Advocates for Children

Advocates for Children
In its simplest definition, an “advocate” is someone who gives a voice to a person, group or cause. As supporters of The Howard Phillips Center for Children & Families, our Advocates for Children do just that. This group was founded in 2013 as a way of providing a voice to the voiceless by supporting programs and team members serving the children and families who rely on The Howard Phillips Center.

Advocates for Children are individuals and organizations who are dedicated to providing dignity and healing to children and their families who are facing overwhelming challenges like child abuse, developmental disabilities and lack of access to medical care. Child Advocates have chosen to partner through a five-year philanthropic pledge. Advocates for Children giving society members recognize and value the meaningful and impactful work done at The Howard Phillips Center. These individuals engage in special events throughout the year and are unified by their passion and interest in the mission of The Howard Phillips Center.

If you would like to know more about joining Advocates for Children, contact Amy Drury, Director of Development, Arnold Palmer Medical Center Foundation at 321.841.8285.

Come See the Story…
We invite you to see the story at The Howard Phillips Center by taking a one-tour. Step behind the scenes to hear firsthand stories of identification, treatment and prevention direct from caregivers, organizational leadership, grateful families and volunteers. You can join one of our scheduled one-hour tours or host a group tour for you, friends, family or colleagues by contacting Sara Venker at 321.841.6083 or Sara.Venker@OrlandoHealth.com