Attract new donors with little asks
Spark small-donor acquisition by crowdfunding great ideas from your pediatric nurses, social workers, & child-life specialists - for free!
Expand your community
Attract new support from people, brands, & foundations by posting little opportunities to donate or volunteer with your hospital.
Empower your people
Give nurses, social workers, & child-life a simple, controlled way to fund their great ideas.
Improve patient care
Fulfill unmet hospital needs fast, improve internal communication, and collect data on what's needed across your entire hospital.
A controlled way to scale your fundraising
On Anddit, you own your hospital's #hashtag. So any request that includes your #hashtag requires approval by you (or whoever you designate).
This allows you to control your fundraising without limiting its scalability. And once approved, requests are enthusiastically promoted by the requestors.
Quickly post support opportunities - approved from your staff or posted as your hospital - that are personal, tangible, and powerful.
What is Anddit?
Anddit is a community that helps childhood cancer families, nonprofits, & clinicians find support.
How can my hospital make sure donations are allocated correctly?
We've set up two options:
1. Accept funds directly and track amounts through our easy-to-use donation dashboards.
2. Partner with The Monday Life, a 501(c)3 national non-profit organization for children's hospitals, who is accepting donations on behalf of hospitals on Anddit and then buying/shipping the requested items to you once the request is fulfilled.
What are the fees?
Thanks to our sponsors, Anddit is free to use and we don't charge any platform fees.
If you accept donations, the only fees are for credit card processing (2.9% + 30 cents) and for bank payout (0.5%), both of which are charged by our payment processor, Stripe.
Innovative Children's Hospitals
See how the world's best children's hospitals are using Anddit.
CHOP nurses ask for 10 therapeutic pillows on Anddit. They get 100.
CHOP nurses Megan and Carolyn noticed one of their patients used his own special therapeutic pillow after abdominal surgery to reduce his pain during coughing episodes.
Inspired to bring this comfort to more patients, the two nurses quickly requested 10 therapeutic pillows on Anddit.
Within a week, 100 pillows were funded (nursing units are incredible at rallying support). Thanks to the creativity of Megan and Carolyn, and the innovative culture of CHOP development, many abdominal surgery patients will now feel less pain.
Brenner Children's Hospital brings 3D gaming to their patients,
just by asking on Anddit.