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$2 Million In Community Support Makes New Radiation Technology Possible

This latest technology at Tallahassee Memorial Cancer Center is made possible in part by a $2 million gift from the TMH Foundation, the largest ever made by the Foundation to TMH. The TMH Foundation, with generous support from the community, provides funds to support the services, programs, patients and families of TMH.

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Fourth Annual #FlamingoChallenge Raises Record Amount

In a true, community-wide effort, the fourth annual #FlamingoChallenge, held during Breast Cancer Awareness Month in October, raised more than $85,000 – the highest amount yet – all to benefit breast cancer patients in our community.

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Tackling Food Insecurity is Focus of Grant

Tallahassee Memorial HealthCare, with funding from the Florida Blue Foundation, is starting a unique program to help families in the Big Bend who are on the cusp of food insecurity.

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The Vellers

Don and Frances Veller's Generosity Lives On

A few years before their passing in 2006, Don and Frances Veller wanted to make a difference by supporting patient care in our region. Don, who served as Florida State University’s first full-time football coach, and Fran, who was involved in civic organizations throughout our community, decided to include Tallahassee Memorial HealthCare in their estate plans.

Today, their legacy lives on and the fund they created so many years ago continues to help enhance patient care. 

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Liam Brewster & Desiree Fenniman, RN

Donor Makes Gift to Recognize NICU Nurse

Much can happen in 10 years. Just ask the family of Amanda and Brewster Bevis, whose son, Liam, was born six weeks early and spent 31 days in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) at Tallahassee Memorial HealthCare (TMH), the only Level III NICU in the region.

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Stephanie Perkins with several dogs

Our Donors Make Animal Therapy Month Special

July is Animal Therapy Month at Tallahassee Memorial HealthCare (TMH). Thanks to the support of our donors, so many people are touched who can benefit from the caring visit of on or our volunteers and their specially trained pets.

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You Can Create A Legacy - Even By Honoring a Beloved Pet

The positive impact my first dog had on my life still resonates, well beyond the 12-plus years we had with her. She, in a way, left a legacy. Which pets left their paw prints on your heart?

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Simba the dog on the job

Your Support Helps Simba Bring a Smile to Patients’ Faces

I am just the honored person who is holding the leash,” said animal therapist Noreen Boynton. “Five seconds after I leave, people probably won’t remember my name, but they will remember Simba — and then ask, ‘When is Simba coming back?’ Not, ‘When is Noreen coming back?’”

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Tillie the therapy dog receiving her award

Florida Bar Members Continue Support of the Rikki SuperPup Program at TMH

Thirteen-year-old rescue greyhound Tillie is an honorary Therapy Dog in the TMH Animal Therapy program, recognized for her support of the program through the sales of Tales of Tillie, her coffee table book of canine wit and wisdom.

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Max the therapy dog et al

Animal Therapy Donors Help Make Memories Come Alive at Westminster Oaks

After Barbara, a trained Animal Therapy volunteer, began to suffer from dementia and moved to Westminster Oaks in Tallahassee, her husband continued to bring Max, her therapy dog, to the residential care facility.

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Sandi Poreda and Ella the Dog

A Diamond in the Ruff

The pup they rescued 12 years ago at the Live Oak, Fla., exit, has since flourished and has become a rock star in the Animal Therapy program at Tallahassee Memorial HealthCare.

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Karen Vogter

Karen Vogter

Karen carries on her husband Mark’s legacy through the Tallahassee Tennis Challenger, which has raised more than $850,000 for an endowment supporting the Vogter Neuro Intensive Care Unit (VNICU).

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The Munroes

Munroe Family

After the death of their son, Ray Jr., following a heart attack, Ray and Peggy Munroe founded the annual Have a Heart Celebration.

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The Mitchells

Chuck and Patty Mitchell

Chuck and Patty’s golden retriever, Rikki, encountered more than 20,000 people through the Animal Therapy Program.

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Mr. Claude Walker

Claude Walker

Claude’s wife, Sharon, who died in 2005, inspired people throughout Tallahassee as an active volunteer and advocate for women with breast cancer.

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Grace Dansby

Grace Dansby

Grace’s generosity provided a new helipad that greatly reduces the time it takes to transport patients from a helicopter into the hospital for treatment.

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Mr. & Mrs. Roberts

Shawn & Courtney Roberts

Shawn and Courtney’s generosity inspired the creation of a children’s activity center in the M.T. Mustian Center.

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The McGowans Family

The McGowans

Growing up in the small town of Ludowici, Georgia, all I ever wanted to do was play baseball. The last thing I expected was a type 1 diabetes diagnosis that came when I was 21 and pitching for the Toronto Blue Jays.

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Joy And Nolan Williams

Joy and Nolan Williams

If you’re a parent, you know how terrible it feels when your child is sick. Every time your child coughs, or cries, or grimaces in pain, you feel it too, and all you want is for your child to feel better.

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