A Lifetime Commitment to Kids

Clint Trusty

Clint Trusty had never set foot inside a children's hospital before he visited Le Bonheur more than 25 years ago. One volunteer shift and he was sold. More than 24,000 hours later, he recently retired as one of Le Bonheur's most dedicated volunteers. Read More

Giving From the Heart

Mary Alice Quinn

"I absolutely adore children," Mary Alice Quinn says. "They are gifts from God." Mary Alice, a newspaper journalist for nearly four decades, never had children of her own. However, her compassion, love and concern for all children led her to name Le Bonheur as a beneficiary in her will. Read More

The Greatest Story Never Told

Linda and Ernie Mannerino

Le Bonheur Children's Hospital has a rich history of support from individuals and families. While many support Le Bonheur with one-time or annual outright gifts, some look beyond the present and plan a gift that will benefit generations to come. This is what Memphians Linda and Ernie Mannerino did when they established a charitable trust and named Le Bonheur as a beneficiary. Read More

Marvelous Marva

Marva Johnson

Educator Marva Johnson dedicates her Saturday mornings, and her heart, to the babies of Le Bonheur. Ask Marva Johnson, principal of Altruia Elementary School in Bartlett, if she has any children and you'll likely be taken aback by her answer. Read More

Employee Gives Back

Gary Cook

Spend five minutes talking to the director of Grant Administration at Le Bonheur Children's Hospital, and you instantly know that Gary Cook is unassuming and humble. Read More

Child's Care Motivates Family's Generosity

Robert and Cathy Wilson

Robert and Cathy Wilson's first experience at Le Bonheur was in 2005, when their infant daughter, Ann, received surgery to repair a soft cleft palate. Read More