Join the Christmas in Washington stars in supporting children everywhere. Continuing a 34-year tradition, this year's Christmas in Washington concert airs on Friday, Dec. 19, at 8 pm on TNT. The show is a benefit for Children's National Health System in Washington, DC, and donations help ensure that all children can receive the specialized care they need.
Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson hosts the holiday spectacular, with musical performers the Aloe Blacc, Hunter Hayes, Rita Ora, Christina Perri, Darius Rucker, and Earth, Wind, and Fire.
Join them by making a gift today.
How your donation is used
Your donation will give more children a chance to live a healthy life. When you give to Children's National, you help our doctors, nurses, researchers, and staff support children through:
Specialized equipment, facilities, and therapies that meet the unique needs of children.
Community benefits like free wellness and diagnostic screenings, research, and public education about important health issues.
Covering the cost of uncompensated care for children whose families are uninsured.
Research to develop innovative therapies, improve outcomes, and cure deadly childhood diseases.
If you have any questions about making a donation online, please call (301) 565-8500. If you would prefer to make your donation offline, download a donation form.
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Through your gift, you will improve care for children and support critical research.
Send a check payable to “Children’s Hospital Foundation” to: Children's Hospital Foundation
111 Michigan Avenue, NW
Washington, DC 20010
Call the Children’s Hospital Foundation at 301-565-8500.