Candy Cane Lane | Our Year End Appeal
Teens coming to The Floating Hospital often face life issues that can derail their futures. This is why Camp Rise Up has become an integral part of what we offer.
Thanks to patients like Tameka Cooke who shared their experiences at our June fundraiser, we were able to fund and launch a life-skills counseling program to help women with complex housing and insurance applications, school enrollments, and link up to supportive benefits.
As we close 2021—our second full year of serving the community during a public health crisis—we have much to be thankful for, despite the challenges.
A $50,000 pledge from the Loukoumi Make a Difference Foundation and Chef Maria Loi creates a learning kitchen at The Floating Hospital’s new clinic.
Pivoting from an en masse event to individual and small-group walks has only bolstered The Floating Hospital’s first Annual Walk for Families.
From her sewing room in Montrose, Penn., Carol Brown’s machine whirs and zips, connecting pieces of summery, cheerful fabric in order to create the 100 or so sundresses she donates annually to the Floating Hospital