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The Children's Institute has done so much for us. I had a feeling they might be our lifeline and they have been...they really have.
In 1902, Emile Terrenoire lost both of his legs in a train accident. Inspired by his story, Mary Irwin Laughlin founded what was then the Memorial Home for Cripple(d) Children that same year, with Emile as its first resident.
Ray Wojszynski knew how music could make a difference in people's lives. He chose to share his love for music by giving to benefit the amazing kids at The Children's Institute.
Meet Gez Ebbert, one of our superhero supporters. Gez made an amazing commitment to the future of The Children's Institute of Pittsburgh by making a legacy gift.
Through Family Support Services, John and Mary Tadler became a family of five, creating a loving, permanent home for their three girls.
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