Prisma Health Children’s Hospital–Midlands is a freestanding hospital that combines compassionate medical care with comfortable family-centered spaces, age-appropriate play areas and therapeutic diversions to help reduce stress and encourage healing. Children's Hospital has been a Children's Miracle Network Hospital since 1985. Today, Children’s Hospital offers more than 30 medical subspecialties meet the unique health care needs of children. Prisma Health Children's Hospital—Midlands is South Carolina’s first children's hospital and has more than 150,000 children’s visits each year.
Children's Miracle Network Hospitals has grown dramatically since its founding in 1983, but its goals have remained the same:
Today more than 170 hospitals worldwide, specializing in treating children, make up Children's Miracle Network Hospitals. A member since 1985, Prisma Health Children's Hospital—Midlands partners with national and local retailers and organizations in year round fundraising campaigns. All funds raised in our market, stay here to benefit our kids. Through the sale of paper miracle balloons, special events and employee contributions, CMN Hospitals provides Children’s Hospital with unique and rewarding fund raising opportunities, most of it $1 at a time.
Special events such as the B106.7FM Children's Hospital Radiothon, University of South Carolina Dance Marathon and Little Miss South Carolina Pageant provide Children’s Hospital with new opportunities to share the Children’s Hospital story. Area businesses and organizations are invited to participate in the fundraising efforts by hosting your own event or selling miracle balloons.
Share Your Story:
Children and their stories are what Children’s Hospital is all about. We want to give you an opportunity to share your firsthand experience with others. We invite you to tell your story as a way to inspire others, give them hope, reflect on your experience or recognize a physician, nurse or staff member who shaped your experience.
There are many ways to "donate" to Prisma Health Midlands Foundation. Some people choose to give money, volunteer, attend fundraising events or invite their friends to support the hospital. By sharing your story, you are contributing to the success of the hospital in telling the story of Prisma Health.
Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals partner campaigns benefiting Prisma Health Children’s Hospital–Midlands:
Sunshine Thrift Store
Doing a little spring cleaning? Consider donating your old household items to Sunshine Thrift Store. Sunshine Thrift Store, located at 3300 Two Notch Road in Columbia, donates a portion of the proceeds from the sale of items to Prisma Health Children’s Hospital–Midlands, your local Children’s Miracle Network Hospital. Call 803-754-2075 to schedule a pickup time or to learn when the donation truck will be in your area. You also can drop off donations at the store. Accepted items include clothing, books, miscellaneous household items, furniture, appliances and electronics. Store hours are Monday-Friday, 9 a.m.-5:30 p.m. and Saturday, 9 a.m.-5 p.m.
Alex and Ani
Alex and Ani has launched the Unicorn Charm benefiting Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals. Alex and Ani will donate 20 percent of the purchase price from each Unicorn Charm sold to Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals. Purchase yours at alexandani.com.
Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals programs:
University of South Carolina Dance Marathon
The University of South Carolina Dance Marathon (USCDM) is celebrating its 20th year. USCDM has grown to become the largest student-run philanthropy on campus. Proceeds from USCDM benefit Prisma Health Children’s Hospital–Midlands through Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals. To date, USCDM has raised more than $3.5 million for Prisma Health Children’s Hospital–Midlands.
Are you a gamer? Do you know a gamer? Join the Extra Life community at extra-life.org. Learn about gaming opportunities, fundraise for the kids at your local CMN Hospital and get excited for Game Day on Nov. 2!
Each year, 40–50 patients at Prisma Health Children’s Hospital experience a condition or injury that requires specialized rehabilitation. Help them stay at home for care.