Cincinnati Children's gets record $36M donation

Alia Paavola - Print  | 

Cincinnati Children's has received the largest donation in its history, a $36 million gift from a Cincinnati-based foundation, according to the Cincinnati Enquirer.

The gift, from Convalescent Hospital for Children, will be used to improve mental healthcare for children and teens.

The gift will be used to help fund construction of a five-story inpatient behavioral health facility for Cincinnati Children's College Hill campus, which sits in a suburb of Cincinnati.

About $6 million of the donation will support other mental health programs and services.

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