Learn a little more about how we are accomplishing Ian's mission of creating lasting memories for children with cancer and their families.
SupraStrong Christmas at Orlando Health's Arnold Palmer Hospital for Children
Every summer since 2016, the Ian Supra Memorial Foundation has brought Christmas in July to more than 30 kids each year in the oncology unit at the Arnold Palmer Hospital for Children. Working closely with the hospital staff, we create wish lists for each child then go on a shopping spree and host a surprise Christmas party at the hospital!
In December of 2019, we sponsored a trip for Dakota (5 years old) to go to Walt Disney World. Dakota had just recently beaten Leukemia so we decided it was time to celebrate! Dakota and her family all received park hopping passes to go along with accomodations at the Animal Kingdom Lodge.
In December of 2017, Stella (3 years old) decided she wanted to be a Disney Princess for a week. Stella and her family all received park hopping passes to go along with accommodations at the Animal Kingdom Lodge. Stella was battling Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia but is currently in remission.
Grayson's SupraStrong Getaway
In May of 2019, Grayson (3 years old) wanted to swim with dolphins at Discovery Cove. We decided to sponsor a trip for Grayson and his family to go to Discovery Cove, Sea World and Aquatica as well as accommodations at the Animal Kingdom Lodge. Grayson has been battling brain cancer and still is today although his most recent scans show his tumor is not growing.
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Ha Ha Clinton-Dix visits Orlando Health's Arnold Palmer Hospital for Children
In 2018, NFL Pro Bowl Safety Ha Ha Clinton-Dix partnered with the Ian Supra Memorial Foundation to visit the oncology unit at the children's hospital. After visiting the first time, Clinton-Dix decided he wanted to visit the kids there every year going forward.