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Giving Activities and Events: Women & Infants Services

Through annual reunions, special events and educational activities, we provide opportunities for our patients and families to stay in touch. Many wonderful fund-raising events, organized by grateful patients, help us save and change lives. With a little help from our friends, we can do remarkable things.

When you donate to the Little Star Fund, you help support programs, patient care and innovative research connected to obstetrics, maternal/fetal medicine, gynecology, the NICU and more. Your gift supports clinical care, research and education for healthy moms, healthy pregnancies and healthy babies. Make a difference by giving to the Little Star Fund today.

Please contact Nicole Ukens, Director of Development, at 858-534-0198 or nukens@ucsd.edu for more information about the Little Star Fund or any of the programs below.

Little Grad Picnic 

The annual picnic attracts more than 1,500 individuals, including former patients, doctors, nurses, and families who come together to reunite and celebrate the miracle of survival. Read more about the Little Grad Picnic.

Patient and Family Advisory Council

Make your voice heard!  Join this volunteer council to help improve the overall experience for women and their families receiving care at UC San Diego Health.  Learn more about the council.

Star Party Program

If you or your family has been touched by an experience in our NICU, Birth Center, or other extraordinary care, consider commemorating your special day by hosting a Star Party. Donations from the event will be used to support Women & Infants Services at UC San Diego Health.

Isabella's Giraffe Club

A nonprofit committed to providing emotional and educational support for parents with infants in our Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU).

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