The Arkansas Children’s Hospital Auxiliary has championed children for 53 years in the pursuit of a healthier tomorrow for all children. Gifts to the Auxiliary support critical programs, research initiatives and emergency and trauma support services like the David M. Clark Center for Safe and Healthy Children (pictured above).
Founded in 1967, the ACH Auxiliary serves patients and families through fundraising and service projects. More than 450 members support funding initiatives like child maltreatment programs at the David M. Clark Center for Safe and Healthy Children, research at Arkansas Children’s Research Institute and improvements to the patient and family experience by supporting the Social Work, Good Mourning and Palliative Care programs. In 2020-2021, the ACH Auxiliary raised $1.15 million for Arkansas Children’s Hospital.
FUNDRAISERS AND EVENTS
The ACH Auxiliary raises funds through special events and projects, as well as annual membership dues. Events and projects include A la Carte, Miracle Ball, Race for a Healthier Tomorrow, the Playaway Gift Shop, the ACHiever Program and Holiday Card Project featuring artwork by Arkansas Children’s patients.
You can support the ACH Auxiliary by becoming a member online at archildrens.org/auxiliary, organizing a fundraising team for the Race for a Healthier Tomorrow, or by sending a gift to a patient by calling the Playaway gift shop at 501.261.6732, and many more ways! Your gifts provide a better today and a healthier tomorrow for the children of Arkansas.
1 Children’s Way, Slot 661
Little Rock, AR 72202
501.364.1476 | archildrens.org/auxiliary
Service Area: Central Arkansas Children’s Hospital
Auxiliary President: Ashley Parker
Arkansas Children’s Research Institute
David M. Clark Center
Social Work Program
Good Mourning Program
Palliative Care Program
Ashley Parker, President
Angie Johnson, First Vice President
Anne Wallace, Second Vice President
Sara Beth Hughes, Treasurer
Kimberly Bowman, Recording Secretary
Lindsey Little Gray, Corresponding Secretary
Josie Staggs, Historian/Public Relations
Hannah Bryan, Public Relations Elect
Lindsey Carpenter Gray