2022 Golden Angels Gala

2022, Gala Guide, Save the date
Date Friday, April 22, 2022, 7:00 pm Price Individual Tickets: $1,250.00 Organization Jackson Health Foundation Categories 2022, Gala Guide, Save the date
Place Soho Studios Address 2136 NW 1st Ave, Miami, FL 33127 Phone 305.585.4483 Website https://jacksonhealthfoundation.org/event/golden-angels-gala/

The annual Golden Angels Gala is one of the most glamorous and anticipated social events of the season. Our Golden Angels Gala honors the generosity of the many philanthropists who have contributed to making miracles happen at Jackson Health System. Our Golden Angels have raised millions to support Jackson’s mission and generously host our gala each year.

This year we are coming together at Soho Studios located in Miami’s art district of Wynwood to honor some of Jackson’s finest medical professionals and raise funds that will help Jackson continue to provide world class care in South Florida.

For the safety of all, COVID-19 safety protocols will be strictly enforced. We will require our guests to show proof of vaccine or submit a 72-hour negative PCR test prior to our event date. No exceptions will be made. We thank you for your support during these unprecedented times.

Golden Angels Gala Chairs:

Ana VeigaMilton and Cecil Milton

Golden Angels Gala Committee:

Trish Bell
Lillie Ferreiro
Andreina Kissane
Laura D. Komar
Marile Lopez
Lynette Lorenzen
Yvette Macias Ortega
Lourdes Matinez
Ariel Penzer Milgroom
Diana Puig
Laura K. Renzi
Silvia Rios Fortun
Carol Surowiec
Ana Trejos
Suzy Wahba
Debbie Young

 

About Jackson Health Foundation

JACKSON HEALTH FOUNDATION is the private fundraising arm of Jackson Health System (JHS), the most comprehensive healthcare provider in South Florida. Established in 1991, the Foundation is governed by a volunteer board of directors committed to philanthropic activities that benefit the medical programs and services at JHS. Through the generosity of compassionate donors, the Foundation helps to fill the gaps of major capital projects and programmatic needs that cannot be financed by public bond support.