The Children’s Center Rehabilitation Hospital was recently awarded a $100,000 grant from the Masonic Charity Foundation of Oklahoma.
Funds donated will be used to purchase medical equipment, and to support the Hospital’s Field of Dreams. The field will be an adaptive sports complex for inpatients and outpatients allowing them to participate in recreational sports on campus.
“We are pleased to contribute to the success of The Children’s Center Rehabilitation Hospital, and the care they provide to the children of Oklahoma,” said John Logan, executive director, Masonic Charity Foundation of Oklahoma.
The Masonic Charity Foundation of Oklahoma has been a longtime supporter of The Children’s Center Rehabilitation Hospital. Over the last few years, the foundation has made generous contributions to the Hospital for specialized medical and therapy equipment.
“We are humbled by the generosity of the Masonic Charity Foundation of Oklahoma. This amazing donation is a blessing to patients, families and staff alike, as it will help support medical equipment purchases as well as the Hospital’s new Field of Dreams,” said Albert Gray, chief executive officer, The Children’s Center Rehabilitation Hospital. “Our Field of Dreams will be built for patients and the community. The field will be designed to meet the needs of patients, allowing them to enjoy outdoor activities and games, as well as enhance the Hospital’s physical therapy program.”
To learn more about The Children’s Center Rehabilitation Hospital or how to donate, please visit www.miracleshappenhere.org.