SUNRISE, Fla. – The Florida Panthers Foundation announced today that Florida Panthers Executives including President Michael R. Yormark, and Stanley C. Panther delivered Thanksgiving gift bags to 20 cancer-affected families at the Chris Evert Children’s Hospital at Broward Health Medical Center.
Panthers partners BB&T and Centerplate each donated gift cards for families to purchase Thanksgiving meals, while the team added Cats merchandise to each gift bag. Participating in the gift bag delivery were Yormark, Stanley C. Panther, Panthers radio broadcaster Randy Moller, VP of Marketing & Brand Strategy Steve Ziff, and other Cats executives.
The Florida Panthers Foundation was recently named the outstanding foundation in Broward County as part of the 25th Annual National Philanthropy Day Awards
The mission of the Florida Panthers Foundation is to build a better future for the children of South Florida. Through philanthropic partnerships, grants, donations and community outreach programs, the Foundation maintains a focus on children’s health, fitness, education and cultural needs. During the 2010 season the Florida Panthers Foundation implemented the Panthers Pledge for Pediatric Cancer, which outlines our determined efforts to support children and families battling pediatric cancer. To learn more about the foundation and get involved please contact Andria Nolan, Executive Director at 954-835-7714.
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