• Providing more than
    half a million overnight
    accommodations since 1982
  • Memories of a lifetime:
    Operating the largest pediatric
    respite program nationwide
  • Hospital Housing:
    #1 in pediatric housing
    for Johns Hopkins Hospital
  • Military Initiative:
    Going above and beyond for families
    serving in the United States Armed Forces
  • Our Goal:
    Keeping families together
    during a child's illness
The Believe In Tomorrow Children's Foundation provides exceptional hospital and respite housing services to critically ill children and their families. We believe in keeping families together during a child’s medical crisis, and that the gentle cadence of normal family life has a powerful influence on the healing process.

What if your son was in the hospital, but you were unable to be by his side?

What if your daughter was sick, and her medical expenses had ruled out any chance of a family getaway for years?

Since 1982, Believe In Tomorrow has been helping families answer these difficult questions. Whether it’s a warm welcome in the middle of the night, or an exciting adventure that inspires hope in children battling for their lives, we have come to understand what it is these families need most.

Hospital Housing

Hospital Housing

Our hospital housing program is the premier provider of overnight accommodations for families of children receiving treatment at the world-renowned Johns Hopkins Children’s Center in Baltimore, MD.

Respite Housing

Respite Housing

Six facilities provide beach getaways and mountain escapes that bring comfort and hope to children battling life-threatening illnesses

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This year, Believe In Tomorrow has the profound honor of being chosen by two local Subaru dealerships as their hometown charity of choice in the Subaru Share the Love Event. We are overjoyed to be a part of such a wonderful event and to be working with both the Annapolis and Gateway Subaru dealerships.

This is the 13th year that Subaru is hosting the Share the Love Event and is hoping that this year will mark $200 million donated to charities. Such an amazing achievement!

With every new Subaru purchased or leased, Subaru will donate $250 to your choice of charities (you can choose among five). Annapolis and Gateway Subaru will also donate a minimum of $50 to Believe In Tomorrow for each new vehicle sold or leased.

Thank you to both dealerships for choosing Believe In Tomorrow and the children and families who rely on our programs for support. Visit the websites below for more information or to contact the dealerships directly.


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It is truly heartwarming when the children and families we serve visit us weeks, months, and even years after their stay in our hospital and respite programs. After a surprise visit from Tanner to The Children's House at Johns Hopkins, we were reminded of the long lasting impact a child's experience in our programs can have.

Now more than ever, it is in your hands to help us continue to make a positive difference in the lives of children like Tanner's, so that years from now, we can look back on these times with a mix of emotions and be proud we made such a difference in so many lives.

Stay healthy and safe and please consider making a tax-deductible gift online today at believeintomorrow.org/donate/
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Donate a car

Donate your car, truck, motorcycle, boat, or RV – no matter the condition. Using the Independent Charities of America’s free, convenient donation service, you can easily and quickly convert your vehicle into a tax-deductible donation for Believe In Tomorrow’s programs.

Begin your vehicle donation online now!

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The Children's HouseMeet Armani

Armani’s family had their lives instantly change when she was diagnosed with cancer.  This spunky cheerleader spent 72 days living at The Believe In Tomorrow Children’s House at Johns Hopkins while she underwent treatments at the Johns Hopkins Children’s Center in Baltimore. Armani’s mother, Tonia, was thankful that the family was able to stay at […]