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We invite you to spend a few hours with us in October! Join us in Minnesota or virtually to hear lifesaving and inspiring stories and raise funds to reach more children around the world in need of lifesaving heart care.

GLOBAL GATHERING

Friday, October 25, 2024

Hilton Minneapolis

Cocktail Reception + Silent Auction
Program

The Global Gathering is Children’s HeartLink’s signature fundraising event. People from around the world gather to celebrate the heart of our mission – saving children’s lives by transforming pediatric heart care in underserved parts of the world.


SUPPORT THE EVENT

                   


2024 Global Gathering Sponsors

 

Presenting Sponsor

Boston Scientific 2024 Children's HeartLink Global Gathering Presenting SponsorGold Sponsors

Eileen and Tom Armitage | Deloitte | Iversen Family Foundation | Minnesota Masonic Charities | Philips

 Silver Sponsors

Dorsey & Whitney LLP | Brynn and Jeff Evanson | Intricon | KPMG | McKinsey & Company | Prashanthi and Abhi Patangay | Sears Imported Autos | Stratasys 

Bronze Sponsors

Jackie Boucher | Todd and Erin Bursch | Anu Codaty and Prat Verma | Peggy Johnson | McGough

Become a Global Gathering sponsor today!


A LOOK BACK

Last year’s Global Gathering event was a success thanks to the generosity of so many.

Supporters like you make it possible for us to serve children like Safwan, a heart warrior from Bangladesh who was born with congenital heart disease and diagnosed shortly after birth. His inspiring story was shared at the Global Gathering in 2023.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

About Children’s HeartLink
Children’s HeartLink saves children’s lives by transforming pediatric heart care in underserved parts of the world. The global nonprofit organization (NGO), partners medical volunteers from top teaching and research institutions with doctors, nurses and health care professionals in Bangladesh, Brazil, China, India, Malaysia and Vietnam to develop or improve pediatric cardiac care programs. Since 1969, the organization has reached more than 1.5 million children.