PHOENIX, Ariz. (July 24, 2017) – On Friday, July 14, all Dutch Bros locations in the Phoenix-area rallied with the community to “Raise One for Ryan House” and donated $38,000 to the local nonprofit.
“We are so grateful for the continued partnership we have with Ryan House,” Josh Hayes, Dutch Bros Arizona General Manger. “Everything they do is done with love and care, and the services they provide are life changing for the kids and families they serve.”
Phoenix-based Ryan House provides world-class care and programs for medically fragile children and their families as they navigate life-limiting or end-of-life journeys. Ryan House began as a way to bring palliative and respite care to children in the states, as these services were primarily only offered in Europe.
Ryan House is unique in every sense of the word. This Arizona nonprofit offers children who are medically fragile the opportunity and ability to participate in fun activities in a welcoming, home-like environment while they receive the special care they need.
“We are so grateful for Dutch Bros’ generosity and truly honored to experience the enthusiasm and hearts of each Dutch Bros employee,” said Ryan House Executive Director Alyssa Crockett. “Not only are the funds mission critical, but it means so much to our children and families to know they have the support of one of the greatest companies we know.”
On Friday, all Dutch Bros locations in the greater Phoenix-area, “Raised One for Ryan” and donated $1 from every drink sold. These proceeds will directly support this local nonprofit as they continue to support children with life-altering conditions and their families through a variety of services and activities.
“Thank you to everyone who made this day and amount given to them possible, we couldn’t have done it without your support!” said Josh.
Annual American Academy of Hospice and Palliative Care Conference
Nearly 100 Medical Professionals Visit Ryan House To Experience Innovative Care Concept
A leader in pediatric palliative care, Ryan House is one of only two facilities of its kind in the U.S.
PHOENIX (Feb. 27, 2017) – Nearly 100 medical professionals in town for the 2017 Annual American Academy of Hospice and Palliative Care Conference attended an Open House on Friday, Feb. 24 for an exclusive look at Ryan House, a Phoenix-based non-profit and leader in pediatric palliative care.
The Open House allowed medical professionals from around the country the unique opportunity to tour Ryan House, one of only two facilities of its kind in the country. Guests learned first-hand about the innovative programs and services Ryan House provides to Arizona’s most medically fragile children and their families, including respite care, palliative care, end-of-life care, child life and bereavement.
“As Ryan House celebrates its seventh year with open doors and open hearts, we are proud to share our model with medical professionals from around the country,” said Ryan House Executive Director Alyssa Crockett. “Ryan House is a national leader in pediatric palliative care. Our vision is to create a sustainable model for other states to replicate.”
“More than 200 guests were transported back to the year 1947 in a nightclub setting, celebrating the music of the era and commemorating the song “White Christmas,” written by Irving Berlin at the Arizona Biltmore in the 1940s. The intimate party in the Gold Room featured dinner, live entertainment by Phoenix Theatre and dancing to music by the Affinity Orchestra under the direction of Jim May. Following dinner, guests were invited to enjoy port and cigars on the Gold Room Terrace. Petals created the elegant white centerpieces of hydrangeas roses and tulips accented with evergreen and pinecones that topped the silver tablecloths…”
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“The best and brightest of the season was celebrated with holiday music and snow flurries at the Arizona Biltmore Gold Room during the Board of Visitors Ryan House White Christmas gala. White Christmas is a signature fundraiser for Ryan House, a world-class facility in downtown Phoenix providing pediatric respite and hospice care for children and their families facing life-limiting or end-of-life journeys…”
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Ryan House featured by Dr. Norman Saba, M.D., FAAP, in the East Valley Pediatric Society Newsletter December 2016 Volume 25 Issue 25.