In celebration of Giving Tuesday on December 1, Elvis Duran and the Morning Show pledged up to $25,000 to match donations to UF Health for brain aneurysm research in honor of co-host Scot Langley, AKA “Froggy.”
This fall, our UF Health Shands Arts In Medicine team offered two 6-week virtual art workshop series for our CMN Ambassador families! These workshops provided Ambassadors and their siblings the opportunity to create artwork alongside other virtual classmates under the direction of UF Health artists-in-residence. CMN Ambassador Evangeline Owens…
In a year like none other, we are incredibly grateful to our corporate partners for always supporting the kids. Here is a special shout-out to our top corporate partners from this past fiscal year (July 1, 2019 – June 30, 2020) and from all of 2020 to date.
In a year of extraordinary uncertainty, our three collegiate Dance Marathon programs held successful push days for their local Children’s Miracle Network hospital, UF Health Shands Children’s Hospital. For 26.2 hours from Tuesday, Oct. 27 to Wednesday, Oct. 28, both Dance Marathon at the University of Florida and Dance Marathon…
UF Health Shands Arts in Medicine was named a beneficiary of this Friday’s virtual Tom Petty Birthday Bash.
More than 65 friends, family members and colleagues have collectively given UF $1.5 million to endow an orthopaedics post in Dr. Bill Petty's name to commemorate his contributions as one of the all-time greats in his field.
The Naples Children & Education Foundation, or NCEF, has provided the University of Florida College of Dentistry with a $1.2 million grant to continue the collaborative mission of improving the oral health of underserved children in Collier County.
Larry Dee, D.V.M, and his wife, Rita Dee, have created the Michael Schaer Professorship in Small Animal Emergency and Critical Care Medicine, which will provide perpetual support for a clinical faculty member.
UF Health Shands Hospital accepted a major donation of nearly 100,000 face masks from Cox Business Florida & Georgia.
Members of the FOE present Dr. Michael Okun with a check to support Alzheimer's and Parkinson's research at UF Health.