With Christmas right around the corner and our Inspirations teen rehab staff has decided to partake in a local holiday charity. This local event collects not only toys and gifts but also monetary funds that will be donated to the Joe DiMaggio Children’s Hospital.
Karen Corcoran-Walsh along with Inspirations teen rehab staff members donated two or more gift items for the children of Joe DiMaggio’s Hospital. These gifts are to lift their spirits for the upcoming holiday and remind them despite their hardships they are kids are heart and deserve the best.
Charities such as these are not the first for Karen and her rehab staff, together they have sponsored events such as Boca PAL, Rockers in Recovery, and Chris Evert Pro Celebrity Tennis Classic to name a few. Karen believes a strong community presence is necessary in the fight against drug abuse and drug prevention. She sets an example to not only the community and her staff but the teen clients displaying the belief that it is very important to give back in life without the expectations of getting something in return.
Karen Corcoran-Walsh invites you to all join in on this event and become a Christmas hero for a child in need. In addition to their toy drive the Wings of Gold Motor Club also holds a Motorcycle Run to raise even more money.Join the event or just make a donation to Joe DiMaggio Children’s Hospital here!
Annual Toy Run Raises Funds for Joe DiMaggio Children’s Hospital
On Sunday, December 6, 2015, more than 30,000 motorcyclists and double that amount of people are expected to take part in the “28th Annual South Florida President’s Council (SFPC) Toys in the Sun Run” presented by the Mardi Gras Casino.
Proceeds benefit the Joe DiMaggio Children’s Hospital Foundation, Hollywood, Florida. Joe DiMaggio Children’s Hospital is one of the area’s leading pediatric care hospitals, offering comprehensive health services and programs in an atmosphere that is child-friendly. An all-new facility opened in July 2011 in Broward County thanks to the support of events such as the SFPC Toys in the Sun Run, which since adopting the hospital, has raised over $15 million to benefit the facility.