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About Children's Miracle Network


Donate to Children’s Miracle Network

Contact Us

To learn about donating to Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals or to request a tour of UNM Children’s Hospital, contact us:

Alex Rich
Associate Director of Development, Children's Miracle Network
(505) 272-7394

Diana L. Martinez
Associate Director of Development, Children's Miracle Network
(505) 272-7393

Children's Miracle Network Hospitals is dedicated to saving kids’ lives across North America. An alliance of premier hospitals for children, the network provides fundraising tools and support to help its 170 member hospitals continue to provide the highest possible level of care.

UNM Children's Hospital – New Mexico's only Children's Miracle Network hospital – provides advanced and specialized care to more than 66,000 children throughout the region every year.

Dedicated to Children’s Care

Your child’s most powerful tools for healing are UNM Health’s skilled, trained and dedicated doctors and staff. UNM Children's Hospital makes it our mission to involve your family in your child's care. In our positive, interactive and healing environment, your child is physically and emotionally prepared to recover.

About UNM Children’s Hospital

Nestled in nearly 500,000 square feet of the Barbara and Bill Richardson Pavilion, UNM Children’s Hospital cares for children from around the Southwest. Whether your child needs care for a sudden injury or a chronic, ongoing condition, your family will work with a supportive staff of experts and volunteers who’ll care for you every step of the way.

In-kind Donations to UNM Children’s Hospital

To make an in-kind donation (a gift of items) to UNM Children’s Hospital, please contact one of our associate directors of development at least 24 hours in advance. You may deliver in-kind donations to one of the hospital’s information desks at the following times:

  • Monday through Friday: 8 a.m. to 7 p.m.
  • Weekends: 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Information desks are located in the main entrance of the Bill and Barbara Richardson Pavilion and in the main entrance of the old part of the hospital.
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