• NICU - Westwood
    P: 310.267.7565
    F: 310.267.3599
  • NICU - Santa Monica
    P: 310.319.4330
    F: 310.319.4042
  • Neonatology & Developmental Biology
    P: 310.825.9436
    F: 310.267.0154
  • High Risk Follow Up Clinic
    P: 310.825.0867

Giving

This project was written, produced & directed by Robert E. Clyde in conjunction with One Degree and Mattel Children's Hospital UCLA Medical Center. It is introduced and narrated by Nancy Travis (The Bill Engvall Show, Becker) and features the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit of the hospital and its director, Uday Devaskar. The film is currently being used at various fundraising events, on the website and in the lobby of the Mattel Children's Hospital in Westwood, CA.

 

How You Can Make a Difference

Gifts may be made either by calling the Development office at (310) 267-1852, or on line. When designating a gift on line, you can either choose to make a gift to Mattel Children's Hospital UCLA, or if you would like to specify an area of interest click on the "Gift Selection" button and you will be brought to a screen where you can type in your wishes.  Please remember to use the word "Pediatric" in your description so that your gift will benefit our young patients.

  • Unrestricted gifts are used where they are most urgently needed for primary and specialized care.

  • Donations may be made to cancer; kidney, heart, or liver disease; immunity malfunctions; infectious diseases; genetic or neurological conditions; and intensive care divisions, among others. Donations are also welcome for Pediatric Pain Management, Suspected Child Abuse and Neglect, Child Life/Child Development programs, or other areas. If you would like to designate your gift to a specific area or program, please indicate this in the space provided for comments.

  • Capital gifts will support the new Mattel Children's Hospital UCLA that will be housed on the fifth floor of the Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center.

  • Naming opportunities exist for donors who want to make a lasting legacy for the benefit of children.