Don’t miss the “funnest” lunch of the year!

The Kids at Heart lunch has been raising money for Sacred Heart Children’s Hospital for 12 years, ensuring that Spokane children don’t have to travel long distances to receive world-class care.

Funds from Kids at Heart have been used to purchase high-tech isolettes for at-risk babies in our Neonatal Intensive Care Unit, buy a specialized anesthesia machine for our tiniest cardiac patients, support our pain-free and palliative care programs, and even help build an entire 24/7 Emergency & Trauma Center just for kids!

Last year, luncheon guests raised money to establish a new pediatric mental health program, ensuring that children in crisis receive immediate – live-saving – help, even if a hospital bed is not available.

This Year’s Focus

Our community was rocked recently by the tragedy at Freeman High School. As injured children were transported to Sacred Heart Children’s Hospital, the entire Providence team jumped into action. Surgery suites were prepared, trauma surgeons were standing by and chaplains were on-hand to support the healing process for Freeman families – in fact, for the entire community.

Funds raised at this year’s lunch will support Emergency and Trauma Services. Sacred Heart Children’s Hospital is the region’s only Pediatric Level II Trauma Center, which means that critically injured children – like the victims of the Freeman shooting – can be treated right here at home rather than flown out of town.