Children's Hospital of Philadelphia
The Department of Nursing at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP) has been chosen as the 2018 & 2019 Black Tie Tailgate beneficiary. Proceeds from the Black Tie Tailgate will support the Department’s Patient/Family Education Initiatives – including hiring of additional nurse educators and development of resources to innovate and expand patient and family education across the CHOP network.
For the nearly 4,000 nurses, respiratory therapists and technicians at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, their work is a science, an art and a calling. They are committed to providing highly reliable, safe patient care and excellent outcomes for patients and families, while advancing education and research missions. They are part of the patient & family experience during moments of celebration, but also during the most sorrowful times. When talking with a family whose child has had an experience at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, more times than not, they want to tell you about the many ways the nurses helped to make an unimaginable event the best that it could be, for them and for their child.
Past Beneficiary Departments
The Auto Dealers Association of Greater Philadelphia (ADAGP) made its first donation to Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia in 1986. The $50,000 donation was given after the 1986 Philadelphia Auto Show. Since then, the ADAGP and its entities have donated $8.1 million to the Hospital. Today, donations are made through the Auto Dealers CARing for Kids Foundation.