The Leprechaun Foundation

“Making special dreams come true”

We Get Thanks

Just some of the “Thank You” correspondence we receive

Over the years, the Leprechauns have received many letters and cards of thanks and gratitude from children, families and hospital staff—here are just a few, starting with the most recent.

MetroHealthSpecial thanks from MetroHealth

May 18, 2020

We wanted to send a heartfelt thank you to The Leprechaun Foundation for your very generous donation of gift cards for pediatric patients and families at MetroHealth. During an especially tough time, your continued support is beyond appreciated.

Because of your thoughtfulness and commitment, pediatric patients and families that need support with groceries will be able to receive that support. This will allow families to focus on their families and child’s health.

Being in the hospital is scary enough for a child and their family, but even more frightening now. You continue to touch our families each step of the way on their journey – making such a difference for them.

On behalf of the Department of Pediatrics and Child Life and Education, we can’t thank you enough! We hope you are staying well.


Jessica Chupnik, MS, CCLS
Manager, Child Life and Education
MetroHealth Medical Center

MetroHealthHoliday thanks from MetroHealth

January 20, 2020

On behalf of the Department of Pediatrics at MetroHealth, we would like to thank you for your very generous donation of toys, board games, crafts, dolls, pillows and more during the holiday season to the Child Life and Education program.

Patients and families loved the stockings and stocking stuffers that they found when they woke up Christmas morning. Additionally, we are incredibly grateful for your team adopting 17 families for the holidays—making their season so much brighter. We are beyond touched by your continued thoughtfulness.

Your gifts made such a difference in the lives of pediatric patients and their families throughout MetroHealth, providing comfort, play, familiarization and so much more during such a scary time in their lives.

We cannot thank you enough for the amazing support you have given to the patients and families. We are looking forward to working together in the future and we wish you all the best in the new year ahead!


Jessica Chupnik, MS, CCLS
Manager, Child Life and Education
MetroHealth Medical Center

Annual Rainbow Sickle Cell Community Day 2019

The Sickle Cell Center at Rainbow Babies and Children’s Hospital had its annual Sickle Cell Community Day hosting over 150 patients and family members for a day of fun.

With funding from the Leprechaun Foundation, we were able to provide a day filled with fun activities, lunch, and information from community agencies. This event focuses on back to school resources so every child leaves the event with a new backpack filled with school supplies too!

We are appreciative of the support the Leprechaun Foundation provides us throughout the year.

Amy Fink, MSW, LISW-S
Pediatric Sickle Cell Social Worker
Rainbow Babies and Children’s Hospital