Your New Children's Hospital

On the Street Where You Live

The 2021 Children's Hospital Foundation Ball

Benefiting the new inpatient tower at Children's Hospital of Richmond at VCU

Friday, November 5, 2021

Proceeds from the 57th Annual Children’s Hospital Foundation Ball will support the construction of the Wonder Tower, the new home for inpatient, emergency and trauma services at Children’s Hospital of Richmond at VCU. This year’s theme, “On the Street Where You Live,” will celebrate the new inpatient hospital and bring world-class care to children and families close to home.

The Junior Board of Children's Hospital Foundation is working closely with specialists at CHoR and event partners to put the finishing touches on our 2021 event details. This year's modified event format will be announced soon, with ticket sales available later this summer.

Our Project

The Wonder Tower is specifically built for kids. But it cannot be built without your help.


Bringing world class people and programs to Children’s Hospital of Richmond at VCU has been our focus over the last decade. Now, with your help, we have the opportunity to create a truly collaborative, world-class facility to match the caliber of care happening inside.

So we invite you to join us on our mission to protect the wonder of childhood. This initiative begins with all of us putting the children of Virginia in the center, and building a new world around them. It’s a mission that will make a huge difference for the kids and families of Richmond, with room for everybody to play a meaningful part.

Thanks to our 2020 sponsors

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Covenant Wealth Advisors

Mako Builders

McGuireWoods LLP

Osprey Financial


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Prospera Financial


Dr. and Mrs. Daniel Millan

About Children's Hospital

of Richmond at VCU

Children’s Hospital of Richmond at VCU is our region's only full-service children's hospital, and it serves more than 70,000 children each year. We believe there is no greater cause than taking care of the health care needs of children.



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