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  1. Survey: Parents and Public Reporting

    Your experience matters and your input is very valuable! Read on for important information.  You can access the survey here. Over the last two years, the Pediatric Congenital Heart Association has been working hard to achieve public reporting and transparency of congenital heart disease outcomes data.  Some of our activities have included our Questions to…

  2. Living Dangerously: Cringe-worthy moments in the life and times of a heart mom

    Margaret King is a talented writer who volunteers to cover a variety of topics for the Pediatric Congenital Heart Association. We are so thankful for her, as we are of all our volunteers. Lend your own talent to make a difference, volunteer with us today! Being a heart parent requires leaps of faith every day. All parents walk…

  3. Volunteer at PCHA!

    The Pediatric Congenital Heart Association recognizes the vital importance of volunteers to ensure that we can achieve our mission – to Conquer Congenital Heart Disease. It takes a community coming together around education, research and awareness to make an impact!

    Ready to Volunteer? Complete our volunteer application, today!

    There are many ways to get involved:

  4. When a Cause Finds You

    The Pediatric Congenital Heart Association is pleased to welcome Jonathan Corwin as our newest blogger.  In just a few short months, Jonathan has dove in and participated in many PCHA activities from advocacy, to fundraising, and now blogging.  Welcome, Jonathan, we are so grateful you found us! If you would like to be an advocate, like…

  5. Guided Questions Tool

    Ask these important questions to your care team. Click here for a printable .pdf version of the Guided Question Tool/Questions to Ask your Cardiac Care Team. En Español: Cuestionario de Preguntas Guidas QUESTIONS TO ASK THE CARDIAC TEAM It is hard to hear the words “there is something wrong with your baby’s heart.” But, there is…