Together Campaign Celebrity Ambassadors
ARMANDO "PITBULL" PEREZ
The international superstar Armando Perez, known as Pitbull is a Celebrity Ambassador for Together For The Children, the Campaign For Miami Children’s. As a Miami native, Pitbull has been a long-time supporter of Nicklaus Children’s Hospital, helping raise awareness for the institution that, like him, grew from its Miami roots into an international pillar of success. In 2011, as part of the “Get Well Soon” tour, Pitbull visited the patients in the hospital’s Oncology Unit, bringing joy to their day.
Nina Agdal is a Celebrity Ambassador for the MCHF + Cruciani 2gether Bracelets initiative in support of Together For The Children, The Campaign For Nicklaus Children's Hospital. She first became involved with the foundation when she attended the signature gala Diamond Ball, and she wanted to know what she could do to help. She graciously accepted to be the face of the MCHF + Cruciani initiative. Nina is making a name for herself in the modeling world, having been featured on the cover of Sports Illustrated, as well as modeling for companies such as Aerie by American Eagle and Op Swimwear.
RAUL "EL GORDO" DE MOLINA
Multiple Emmy Award-winning co-host of Univision Networks’ number one rated entertainment news show El Gordo y La Flaca, Raul “El Gordo” De Molina was announced as a Celebrity Ambassador for the Together For The Children campaign at the Hope Diamond Ball Affair in 2014. De Molina joins his fellow Celebrity Ambassadors in raising awareness for Nicklaus Children’s Hospital.
Romero Britto became a Celebrity Ambassador for Together For The Children, The Campaign For Miami Children’s in 2014, the same year he was inducted into the Ambassador David M. Walters International Pediatric Hall of Fame at the Hope Diamond Ball Affair. As part of his commitment and support, Britto hosted a very special paint party with former patients of the hospital after the 4th Annual MCH5K, where he created an exclusive work of art that then became part of the Together For The Children campaign logo.