Children’s of Alabama is having a birthday this summer! In honor of the hospital’s 112th birthday on June 17th, Children’s will host its 4th annual Celebrate campaign. All month long we’ll be honoring our patients, families, community partners and staff and we want you to celebrate with us! Children’s would not be the incredible place of hope and healing it is today without our community and friends. We hope you’ll be a part and Celebrate!
Join the celebration by using our Party Printables! Fill out an “I Celebrate for…” sign and snap a photo displaying your sign, get creative and color one of the Celebrate coloring sheets, or record a short video sharing why you Celebrate Children’s of Alabama.
However you choose to Celebrate, be sure to share on social media using #CelebrateChildrensAL and tag Children’s of Alabama in your posts.
Celebrate Children’s is an annual state-wide event to recognize Children’s of Alabama’s birthday and honor our patients, families, community partners and staff who make our hospital a place of hope and healing. Beginning in 2020 as a way to virtually connect with our patient families and honor our front-line healthcare workers, Celebrate has since then grown into so much more! This event has broadened our ability to share our story and hear the stories of so many others that have been impacted by Children's of Alabama in some capacity.
We celebrate our past, but most importantly, we celebrate our future. President and CEO of Children’s of Alabama, Tom Shufflebarger, is committed to the hospital fulfilling this mission, stating, “We are only as good as the next patient we care for, the next caregiver we train, the next improvement in our community we help shape, or the next discovery we share with the world."
Celebrate is a special opportunity to connect with the patients, caregivers, partners and staff who are the hands and feet of our mission, and those in our community who simply cheer us on. There are many ways to celebrate and we hope you will join us this year as we recognize 112 Years of Caring for Kids.