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For the Kids

This monthly newsletter covers the Office of Development’s highlights and happenings related to UF Health Shands Children’s Hospital.

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For the Kids

DM at FSU presents check

DM at FSU presents check

Nov 9th, 2016

Representatives from Dance Marathon at FSU presented $715K check in support of UF Health Shands Children’s Hospital. Christopher Jolley, M.D., UF College of Medicine pediatric surgeon, accepts the check on the hospital’s behalf.

Planned gifts can leave a legacy

Nov 9th, 2016

There are many ways to support UF Health Shands Children’s Hospital, and gifts of all kinds help kids receive the life-saving treatment they need.

Featured Photos: Human vs. Zombies

Featured Photos: Human vs. Zombies

Nov 9th, 2016

CMN Ambassador Kids were called to stop a zombie invasion! Students involved with Extra Life transformed into zombies for the annual Humans vs. Zombies battle on UF’s campus.

Annual Giving

This quarterly newsletter sent to Annual Giving donors highlights how your support impacts patient care, research and education at UF Health.

Annual Giving

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Assisting the assistant

Sep 19th, 2016

Teresa Zamor is experiencing a lot of firsts as a physician assistant student at the UF College of Medicine.

Employees define the future of health care, together

Employees define the future of health care, together

Sep 19th, 2016

Through the annual “Raising Hope at Work” employee giving campaign, UF Health Shands and UF College of Medicine faculty and employees have joined together since 2009 to raise money for the biggest needs of our organization.

Sheila and Doug Kirk at last year's

Funding hope: Parkinson’s patient on the road again

Apr 28th, 2016

When he was 38 years old, Doug Kirk remembers how things like brushing his teeth or raising his left arm became difficult. He wasn’t able to sleep. Even sitting for extended periods of time proved painful. But this summer, he and his wife Sheila will cycle for more than 450 miles along the scenic southern hills of Iowa.