To serve as advocates for Seattle Children's through our volunteer, philanthropic and educational endeavors to ensure excellent health care for all children in our region.

"The Miracle House," a name coined for Seattle Children's by faithful supporter and storyteller Phil Smart, Sr., was a name given to our guild as recognition of our unique history.  

Traditionally, a guild’s core membership is a group of friends, co-workers or neighbors. Our guild was created by the Guild Association in response to a diverse group of people who expressed an interest in guild membership, but who did not have a specific link to an existing guild. Thus The Miracle House Guild was formed in 2000 which brought together a group of strangers from all over greater King and Pierce counties.

Now in our fifteenth year, we are a strong group of friends and one of the top 15 revenue-producing guilds. Our numbers have grown as friends of friends and members of our patient spotlight families have joined the guild. We all share an on-going commitment to supporting Seattle Children's and we are proud of the tradition we have created with our annual “Where Miracles Take Flight” auction.

2015 Patient Spotlight - Stay Tuned!

 

 

15th Annual

'Where Miracles Take Flight'

Auction

Saturday, October 24th, 2015
Palace Ballroom
2100 5th Ave - Seattle, WA
Website

Doors Open at 6:30 PM

Silent and Live Auctions; Wine and Cocktails
Heavy Hors D'oeuvres
Cocktail Attire



 

About Seattle Children's

Recognitions

In May 2012, U.S. News & World Report magazine placed Seattle Children's Hospital among the nation's top children's hospitals for the 20th consecutive year.

Children’s ranked 6th in this year’s honor roll – meaning it’s the 6th highest ranked children’s hospital in the nation – the hospital’s highest ranking yet.

Children’s was also 3rd in the country for its nephrology program, 5th for urology, 7th for cancer and 8th for neurology/neurosurgery. Other Children’s programs receiving top recognition by U.S. News included cardiology/heart surgery, pulmonary, orthopedics, neonatology, gastroenterology and diabetes/endocrinology.

In 2010, Seattle Metropolitan magazine featured 77 Seattle Children's medical staff members in its annual Top Doctors issue, and Seattle magazine featured 107 Seattle Children's medical staff members in its annual Top Doctors issue.

In February 2009, Parents magazine placed Seattle Children's Hospital among the nation's top children's hospitals for the fifth consecutive time. 

Recent Research Accomplishments

As one of the nation's top five pediatric research centers, Seattle Children's Research Institute is dedicated to making breakthrough discoveries that help prevent, treat and cure childhood disease.

The research institute attracts the world's best pediatric physicians and scientists.Over 250 investigators are supported by nearly $53 million in federal grants for fiscal year 2010. The almost 1000 faculty and staff conduct research in 300,000 square feet of laboratory and support space and the institute has acquired 2 million square feet of developable space devoted specifically to growing our research programs in the coming year.

For more information about Seattle Children's accomplishments visit www.seattlechildrens.org