The Children's Inn at the National Institutes of Health is a residential "place like home" for sick children and their families. Children come from across the country and around the world to stay together with their families in The Inn's healing environment while receiving groundbreaking medical treatments at the NIH, the world's leading biomedical research center. While the NIH takes care of the child's medical needs, The Inn tends to the child's heart, soul and spirit.


Inn Celebrates 25th Anniversary

he Children's Inn at NIH will mark its 25th anniversary on
June 21, 2015 and the countdown to that historic day is beginning! We look forward to a year of celebration, retrospectives and special events leading up to the big day. Stay tuned for more details as the year unfolds. 
As part of the celebration, we hope you will join our premier fundraising event, "An Evening for Hope" featuring the Capitol Steps, on May 2, 2015, at the Ritz-Carlton,Tysons Corner, VA. For more information on sponsorships, click here.

Support The Inn Through the CFC#10324

Federal employees can give to The Inn through the Combined Federal Campaign this fall! The Inn's CFC number is 10324. If you would like someone from The Inn to speak to your federal office about CFC giving, need informational material about The Inn, or have questions about designating The Children's Inn through the CFC, please contact Lauren Stabert at or 301-451-9461.   

Toyota's K's for Kids in Full Swing  

Washington Area Toyota Dealers are once again supporting The Inn through their K's for Kids initiative, donating $37 for every National's strikeout this season, at home or away games, by any pitcher. Last year, the K’s for Kids program delivered more than $50,000 to The Inn. The $37 donation highlights Nats’ star pitcher Stephen Strasburg - #37. In addition, Washington Area Toyota Dealers provide dozens of Inn families the opportunity to attend ballgames, watch batting practice and catch Nats’ excitement. Thanks Toyota!  

Promising Treatment for Devastating Disease 

Watch video that tells the story of Inn resident Kayla Martinez who is being treated at the National Institute of Arthritis and Musculoskeletal and Skin Diseases at the National Institutes of Health for NOMID, or neonatal-onset multisystem inflammatory disease, a rare disease that is often fatal.