Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals


Helping Make Miracles Happen


UF Health Shands Children’s Hospital is the CMN Hospital for the Gainesville/North Central Florida, Tallahassee/South Georgia and West Palm Beach areas.

CMN Hospital’s founding pledge – to keep all donations in the area in which they were raised – remains at the core of its philosophy. Throughout the year, a coalition of hospital employees, media partners, civic organizations and volunteers conduct fundraising events, working together to ensure the health of kids in their communities.


Mission


The mission of CMN Hospitals is to build awareness and raise funds for hospitalized children. The purpose of the organization is to help advance health care for children in our local community.

Visit the Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals National website.


Contact


We would love to talk about how you can make miracles happen for UF Health Shands Children’s Hospital. Contact our office to learn more.


Newsletter


Keep up with the latest news from UF Health Shands Children’s Hospital in our monthly eNewsletter, For the Kids.


The latest from For the Kids

For the Kids

Ambassador Highlight: Meet Emily and Elie

Jun 22nd, 2017

A hospital stay is not something a family wants to experience—let alone with multiple family members.

UF Health president spotlights CMN

Jun 22nd, 2017

UF Health President and UF Senior Vice President for Health Affairs David S. Guzick, M.D., Ph.D., recently wrote a column spotlighting the significant growth and impact our CMN program has made at UF Health Shands Children’s Hospital.

Summer CMN campaigns march on

Jun 22nd, 2017

Two major CMN Hospitals partners, Dairy Queen and Publix, have kicked off their annual Miracle Balloon icon campaigns.

Introducing our CMN blog

Jun 22nd, 2017

You can get an inside look at the stories and people who make UF Health Shands Children’s Hospital such a special place.

Fishing for Kids reels in $17K

May 25th, 2017

The 13th annual Saltwater Trout Fishing for Kids tournament netted big support for UF Health Shands Children's Hospital.