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Chiari Cares Scholarship program donations

The Board of Directors of Chiari Cares, as well as all of our contributors, volunteers, and professionals, support children diagnosed with Arnold Chiari Malformation and their families through educational resources and emotional supports.


Through Chiari Cares, we have been privileged to witness the amazing character, courage, and resilience of those diagnosed with Chiari malformation. In an effort to support the ambitions and goals of Chiari patients and families, we are happy to make available academic scholarships, in varying amounts, to both current and former Chiari patients and volunteers of our organization, as they pursue their post-secondary education.

If you are interested in support this great cause you can do so here

Once you are at the Chiari Cares store click on the area you want to donate toward below the picture.

Amazon Fire Tablet

Chiari Cares is happy to donate Amazon Fire Tablets to children admitted to the Neurosurgery Department at Cincinnati Children's Hospital.  

If you are interested in supporting this great cause you can do so here


Pikes Presents

Chiari Cares and University of Cincinnati Pi Kappa Alpha (ΠΚΑ) or Pike partner to help bring smiles to every admitted child to the Neurosurgical floor at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital. This year we were able to donate over $5,000 of presents which will provide a gift to each child. Thank you Pikes for all that you do.  


If you are interested in support this great cause you can do so here

Educational Folders

Beginning February 2011 every new Chiari patient at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center will be given a Chiari Education Folder. The goal of the folder is to provide accurate information about Arnold Chiari as well as be a resource for patients and their families. NFCF wants this material to empower each patient and family with education. Each folder will contain a basic definition, frequently asked questions and answers, signs and symptoms, diagnosis process and treatment options.

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