Jacksonville Speech & Hearing Center, a nonprofit, has served 4,359 individuals, a majority of them paying subsidized fees or receiving complimentary services or hearing aids. Donors like the Jessie Ball duPont Fund; United Way of Northeast Florida; the Jessie Ball duPont Fund; the Riverside Hospital Foundation; Medtronic; and Jacksonville Lions Clubs make this possible.
48 individuals and nonprofits honored with the prestigious Celebrate Clay Awards presented by the Paul E. and Klare N. Reinhold Foundation Inc., which supports philanthropic and charitable organizations that work to improve the quality of life for Clay County residents.
An internationally recognized geriatrician was the featured speaker at Palm Healthcare Foundation's annual Spring Luncheon. “A Prescription for the Next 50 Years” was the theme for the event, which focused on advancement and innovation in health.
In Miami-Dade’s northern neighbor, Nova Southeastern University epidemiologist James Hall co-chaired the Flakka Community Action Team, an advisory council sponsored by Broward County government and the United Way of Broward County
Through its recent grant cycle, Health Foundation of South Florida has allocated $2,079,387 to help 31 nonprofit organizations accomplish projects intended to improve the health and well-being of residents and communities within Broward, Miami-Dade and Monroe counties.
Palm Healthcare Foundation, a public charity, has been prioritizing funding for nursing initiatives since its inception in 2001, when it was created by the sale of Good Samaritan Medical Center and St.
Doug Kent, who led the Gulf County Health Department for several decades, was named a runner-up for the prestigious Sapphire Award presented last week in Orlando.
An anonymous donor gave $200,000 to Manatee Community Foundation to help with the county's indigent health care problem. County commissioners agreed to partner with the foundation, using the money to hire a new Health Care Service Manager with a two-year contract.
In an effort to address the looming shortage of primary care physicians, which is a national issue mirrored locally in Palm Beach County, West Palm Beach-based Quantum Foundation has allocated $500,000 over the next three years to recruit
FPN's Florida Health Funders member affinity group presented a briefing on April 15 in Tallahassee to help inform policymakers and stakeholders with up-to-date information about health coverage for Florida's children.