Give Miami Day 2020

Give Miami Day 2020

Give Miami Day took on even more significance in 2020 for ICU baby, serving as the primary fundraiser to help us support NICU families through the COVID crisis. Thanks to the incredible momentum of our online community and the generosity of so many of our longtime supporters, we raised over $62,000! The campaign that headlined ICU baby’s Give Miami Day … Read More

Giving Tuesday Now

Giving Tuesday Now 2020

ICU baby’s supporters rallied together on #GivingTuesdayNow which was held on May 5 as a global day of fundraising in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. With the tremendous help of the community, ICU baby raised enough money to fund a substantial part of its NICU Strong Response Plan showing our NICU families that we will continue to support them during … Read More

NICU Strong Response Initiative

NICU Strong Response | ICU baby staff with nurse

ICU baby received an outpouring of support for its NICU Strong Response Plan from corporate foundations committed to offering assistance during the COVID crisis. Anna Glass and her Husband Eric Glass of the Miami Heat, whose son Cash was in the NICU for 4 months, helped to secure financial support for ICU baby from the Miami Heat Charitable Fund and … Read More

Give Miami Day 2019

Give Miami Day 2019 was a huge success for ICU baby thanks to many generous givers and the great support of the ICU baby community. Alicia Hamblen, Emily Watson and Sara McCrary were the creative drive behind ICU baby’s #BeUnconditional Campaign, with the support of ZeroFractal graphic design. With NICU babies there are a lot of conditions… conditions to holding … Read More

Celebration of Miracles | Havana Nights

Oh, what a night!  … More than 300 ICU baby supporters came together at the Alfred I. Dupont Building on May 10 to Celebrate NICU Miracles!  Guests enjoyed a lively evening – “Old Havana” style – with blackjack, salsa dancers, live music and Cuban cuisine and cocktails. Event Co-Chairs RubyAnn Bacardi, Caryn Musaffi and Elizabeth Simonton were supported by an … Read More

Give Miami Day 2018

Together…we did it! ICU baby celebrates the overwhelming support showed by the community on this Give Miami Day 2018 with over 170 people contributing to the cause in only a 24 hour time period. All goals were far exceeded, as over $45,000 was raised to support the families of an admitted NICU baby in South Florida. Thanks to the generosity … Read More

Give Miami Day 2018 Brunch

On the morning of Give Miami Day, ICU baby Co-Founder and President Nichole Aldrich hosted a beautiful, bayside brunch for longtime ICU baby supporters. Guests dined on breakfast bites generously donated by Golden Hog and sipped mimosas as they cheered on ICU baby’s Give Miami Day efforts early on during this very special day. Guests’ donations helped give momentum to … Read More

Bubbles & Baubles

Longtime ICU baby partner Kendra Scott Brickell hosted a noontime kick off party to launch ICU baby’s Give Miami Day efforts the day before the online giving campaign began. Guests enjoyed lunch bites and champagne while perusing Kendra Scott’s Winter Collection. Kendra Scott’s “Amathyst” Candles were sold to honor World Prematurity Day and 20% of all proceeds from the event … Read More

Cipriana Lunch

Connie Montoya, Cathy DeFrancesco and Isabella Lundeberg hosted a very meaningful Ladies Luncheon at Cipriani in October to benefit the NICU families ICU baby supports. More than 50 ladies sipped champagne, dined on delicious food, and enjoyed the Miami skyline while raising money for ICU baby. The Fashionable Hostess, Amanda Gluck, who had a NICU baby herself, generously donated two gorgeous … Read More

Give Miami Day 2017

This year marked ICU baby’s first time formally participating in the Miami Foundation’s 2017 Give Miami Day which is one of the largest giving events in the Southeast United States.  Individuals are asked to give over the course of 24 hours and participating non-profits, like ICU baby, receive a bonus percentage from the Miami Foundation and its sponsors for all … Read More