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Arnold Palmer Invitational presented by Mastercard is a proud supporter of Arnie’s Army Charitable Foundation. Arnie’s Army is marching toward a better tomorrow. We believe it is our mission to invest in the health, well-being and development of children and youth. We believe that Arnie’s Army is united behind something stronger than ourselves. These “beliefs” are core to the foundational fabric of Arnie’s Army.
Arnie's March Against Children's Cancer presented by Carroll Bradford is a fundraising walk held annually during the Arnold Palmer Invitational presented by Mastercard. This is a local Orlando event to help support pediatric cancer research and clinical trials at Orlando Health Arnold Palmer Hospital for Children.
Art Meets Medicine is a showcase of over 100 art pieces created by cancer patients and their caregivers exploring creative ways to bring hope to healing. There is no cost to patients and caregivers in Central Florida for the materials, time and expertise of the resident artist, volunteers and art interns that we provide.
Orlando Health recently received a $20,000 grant from CVS Health to conduct opioid education for healthcare providers. This includes targeted emergency department (ED) staff, trauma staff, care management and nursing staff. The goal of the grant is to educate these providers on understanding addiction, specifically, opioid use disorder. The program will cover (1) understanding addiction, (2) why addiction takes place, and (3) inform on the types of treatments that exist for opioid use disorder, including medication-assisted treatment (MAT) and cognitive behavioral therapy.
Madison (Maddy) Flaherty was just short her of fifth birthday when she lost her battle to Cockayne Disease, a very rare neurodegenerative disorder. She and her twin sister, Morgan, had a seemingly normal delivery, but over time the family noticed that Maddy was not meeting the expected milestones.
In the summer of 2017, Ryan started to experience lower back pain which varied in severity. We initially thought it was a minor soccer injury and took her to an Orthopedic Surgeon. He made an initial prognosis of slipped discs and prescribed a soft back brace to wear when she was in pain. The pain came and went over the next few months, but in March 2018, the level intensified to a point where over the counter pain medications were no longer working.
Orlando, FL (December 4, 2018) – Orlando Health Dr. P. Phillips Hospital, Orlando Health Orlando Regional Medical Center (ORMC) and Orlando Health Arnold Palmer Hospital for Children have been designation as Top Hospitals in the country by the Leapfrog Group, an independent hospital watchdog organization. Performance across many areas of hospital care is considered in establishing the qualifications for the award, including infection rates, maternity care, and the hospital’s capacity to prevent medication errors.
Staring February 1, you can get your Valentine Heart Cookie from a Panera Bread location near you. These freshly baked, heart-shaped shortbread cookies are decorated with red, white and pink icing and will be available from Saturday, February 1 – Friday, February 14. 100 percent of the proceeds from the sale of Valentine cookies will be donated to The Heart Center at Orlando Health Arnold Palmer Hospital for Children.
ORLANDO, FL, January 7, 2020 — Kohl’s grant to The Howard Phillips Center for Children and Families, part of Orlando Health Arnold Palmer Hospital for Children was made through Kohl’s National Giving Program, which awards more than $3 million in grants annually to nonprofits with a mission to support health and wellness for families. The donations are made possible through Kohl’s philanthropic program, Kohl’s Cares®, which sells children’s books and toys and donates 100 percent of the net profit to support happier and healthier communities nationwide.
ORLANDO, Fla. – Cannonball Kids’ cancer Foundation (CKc) today announced the awarding of $565,000 for four research grants to create 200 options for children battling cancer through clinical trials, programs and young investigators.