SFCH x CMN
With your support, we can give more local kids the miracles they deserve.
The moment a child arrives at Studer Family Children’s Hospital, your Children’s Miracle Network Hospital, a miracle is in the making.
Studer Family Children’s Hospital joined the Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals (CMNH) in 1986. CMNH was established in 1983 by Marie Osmond and John Schneider to help all sick kids get the finest health care possible, regardless of their family’s ability to pay. CMNH’s mission is to generate funds and awareness for local children’s hospitals.
When we come together for our children, our whole community wins.
Studer Family Children’s Hospital is supported by CMN Hospital Partners, which work tirelessly throughout the year raising funds, one dollar at a time. This fiscal year, donations to our Children’s Hospital by our local CMNH partners and programs totaled more than $810,000. We extend our heartfelt gratitude to our amazing corporate partners and their associates, leaders, and customers for their dedication and support to our patients and families.
Ace Hardware, CEFCO, Credit Union for Kids, Dairy Queen, Direct Energy, IHOP, Kiwanis International, Log a Load, Love’s Travel Stops, Panda Express, Publix, RE/MAX, Sam’s Club, United Network of America, Walmart
Become a Local Partner
CMN provides engaging strategies and resources for local companies that are looking for a way to raise funds for Studer Family Children’s Hospital. To learn how your business can help support Studer Family Children’s Hospital through CMN campaigns, contact email@example.com
Participate in Programs
CMN Hospitals offers a variety of programs throughout the year that allow people to connect with and support Studer Family Children’s Hospital, while participating in activities they enjoy. Current programs include University of West Florida Dance Marathon, and Extra Life, and Radiothon. Learn more about programs that support us by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org
Meredith Harrison had a very normal pregnancy, so when her son was born with a heart defect, it came as a total shock.
Carter was immediately transferred to the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) of the Studer Family Children’s Hospital at Ascension Sacred Heart, where he would spend the first two weeks of his life. Meredith credits pediatric cardiologist Dr. Matthew Furst to saving Carter’s life multiple times since then.
Diagnosed with the rare Treacher Collins syndrome, Abigail looked different from the other newborns.
“Even when Abigail was in pain, she smiled and laughed through it,” her mother shares. “She has great compassion for others. If she sees that someone seems sad, she will touch their hand and ask, ‘Are you okay?’”
For this and many other reasons, Abigail has been named the Children’s Miracle Network Hospital Hero for 2019.