Thank you for your interest in supporting All Children's through the Development Council's activities.
The members of the Development Council are advocates for children through friend-raising and fund-raising opportunities in the Tampa Bay community. We also strive to instill community ownership in children's health care issues and the programs of All Children's Hospital. I invite you to become an advocate today!
The Development Council's fundraising and friendraising programs include the annual VIP Auction, hosted dinners at the Ronald McDonald House, Lunch & Learn educational programs, fundraising happy hours, legislative advocacy, general membership meetings, participation in All Children's annual Telethon and Radiothon and much more. We offer many activities in which to become involved, but the amount of your participation and involvement is entirely up to you. We are a fun, diverse group with over 100 members residing in the greater Tampa Bay area.
The Development Council selects specific programs at All Children's to support via monetary pledges. Our current pledge of $500,000 is in support of All Children's Autism Center. We intend to fulfill the pledge by December 31, 2013.
I invite you to join me and the other members of a growing organization dedicated to ensuring the continued success of All Children's and its patients in creating healthier tomorrows.
Thank you again for your interest in the Development Council.
Development Council President
The Development Council of All Children's Hospital Foundation was established to encourage young community leaders to become advocates for All Children's Hospital. The Council's programs include community education, fundraising, friendraising, and legislative activities that enhance the Hospital's Role as a leading pediatic treatment, education, teaching and research center.
Since 1985, the Council's efforts have assisted in generating over $2.4 million for programs and services. The Development Council seeks members who wish to serve All Children's Hospital and work for better ways to provide quality healthcare for our children. The Council is an excellent way to meet new people, have fun and network with other professionals from the community.