Phone: 1-800-226-2379

Ways to Give

Ways to Give

Thank you for considering a gift to Texas Children's Cancer and Hematology Centers. Whether you make a donation to research, in honor of a patient, or for a specific cause, all of us at Texas Children's Cancer and Hematology Centers, especially our young patients, welcome and appreciate your involvement and support. Every gift makes a difference!

Donate Online

Your support of our pediatric cancer and blood disease center helps move us one step closer to our goal of curing all forms of childhood cancer and childhood blood disorders.

Donate to Texas Children's Cancer Center

Donate to Vannie Cook Clinic

Donate by Mail or Phone

To make a donation by phone, please call Lisa McCoy, Director of Donor Relations, at (832) 822-4725. 

If you would like to mail us your gift, please download this form, print, fill out, and send to this address:

Texas Children's Hospital
Office of Philanthropy
Suite 5214
P.O. Box 300630
Houston, TX
77230-0630

Contact Us

For more information about options for donating, fundraising, or other ways to give, please contact:

For Texas Children's Hospital (Houston, TX)
Lisa McCoy
Director of Donor Relations
Cancer and Hematology Centers, Texas Children's Hospital
832-822-4725
lkmccoy@txch.org

Diana Gross
Assistant Director, Major Gifts, Texas Children's Hospital
832-824-2136
dlgross@texaschildrens.org

Priscilla L. Mondragón
Philanthropy Advisor, Major Gifts, Texas Children's Hospital
832-824-2060
plluna@texaschildrens.org

For Vannie Cook Clinic (McAllen, TX)
Victoria Martinez Guerra
Sr. Development Associate, Vannie Cook Clinic
(832) 828-1705 or (956) 661-9840
vamartin@txch.org

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