2015 Diamond Ball: Diamonds are Forever

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Diamond Ball: Diamonds are Forever is Miami

President & CEO of Miami Children’s Health Foundation, Lucy Morillo inducts renowned artist, Romero Britto into the Ambassador David M. Walters International Pediatric Hall of Fame

Children’s Health Foundation’s annual signature gala and South Florida’s grandest charity event. It pays tribute to the Hospital’s grateful patients, world-class physicians and generous philanthropists. The spectacular diamond-themed black-tie affair features entertainment, a sensational luxury silent auction and much more. This year’s event chairs will be Eilah & Ben Beavers.

The Diamond Ball ranks among the top

Jorge Luis and Marile Lopez, Chair of Miami Children’s Health Foundation’s Board of Directors, unveil a new logo for Together For The Children, The Campaign For Miami Children’s alongside the President & CEO of Miami Children’s Health System, Dr. M. Narendra Kini

fundraisers in Florida (BizBash) and is recognized by society’s elite as the launch of the South Florida gala season. The event attracts an esteemed group of business, community and philanthropic notables with strong international connections and the common bond of making a difference in the lives of children.

About Miami Children’s Health Foundation

Miami Children’s Health Foundation (MCH Foundation) is a not-for profit 501(c)(3)organization established to support the creation of a world-class pediatric hospital so no child needs to leave South Florida for superior medical care. “Funding World-Class Care” and following the principle that all children deserve state-of-the-art pediatric care, MCH Foundation, now a part of the Miami Children’s Health System, has helped the 289-bed Nicklaus Children’s Hospital become a leader in pediatric healthcare with more than 650 attending physicians and over 130 pediatric sub-specialists. Currently, MCH Foundation is dedicating all its resources to Together For The Children, The Campaign For Miami Children’s, which aims to raise $150 million by 2017 and help fund priorities such as the expansion of the Emergency Department, construction of a new Advanced Pediatric Care Pavilion, enhancements to its three centers of excellence, and expanding global/telehealth endeavors. Other campaign priorities include research, pediatric outreach and special programs.