July 4, 2019
HealthPoint in Jackson
The Independence Day 5K benefits the Children’s Wellness Fund and includes a Firecracker 1 Mile walk or run that is just for fun, 5K Walk, and a 5K Run. This event takes place at HealthPoint Fitness in Jackson annually on the 4th of July.
Event proceeds benefit our Children’s Wellness Fund, but more specifically, children with special needs. Camp Super Nova is designed for children and adults with special needs. Camps are divided into two age groups, 5 to 12 years and 12 to adult. We offer four to five events at our Jackson facility each year. Camp Super Nova is designed for people with a variety of disabilities—physical, emotional and behavioral. Donations support programs such as transportation for field trips such as bowling, golf, waterpark, conservation center and other community destinations. With your participation, together, we can make a meaningful difference in the lives of those in our community most in need of care.
On Sunday, December 2, 2018, over 800 people attended the 23rd Annual SoutheastHEALTH Foundation’s Sounds of the Season Holiday Concert held at Cape First Church. Attendees were entertained by the region’s most talented musical and vocal artists including the Jerry Ford Orchestra, Brothers Walker, Dr. Andrew Moore and many others. The annual event raised over $28,000 for the Southeast Cancer Care Fund which helps local cancer patients in need.
Check out the Sounds of Season photos from this year.
Support local cancer patients in need through the Southeast Cancer Care Fund. That support includes transportation, lodging, nutritional supplements and anything else that cancer patients at SoutheastHEALTH may need during their treatment. There are several ways to donate to the Southeast Cancer Care Fund. You can make a donation online, text the word “sounds” to 50155 (standard text and data rates may apply), or call the Southeast Foundation at 573-519-4920.
A fun evening for a great cause! SoutheastHEALTH Foundation’s 3rd Annual Journey Gala raised over $250,000 for its Southeast Cancer Care Fund. Many thanks to Olympic gold medalist and philanthropist Scott Hamilton for sharing the story of his cancer journey and to all sponsors and attendees for supporting the cause!
Check out the photos from the event.
Plans are now being made for the 2020 Journey Gala!
Little princesses from kingdoms throughout the region partied royally on Saturday, April 13 at the SoutheastHEALTH Foundation's Princess Tea. This annual event allows little ones to dance, sing and meet fairy-tale princesses who come to life each year to raise money for children's services at SoutheastHEALTH.