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Friends of Children's Mercy Northland

Friends of Children’s Mercy Northland, an auxiliary of Children’s Mercy, engages a community of friends, neighbors, families and business partners committed to educate, invest in and nurture the health of all children. This important group of civic leaders and volunteers focuses on supporting the needs of Children’s Mercy Northland by raising awareness, sponsoring events and leading efforts to support the hospital as it expands and provides excellent care throughout the Northland and the region.

Become a friend today

As a Friend of Children’s Mercy Northland, you’ll be informed of auxiliary activities, and invited to participate in events and exclusive volunteer opportunities that support the mission of Children’s Mercy.

Your membership contribution benefits patients and families, and enhances programs and services needed to provide excellent pediatric health care at Children’s Mercy Northland. The Friends of Children’s Mercy Northland offers memberships that are open to anyone with an interest in or connection to the Northland.


Founding friends

For a $1,000 one-time membership contribution, you can become a lifetime member of the Children’s Mercy Northland Auxiliary 


For a $100 annual contribution, you can become an annual member of the Children’s Mercy Northland Auxiliary. Members at the Friends must renew their membership annually in order to remain active.

About Children's Mercy Northland

Since opening its doors in 2003, Children’s Mercy Northland has responded to the region’s tremendous growth as young families continue to move into the area. For 15 years, the need for convenient urgent care and specialty pediatric services has been clearly demonstrated and expansion continues to ensure that children and families in the region are provided the highest level of care. What began as a 10,000 square foot facility with Urgent Care and four specialties, has now grown to 40,000 square feet and 25 specialties serving more than 65,000 patient visits a year. The need for enhanced services continues to increase to meet diverse health-care needs, such as the nationally- recognized Children's Mercy Tourette's Syndrome Center of Excellence, one of few such clinics in the nation, located at Children’s Mercy Northland.