Community Health of South Florida Inc. is a nonprofit health care organization providing affordable quality primary and behavioral health care services to the South Florida community. CHI operates 11 state-of-the-art primary care centers and 31 school-based programs.
In November 2017, they break ground on the new Jacqueline T. Hartley Children’s Crisis Center facility which will provide care to children from 2 to 18 years of age.
As part of the effort to raise $5 million for the Center, CHI held their 3rd Annual Casino Night on September 22nd at Christ the King Lutheran Church in Pinecrest. Nearly 700 people participated in the evening’s event which included all you can drink and eat, plus “gambling” with about $20,000 in winner prizes.
Last month, in preparation for Casino Night, Cornerstone Group presented CHI President and CEO, Col. Brodes Hartley Jr. a check for $100,000. The evening is expected to raise another $100,000.
Chair of the Community Health Foundation Abe Levy explained, “We’re so proud to be helping CHI better serve the South Florida community. Casino Night is always a great success and a lot of fun.”
Help make a difference today by making a tax-deductible donation to the Community Health Foundation. Your involvement will help make South Florida a better community for our children. Head over to <http://www.chisouthfl.org/donate> and look for the DONATE button.