How to Help
There are a number of ways members of the community can support the work of the Lombardi Pediatric Hematology/Oncology Clinic. Learn more about:
Giving to Pediatric Hematology/Oncology
The Pediatric Hematology/Oncology Clinic is grateful for the support the community. There are two ongoing initiatives that need your help:
- Family Emergency Fund for Pediatric Hematology/Oncology
- Pediatric Cancer Survivorship Program
A Heart Filled with Hope...
A Heart Filled with Hope... an original design by Jorge Adeler, inspired by the extraordinary courage and determination of all the children and their families who have been treated and are currently under treatment for cancer and other blood disorders.
To honor children with cancer, and their families, we invite you to proudly wear this elegant design as a symbol of your devotion to a tomorrow with no childhood cancer.
Proceeds from the sale of A Heart Filled with Hope directly support and impact the mission of Aziza Shad, MD, Director of the Division of Pediatric Hematology-Oncology, Blood and Marrow Transplantation, and Cancer Survivorship and the extraordinary team of physicians, nurse practitioners, nurses, case managers, social workers, research coordinators, chaplains, administrative assistants and art therapists at Georgetown University Hospital.
This original design was created by Jorge Adeler of Adeler Jewelers in Great Falls, Virginia. It is crafted in sterling silver and features a textured sandblast background with the word HOPE in a high polish finish. Available as a pendant, with an 18" sterling silver chain, or as a pin.
In 2006, the Georgetown Jingle was created by the Four Seasons Hotel Washington, JDS Designs, Inc., The Washington Design Center, and the Georgetown BID to raise money for pediatric oncology programs in the Washington, DC Metro area. Thanks to the generosity of area businesses, restaurants, and design professionals, the Georgetown Jingle has raised $970,000 for the Pediatric Hematology, Oncology, Blood & Marrow Transplantation Program at Georgetown University Hospital.
To learn more about the Georgetown Jingle and how you can support its efforts, visit www.georgetownjingle.com or contact the Georgetown Jingle office at (703) 558-1370.