Florida Hospital Fish Memorial Donates Toys to United Methodist Children’s Home

ORANGE CITY, Fla., December 5, 2017 – On Nov. 30, Florida Hospital Fish Memorial delivered Christmas gifts to the Florida United Methodist Children’s Home in Deltona.

“The gifts will help make a merry Christmas for all of the children in our care,” said Mark Cobia, Florida United Methodist Children’s Home director of marketing and communications. “We care for nearly 500 children in residence at our Enterprise campus and at our Madison Youth Ranch in north Florida, as well as all of the children in our foster care homes in Volusia, Flagler, Hillsborough, and Broward counties.”

The Florida United Methodist Children’s Home was established in Enterprise, Fla., in 1908 as the Florida Methodist Orphanage. It is now a diverse ministry that includes residential care, therapeutic group care, foster care, emergency shelter care, independent living assistance, and community child care center.

About Florida Hospital Fish Memorial
Florida Hospital Fish Memorial is a member of Adventist Health System, a faith-based health care organization with 45 hospital campuses and 8,200 licensed beds in nine states, serving more than 5 million patients annually. With a mission to extend the healing ministry of Christ, Florida Hospital Fish Memorial has 175-beds and is one of the seven Florida Hospitals in Flagler, Lake and Volusia counties that composes the Florida Hospital Central Florida Division – North Region. As the largest hospital system in the area, the Florida Hospital Central Florida Division – North Region has 1,226 beds and more than 7,800 employees. For more information about Florida Hospital Fish Memorial, visit www.FHFishMemorial.org.

Photo Caption:
On Nov. 30, Florida Hospital Fish Memorial delivered Christmas gifts to the Florida United Methodist Children’s Home in Deltona. Pictured here in the chapel at the Florida United Methodist Children’s Home’s Enterprise campus: Elisabeth Gadd, Florida United Methodist Children’s Home chief development officer, and Nancy Valentin-Soto, Florida Hospital Fish Memorial administrative services manager.