Philanthropy Impact


Through its funding of programs and activities that support children’s health care programs in Palm Beach and the surrounding counties, the Nicklaus Children’s Health Care Foundation is proud of the impact we have had on so many patients and their families.


 

Current Grantees

 

MCH Nicklaus Centers
$5,200,000
Funding supports Miami Children's Hospital
physicians who deliver pediatric subspecialty
care for children with special medical needs
at Nicklaus Centers established in Palm
Beach County.

 

Nationwide Children's Hospital
$719,000
Funding provided as the benefiting charity of
the Memorial Tournament in support of the
Memorial Tournament Neonatal Intensive
Care Unit and other areas of need at Nationwide
Children's Hospital.

 

Jupiter Medical Center
$600,000
Funding made possible from the proceeds
of the Lost Tree Pro-Member fundraiser supports
the establishment of a new Level II Neonatal
Intensive Care Unit at Jupiter Medical Center.

 

Inova Children's Hospital
$140,000
Funding made possible from the proceeds of the
Creighton Farm Invitational supports the Nicklaus
Children's Clinic for Physical and Occupational Therapy.

 

Children's National Medical Center
$75,000

Funding supports the Nicklaus Children's Health Care
Foundation/Creighton Farms Invitational Fund for
Childhood Cancer.

 Kidz1stFund
$10,000

Funding supports Fanconi anemia research at the Fanconi
Anemia Comprehenisve Care Program at the University of
Minnesota.




Quantum House
$10,000
Funding provides managements and operational
support of the two Bear Dens - sleep and shower
rooms for parents and caregivers with children in
the pediatric intensive care unit at the Children's
Hospital at St. Mary's Medical Center.


The Cooper Foundation
$10,000
Funding supports the Bright Beginnings Neonatal
Follow-Up Program at The Children’s Regional Hospital
at Cooper.



The Gary Carter Foundation
$10,000

Funding supports the Autism Project of Palm Beach County.


 

Jupiter Medical Center
$8,000
Funding a Jupiter Medical Center Nurse Educator
to provide nutritional and medical education and
support to children with diabetes receiving
treatment at Children's Medical Services.