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. Ben Sawczuk

    Paying It Forward

    Ben received life-changing rehabilitation at Kennedy Krieger’s Pediatric Brain Injury Program after a serious accident at age 8.

  2. WIN

    WIN Needs You!

    For the children and families of Kennedy Krieger, small acts of kindness can make all the difference.

  3. Ballfield Ribbon Cutting

    Field of Dreams

    On September 30, 2014, we celebrated the Dr. Charles E. Silberstein Stadium, Baltimore City's first accessible sports complex.

  4. Rite Aid

    Make a Change with Your Change

    As one of the featured charities, Kennedy Krieger also received a $10,000 grant from the Rite Aid Foundation.

  5. Rosedale Federal

    Rosedale Federal Invests in Kennedy Krieger

    What’s the best way to make Kennedy Krieger High School seniors whoop with delight? It’s simple: present them each with a $50 bill.

  6. Sarah Todd

    Patient Spotlight: Meet Sarah Todd

    Sarah has always approached life with enthusiasm and a positive spirit, even after being diagnosed with transverse myelitis.

  7. Team Kennedy Krieger

    Team Kennedy Krieger Makes the Impossible Possible

    Two International Center for Spinal Cord Injury patients rolled to victory in the Dick's Sporting Goods Pittsburgh Marathon.

  8. Megan's Story

    Megan's Story

    A dad requests and receives a reassignment to Baltimore so his daughter can receive the care she needs at Kennedy Krieger.

  9. Morgan's Story

    Morgan's Story

    Morgan loves lacrosse and soccer, and is known for her high energy and athleticism. But a sledding accident threatened that.

  10. Justin's Story

    Justin's Story

    Justin has autism, and he had a hard time doing anything outside of his established routine.

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