Miracles on Madison celebrates the kids

Published: June 25th, 2019

Category: Announcements, CMN Events, For the Kids, Fundraiser, Thank you!

Street view at Miracles on MadisonLast month, Tallahassee celebrated the children served by Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals at UF Health Shands Children’s Hospital with the 2nd annual Miracles on Madison, a downtown, block party-style event.

Sunset dinner at Miracles on Madison

With live music from Tallahassee’s own Highway 85, food stations from eight CollegeTown restaurants, Jumbo Plinko, wine toss and street games, over 350 guests and supporters raised more than $25,000 for the kids.

Attendees at Miracles on Madison.


Wine toss event at Miracles on Madison.

Tallahassee’s own Caden Buth, CMN Hospitals Champion representing UF Health Shands Children’s Hospital, represented the hundreds of children from the Big Bend in need of specialized pediatric care not available to them locally who are served by the hospital. Caden’s mom Christina shared his story and journey with Hemophilia A, and expressed how important it is for our communities to continue to support the initiatives of UF Health through Children’s Miracle Network Hospital to give children like Caden and their families hope, and make miracles happen for more kids like him.

Wine Toss game at Miracles on Madison


Thank you for the more than 25,000 miracles you made possible for Shands Kids Tallahassee!





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