St. Luke's Children's Hospital is Idaho's only Children's Miracle Network Hospital. We conduct fundraising year-round with local partners dedicated to helping our pediatric patients and their families.
Since its founding, Children's Miracle Network Hospitals has raised more than $4.7 billion, most of which is donated one dollar at a time by individuals throughout the United States and Canada. Every donation made to CMN Hospitals through local campaigns stays in its community.
St. Luke's was a founding hospital of CMN Hospitals more than 30 years ago. Since 1983, over $7 million has been raised locally to support Idaho's only children's hospital.
Thank you to our CMN Hospitals partners and the communities that make donations to the kids at St. Luke's Children's Hospital. You help our doctors, nurses, and staff to provide the best possible care to over 90,000 children each year.
Eight-year-old Hadley looks and acts like other little girls. She enjoys coloring with her older sister Stella, playing with dolls, convincing her dad to play makeup, and snuggling her pink unicorn "Candy Heart."
Hadley was born healthy, but after six months she started refusing food. Her motor skills weren't developing, and her blood levels were all wrong. Finally, she saw a pediatric nephrologist who recognized the symptoms of cystinosis, a rare, incurable metabolic disease that causes the amino acid cystine to accumulate, affecting every organ in the body.
After getting the proper treatment and some surgery, she started growing and walking. Now Hadley smiles a lot. She has participated in fundraising events for St. Luke's Children's Hospital and her family has set up a nonprofit called Hearts for Hadley to benefit cystinosis research.
They call her Mighty Mia, a name she's earned. Mia was born with a rare birth defect of the heart and other organs. She had the most complex array of heart defects her medical team had ever seen, requiring a series of surgeries and intense therapy.
Mia is currently off all medications and no longer needs oxygen or a feeding tube, although she still has a pacemaker and will need ongoing cardiology care.
When she's asked about her hospital stays, she tells stories about her favorite doctors and nurses and, like most six-year-olds, the delicious macaroni and cheese.
Beckham got to know St. Luke's Children's Hospital when he was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes. Later, when he started having fevers and stomach pain, he returned for a second diagnosis: a rare blood disease that affects one in a million kids.
In addition to chemotherapy, Beckham needed a bone marrow transplant. Thankfully, both were successful.
CMN Hospitals donations help St. Luke's Children's provide great care for Beckham and thousands of other babies, kids, and teens.
Vann was born 15 weeks early, weighing only 1 pound, 13 ounces. He underwent brain and heart surgery in his first two months, defying more challenging odds than most people face in a lifetime.
Sam has multiple disorders causing pain, fatigue, and many trips to his doctors. He is hopeful and positive, and wants to spend more time dancing, playing, and putting smiles on the faces of his friends and family.
Annelise has cystic fibrosis, but is determined to live her life to its fullest. She's a cheerleader and soccer player who doesn't let her disease slow her down.
Brenna had acute lymphoblastic leukemia, but never lost hope. Now she loves sports, the electric guitar, and serving her community.
Find out how Air St. Luke’s membership dollars help support free simulation trainings to prepare first responders for critical care incidents.
You and your child can take an in-person tour or watch this video so you know what to expect at the hospital.
At age 10, Eleanor Pruitt was diagnosed with leukemia. Cutting-edge research helped save her life.
Every year, St. Luke's Children's Hospital cares for more than 60,000 children and their families.