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Various circle images from ChildServe's Bubble Ball event.

ChildServe’s Run, Walk and FUN 4 the Kids

Lace up your running shoes! You’re invited to ChildServe‘s Run, Walk and FUN 4 the Kids on Saturday, June 10. This fun-filled family event features a 5K race, 1 mile walk/run, children’s races and a finish line festival.

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What’s Happening at ChildServe

DAISY Award Winner

DAISY Award Winner

ChildServe nurses make an amazing difference in the lives of children, young adults, and families across Iowa. Individually, nurses can transform the lives of those they help support. For the Dearinger family, ChildServe nurse Pat Rice-Larimer has done just that.

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7th Annual Bubble Ball Gala: Art Alive!

7th Annual Bubble Ball Gala: Art Alive!

The poptastic event has raised $1,000,000 for kids with special healthcare needs since it’s inaugural event in 2011. Check out this year’s amazing creations to see how designers brought art to life!

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Sarah’s Story

Before coming to ChildServe, 16-year-old Sarah spent several months in the hospital recovering from a car crash. In addition to broken bones and internal injuries, she sustained large wounds and lost a lot of muscle and tissue.

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From Our Parents

“You all have given me the greatest thing any mother could ever ask for - a hug."

-Angie, Hunter’s Mom

“ChildServe gave Lucas his voice. Without ChildServe and the therapy he has received, he would not be talking. There are not enough words to express our gratitude.”

– Susan, Lucas’ Mom

"I feel so grateful for the relationships we built at ChildServe. They care for a child medically, but it's beyond that. The staff care for the child as a whole person and the whole family."

– Buffy, Hugh’s Mom

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ChildServe improves the health and well-being of over 3,600 children each year through specialized clinical, home, and community-based programs and services. We serve children with developmental delays, disabilities, acquired injuries, and other special healthcare needs.

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