Current Guilds

 

Bald is Beautiful

NICO'S PROMISE

Established: 2018

Nico’s Promise: A Journey of Hope and Healing is a Nicklaus Children’s Hospital Foundation guild. As a guild, we are a volunteer group comprised of compassionate individuals who, through our yearlong fundraising efforts, are committed to bringing meaning and hopefulness back into the lives of families facing incredibly difficult moments in their child’s health journey.

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Bald is Beautiful

Bald is Beautiful

Established: 2016 

Bald is Beautiful’s goal is to provide comfort and support to young girls facing the challenges of chemotherapy: one of which includes hair loss. We know that with pediatric patients, self image is a particularly fragile and dominant subject and we hope to boost these girls' confidence...

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Charitable Gallery

Charitable Gallery

Established: 2015

Charitable Gallery was established by Megan Zou to raise money for Nicklaus Children’s Hospital.  The gallery's goal is to donate the proceeds of sold artwork to Miami Children's Hospital Foundation.

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MCH Auxiliary

Established: 1950 

The Nicklaus Children’s Hospital Auxiliary, founded more than 60 years ago, consists of a group of philanthropic ladies who are committed to leaving a lasting legacy at Nicklaus Children’s Hospital. 

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Women’s Guild

Established: 1982 

The Women’s Guild is a volunteer group that hosts grassroots fundraising drives throughout the community to support the children and families at Nicklaus Children’s Hospital. 

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Knots of hope

Established: November 2014 

Knots of Hope (KOH) is a community service organization for students dedicated to raising vital funds to make a difference in the lives of children being treated at Nicklaus Children’s Hospital (NCH). The organization focuses on spreading awareness on organ and tissue donation including those undergoing bone marrow transplants.

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Children's Craniofacial Association (CCFA)

Established: November 2014 

The Children’s Craniofacial Association (CCFA) was created by parents of children affected by craniofacial anomalies to increase awareness and to ensure that expert treatment and support is available for children facing these abnormalities.  

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