonatal intensive Read More…