When you give to the Jackson Health Foundation, you help fund the tools our doctors and nurses use to resuscitate patients, stabilize them, heal them, and return them to the loving arms of their families. You help us continue to provide the very best that medical science has to offer. The best facilities, the best technologies, and the best people. Your gift, of any size, helps us make miracles daily.

This holiday season, we invite you to join the other donors in our community to provide the best care to all South Floridians, regardless of their inability to pay.

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When you give to the Jackson Health Foundation, you help fund the tools our doctors and nurses use to resuscitate patients, stabilize them, heal them, and return them to the loving arms of their families. You help us continue to provide the very best that medical science has to offer. The best facilities, the best technologies, and the best people. Your gift, of any size, helps us make miracles daily.

This holiday season, we invite you to join the other donors in our community to provide the best care to all South Floridians, regardless of their inability to pay.

THE IMPACT OF YOUR DONATION.

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Ella’s Miracle

Ella suffered from a rare condition called Alagille syndrome. After arriving at Holtz Children’s Hospital, she received a liver transplant, and she’s thriving and doing great.

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Gerard’s Miracle

Gerard received the gift of life — a new kidney — at the Miami Transplant Institute. His donor: his best friend and former college football teammate.

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Cassandra’s Miracle

Cassandra re-learned how to use the right side of her body after 6 weeks of physical and occupational therapies at the Lynn Rehabilitation Center. She was discharged and able to spend the holidays at home with her family.

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Karen’s Miracle

Karen, brought to our burn center after a fiery accident, was not only saved, but healed inside and out by multiple skin grafts and support-group meetings.

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Danilia’s Miracle

A lifesaving liver transplant gave 16-month-old Danilia a second chance at life. She was taken off dialysis 12 days before Christmas. Her family considered this a “Christmas miracle.”

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Ryder’s Miracle

Daniel Furlong, a former urology resident at Jackson Memorial Hospital, and his wife, Sarah, were packing for their babymoon trip – four months before the expected arrival of their first child – when suddenly, Sarah began to experience uterine cramps.

Miami Fashion Designer René Ruiz Designs Transplant Recovery Gowns

For decades, Miami fashion designer René Ruiz had designed glamorous gowns. In 2021, he began designing hospital gowns that make it easier for patients while recovering. To date, more than 4,000 gowns have been donated to Jackson Memorial.