Linda Bevec’s daughter, Claire, received a kidney transplant at Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin when she was just 10 years old. Going through that experience made Linda realize how important it is to be a voice for children — because often children can’t speak up for themselves.

Watch this short video to learn why Linda is a member of Children’s Advocacy Network. Then, register to become a member yourself. I encourage you to share this video with your friends and family and invite them to become members, too.

Our kids need us to be their voices. Together, we can make a difference for kids.

– Jennifer Mance, Community Relations and Advocacy program manager, Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin

Children's Advocacy Network

Through Children’s Advocacy Network, Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin helps improve the health and well-being of all children and families. By joining Children’s Advocacy Network, you’ll receive updates on our activities, learn about opportunities to contact your legislator or be asked to participate in community events.


We can make a difference for kids, but we need your help — 2 Comments

  1. As a person close to retirement, I look back and see how important children are. They need to have advocates, otherwise, we all are doomed to failure.