Rainbow Radiothon

Friday, December 6, 2019
Trisha O'Brien Pavilion at UH Rainbow Babies & Children's Hospital

For 17 years, the Greater Cleveland community has donated generously to help the kids at UH Rainbow Babies & Children's through our Rainbow Radiothon. Presented by Petitti Garden Centers and hosted by Jen and Tim from STAR 102 FM, the signature event brings to listeners remarkable stories of love, hope and compassion featuring Rainbow's young patients and the dedicated staff who care for them.

For more information, contact Martina Pace by phone 216-844-0428 or email or Samantha Davison by phone 216-844-0424 or email .

Featured Patients

Makenzie Makenzie Nance

Inspired by Compassionate Care

Makenzie was diagnosed with sickle cell as an infant and first came to University Hospitals Rainbow Babies & Children’s Hospital. Now at 15 years old, Makenzie hopes to become a pediatric nurse or doctor herself one day and help children who have sickle cell. “I just want to help people and give back to everyone who has helped me.”

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NoahNoah Vega

Stronger Than Ever

After being diagnosed with a form of cancer called Germ Cell at the age of 3 years old, Noah is now a healthy 11 year old who loves to play hockey. "We are so thankful for the doctors at UH Rainbow Babies & Children's," explained Noah's mom, Michelle.

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GwenGwen Ciccozzi

Nothing Holds Her Back

At six-months-old, doctors at UH Rainbow Babies & Children’s Hospital discovered Gwen had a stroke prior to her birth, causing severe damage to her brain. Today, Gwen is in school and continues to make improvements in all areas of her development. "I don't know where Gwen would be without the care she received from Rainbow Pediatric Rehab," said Gwen's mom, Rebecca.

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