Locations

 

 

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Hope Children's Hospital - Oak Lawn, IL

  • 400 children and teens monthly
  • Opened in August of 1996 in honor of Martin Kisel

 
 

Hinsdale Hospital - Hinsdale, IL (merged with Central Du Page Hospital)

  • 75 children and teens monthly
  • Opened in April of 1997 in honor of Dr. Salvi and Dr. Hayani

 
 

Lurie Children's Hospital - Chicago, IL

  • 300 children and teens monthly
  • Opened in September of 1997 in honor of Aramark Corporation

 
 

Loyola Medical Center in Maywood, IL

  • 200 children and teens monthly
  • Opened in March of 1998 in honor of Hometown/Oak Lawn Park District #123 "Make A Difference Day" Toy Drive

 
 

Cook County Children's Hospital in Chicago, IL

  • 200 children and teens monthly
  • Opened in April of 1998 in honor of The United States Marines, Toys For Tots publicly donated toy drive

 
 

University of Chicago Children's Hospital in Chicago, IL

  • 200 children and teens monthly
  • Opened in July of 1998 in honor of United Parcel Service - UPS

 
 

Rush Presbyterian - St. Luke's Medical Center in Chicago, IL

  • 150 children and teens monthly
  • Opened in December of 1998 in honor of Hemlock Federal Charitable Foundation

 
 

UIC Hospital in Chicago, IL

  • 150 children and teens monthly
  • Opened in April of 1999 in honor of All Individual Contributors

 
 

Lutheran General Hospital, Yachtman Sub-specialty Clinics in Park Ridge, IL

  • 200 children and teens monthly
  • Opened in October of 1999 in honor of Mr. Jack Donavan, Aramark Corporation

 
 

Mercy Hospital in Chicago, IL (merged with Rush Presbyterian - St. Luke's Medical Center)

  • 50 children and teens monthly
  • Opened in March of 2000 in honor of Raymond Yambor and Gerry Contro of Mail Boxes, Etc.

 
 

Swedish American Hospital in Chicago, IL (merged with Children's Hospital of Wisconsin)

  • 200 children and teens monthly
  • Opened in March of 2000 in honor of Joe Sorrentino, Roy Rhyan and John Hall of Worldwide Warehousing and Distribution

 
 

Children's Hospital of Wisconsin in Milwaukee, WI

  • 250 children and teens monthly
  • Opened in November of 2000 in honor of Mr. Leon Denning of Heavenly Ham Company

 
 

Central DuPage Hospital in Winfield, IL

  • 50 children and teens monthly
  • Opened in March of 2001 in honor of Elfrida Jakobsen

 
 

Children's Hospital at Bronson in Kalamazoo, MI

  • 250 children and teens monthly
  • Opened in June of 2001 in honor of Andrew Corporation

 
 

Memorial Hospital in South Bend, IN

  • 250 children and teens monthly
  • Opened in September of 2001 in honor of Levi Strauss Foundation

 
 

Children's Hospital in Madison, WI

  • 200 children and teens monthly
  • Opened in April of 2002 in honor of Julie Stojack

 
 

St. Christopher Children's Hospital in Philadelphia, PA

  • 125 children and teens monthly
  • Opened in July of 2002 in memory of the Aramark Family members who perished September 11, 2001, at the World Trade Center

 
 

Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA

  • 350 children and teens monthly
  • Opened in July of 2002 in memory of the Aramark Family members who perished September 11, 2001, at the World Trade Center

 
 

St. Vincent Hospital in Green Bay, WI

  • 300 children and teens monthly
  • Opened in April of 2003 in honor of the children and teens we serve

 
 

St. Jude Affiliate in Peoria, IL

  • 300 children and teens monthly
  • Opened in July of 2003 in honor of the siblings of the children and teens we serve who are fighting cancer

 
 

SIU (Southern Illinois University) Cancer Institute in Springfield, IL

  • 200 children and teens monthly
  • Opened in October of 2003 in honor of Ford Motor Company - Chicago Stamping Plant

 
 

St. Vincent Children's Center for Cancer in Indianapolis, IN

  • 200 children and teens monthly
  • Opened in April of 2004 in honor of the Heart Of Gold Gala Committee

 
 

Riley Children's Hospital in Indianapolis, IN

  • 400 children and teens monthly
  • Opened in April of 2004 in honor of the Heart Of Gold Gala Committee

 
 

Midwest Brain Tumor Center in Park Ridge, IL

  • 200 children and teens monthly
  • Opened in September of 2004 in honor of the children and teens fighting brain cancer

 
 

Connecticut Children's Medical Center in Hartford, CT

  • 300 children and teens monthly
  • Opened in February of 2005 in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Arnold D'Angelo

 
 

Carle Clinic in Urbana, IL

  • 200 children and teens monthly
  • Opened in June of 2005 in honor of the Board of Directors of the Treasure Chest Foundation

 
 

University of Virginia in Charlottesville, VA

  • 300 children and teens monthly
  • Opened in September of 2005 in honor of the children and teens fighting cancer in Virginia

 
 

Children's Hospital Colorado in Aurora, CO

  • 500 children and teens monthly
  • Opened in March of 2006 in memory of John and Barb Murphy

 
 

Clarian North Medical Center for Children's Cancer in Carmel, IN

  • 300 children and teens monthly
  • Opened in August of 2006 in honor of the Heart Of Gold Gala Committee

 
 

Boston Floating Hospital for Children in Boston, MA

  • 350 children and teens monthly
  • Opened in October of 2006 in honor of the "Toys For Our Treasures" Retro Dance Committee

 
 

Children's Hospital of Oakland, CA

  • 350 children and teens monthly
  • Opened in April of 2007 in memory of Sharon L. Denning

 
 

Rady Children's Hospital in San Diego, CA

  • 600 children and teens monthly
  • Opened in August of 2007 in memory of David Beard and his daughters Cathy Dykstra and Alison Barron

 
 

Baptist Children's Hospital in Miami, FL

  • 300 children and teens monthly
  • Opened in April of 2008 in memory of Alan Schwartz by means of Network Real Estate Group, Ltd.

 
 

St. Joseph's Children's Hospital in Marshfield, WI

  • 300 children and teens monthly
  • Opened in July of 2008 in honor of Toy Con Toy Show by means of Terry and Rich Mannix of Burbank, IL

 
 

Gundersen Lutheran Center for Cancer - La Crosse, Wisconsin

  • 75 children and teens monthly
  • Opened in March of 2009 in honor of all the toddlers who are undergoing treatment for cancer throughout the United States

 
 

Lutheran Children’s Hospital - Fort Wayne, IN

  • 160 children and teens monthly
  • Opened in July of 2009 in honor of Linda Dibblee

 
 

Presbyterian Blume Pediatric Oncology Clinic - Charlotte, North Carolina

  • 300 children and teens monthly
  • Opened in November of 2009 in honor of Larry Howard, Founder of Freedom Title Corporation, Rolling Meadows, IL

 
 

Nemours/A.I. duPont Hospital for Children - Wilmington, DE

  • 300 children and teens monthly
  • Opened in July of 2010 in honor of the Eagle Scouts Sean Brady, Mark Catania, Brett Copeland, Kyle Kempke, Jeff LaHucik and Erhard Menker

 
 

Children’s Hospital of Richmond at Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond, VA

  • 300 children and teens monthly
  • Opened in honor of Paul and Diane Maiellaro and the Chicagoland Entertainment Collectors Expo

 
 

CDH Proton Center - Warrenville, IL

 

  • 100 children and teens monthly
  • Opened in honor of the children and teens requiring proton cancer treatment therapy

 
 

Central DuPage Cancer Center - Warrenville IL

  • 100 children and teens monthly
  • Opened in honor of the children and teens requiring proton cancer treatment therapy

 
 

Edward Hospital in Naperville, IL

  • 100 children and teens monthly
  • Opened in May of 2012 in honor of Nancy Lee Reff

 
 

St. Louis Children's Hospital in St. Louis, MO

  • 600 children and teens monthly
  • Opened in February 2013 in honor of Rylan Foster

 
 

ProCure Proton Therapy Center in Somerset, NJ

  • 50 children and teens monthly
  • Opened in February 2013 in honor of Safeway Self Storage in Oak Forest, IL

 
 

ProCure Proton Therapy Center in Oklahoma, OK

  • 100 children and teens monthly
  • Opened in July 2013 in honor of Patrick J. Nagle and Cathleen L. Nagle

 
 

Georgetown University Hospital in Washington D. C.

  • 300 children and teens monthly
  • Opened in January 2014 in honor of Crofton Kelly