Support Isolated
Pediatric Patients

Support Isolated Pediatric Patients

With COVID-19 spreading, hospitalized children are getting fewer visits and are more isolated than ever, and Project Sunshine is working with our hospital partners to respond to their urgent needs. Many hospitals are only allowing single-use activities to be given to patients and hospital playrooms are being closed. Project Sunshine is working with our hospital partners to respond to their urgent needs in the following ways:

  • There is a surge in demand for Project Sunshine Activity Kits, as many hospitals are only allowing single-use activities to be given to patients and hospital playrooms are being closed
  • We are creating video content so our volunteers can reach patients remotely
  • We are developing ways for our volunteers to continue serving their local pediatric community while in-hospital activities are paused
  • You can support these time-sensitive initiatives by donating here.

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175,000+
Patients and Families

Project Sunshine's programs reach over 175,000 young patients and families each year

35,000+
Volunteer Sessions

Last year, Project Sunshine's volunteers participated in over 35,000 engagements

350+
Medical Partners

Project Sunshine brightened hospital stays and doctor visits at over 325 facilities

The Power of Sunshine

We transform medical environments into kid-friendly spaces to help pediatric patients thrive.

Trained volunteers provide companionship and deliver enrichment programming to patients and families in 175 cities across the United States and in Canada, China, Israel, and Kenya.

See Our Impact

18,000+

Dedicated Volunteers

Who We Are

Learn more about Project Sunshine’s reach and the volunteers who make all of our programs possible.

What Makes Us Unique

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We serve pediatric patients, from newborn to 21 years old, facing all medical challenges - both acute and chronic.

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Our programs encourage family members to participate. We know that when a child is sick, the whole family is affected.

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We work with patients in a variety of settings, including inpatient, outpatient, long-term care, and residential facilities.

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