Unstoppable Progress
through Unwavering Support

Rady Children’s Institute for Genomic Medicine is transforming pediatric care. We are striving for a future where all children and families facing pediatric rare disease have access to life-changing genomic medicine.

Through revolutionary technology and groundbreaking discoveries, we are solving medical mysteries to give children and families the answers they deserve.

Our ability to improve the lives of critically ill newborns and children is made possible, in large part, through the generous support of individual, corporate and community donors.

By investing in the Institute, our philanthropic partners empower us to expand access to Rapid Precision Medicine™ to children and families nationwide. Your generosity helps make possible innovative discoveries to develop new therapies for devastating pediatric diseases.

Julie Reinke, Assistant Vice President of Philanthropy

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About the Foundation

Rady Children’s Hospital Foundation is the philanthropic resource for the Institute. We believe in the power of philanthropy to save lives.

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Your support and partnership will help us to become a major regional, national and international center for pediatric Rapid Precision Medicine™.

A Generous History

Ernest, Eveyln and Harry

The Institute’s groundbreaking work is a testament to the incredible power of philanthropy. In 2014, Ernest Rady and his family made an extraordinary investment in the health and well-being of children through their generous donation to establish the Rady Children’s Institute for Genomic Medicine.

Capitalizing on San Diego’s rich bio-tech landscape, the Rady family’s transformative generosity is paving the way for a radical breakthrough in pediatric health. 

We are grateful for our many generous supporters.
Several transformative gifts are noted below.

August 2014

Rady Children’s Hospital and Health Center pledge helps establish the Institute



Marriott Foundation gift supports RCIGM goal of sequencing 10,000 infants and children by 2024.
Data generated will help expand the knowledge base about the genetic origins of rare disease and establishing foundational knowledge for developing targeted treatments.


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