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Lucile Packard Children's Hospital at Stanford


The proceeds from
the concerts and recordings will go toward building "rooms of magic" at Lucile Packard Children's Hospital at Stanford in association with the Elf Foundation of Hollywood, California. We will be setting up a number of rooms where sick kids can go to watch movies, TV, or other events or listen to music. These are not ordinary theaters. They will have the latest technology and a high "wow" factor. We will also be modernizing the hospital with the high-tech audio and video distribution and other systems. 


With over 650 physicians and 4750 staff support and volunteers, Packard Children's Hospital is a world-class, non-profit hospital devoted entirely to the care of babies, children, adolescents and expectant mothers.

Because they are an academic medical center on the 
Stanford University campus, they benefit from a faculty and staff that is recognized as much for their achievements as for their commitment to care. Many of the doctors also serve as professors at the Stanford University School of Medicine.

Internationally recognized for the care they provide, they also have an extensive network of community and outreach services in dozens of locations around the San Francisco Bay area, and the greater Pacific Northwest. As they continue to expand, Packard Children's Hospital is making it easier for children and mothers to access the care they need.

We have a strong pe
rsonal connection to the Children's Hospital as our daughter, Rachel, has received advanced care there her entire life, starting when she was diagnosed with cystic fibrosis at two months old. Rachel has also participated in a number of research projects and medical trials.

We are thus extremely pleased to be able to give something back to the hospital by donating and building state-of-the-art theater and music rooms for children who know too well what the inside of hospital room looks like. 


If you would like to be more involved or give a donation directly to this project, please contact us at 650.964.4000 or email us at donations@audiohigh.com.