Making a Difference

Every day, people like you make a difference in the life of a child at Kennedy Krieger.

Welcome! There are many ways to make a difference in a child’s life, and just as many stories about how people—like you—have helped us fulfill our mission. This blog tells those stories. Check back regularly for inspiring stories, reports from our special events, and information about new initiatives and opportunities for you to get involved.

  1. Miles Smiles for Cerebral Palsy

    Miles uses his smiles and platform to raise money for the Silberstein-Harryman Endowment.

  2. Cure for Ellie Check Presentation 2021

    It truly takes a village to tackle a problem as complex as LBSL, and we are thankful to the McGinn family.

  3. Howard in a purple sweater

    Howard’s Story

    A spinal cord bacterial infection changed Howard’s life, but with the help of Kennedy Krieger’s dedicated doctors, nurses and therapists, Howard...

  4. Chris in a green shirt and hat

    Chris’s Story

    Listen to former football player Chris express his gratitude for his doctors, nurses and therapists, and for donors like you who have helped make his...

  5. Peyton and Kennedy Krieger Employee

    Peyton’s Story

    Watch your donation translate to Peyton’s success with the help of our G-EO System™ exoskeleton technology.

  6. Anthem Video Thumbnail

    A New, Uplifting Video About Kennedy Krieger Institute

    We offer you a new, uplifting video about Kennedy Krieger Institute, our patients and the unique work being done every day.

  7. Mark and Sandy Furst

    Giving Kids and Families a Chance

    The Mark and Sandy Furst Scholarship Fund honors Mark’s legacy by supporting families with children attending PACT’s medical child care program.

  8. Matthew and Ed Slattery

    Helping Others Have Hope

    After Kennedy Krieger therapists gave his son a second chance at life, Ed Slattery set up a fund to help other kids get that second chance, too.

  9. 2020 Gratitude Report

    2020 Gratitude Report Giving Back, Moving Forward With our annual Gratitude Report, we honor our donors—the many individuals, families and...

  10. Mitch and Jeanette Ribak with their granddaughter, Lola.

    Raising Funds and Awareness

    When the Ribaks learned their granddaughter had Sturge-Weber syndrome, they decided to help not just her, but all those with the rare condition.

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