Fit4Allkids is proud to recognize our community partners. Together we are committed to helping families in our community by providing education and resources to keep them active, healthy and strong.
Kohl's Cares Hospital Partnership Program
Kohl's actively supports kids' health and education initiatives in communities nationwide. With over a decade of dedication and hundreds of millions of dollars raised, Kohl's aims to give kids a healthier, happier future. From injury prevention, immunization and nutrition programs to scholarships and cause merchandise, Kohl's is committed to making a difference for kids so that someday they can make a difference in the world.
Since its inception in 2000, Kohl's Cares® cause merchandise program has raised more than $257 million to support kids' health and education initiatives in communities nationwide. To learn more about the Kohl's Cares merchandise program visit any Kohl's store nationwide or go to www.kohls.com.
Here in the Tampa Bay area, Kohl's has provided Johns Hopkins All Children's Hospital more than $1 million in grant funding since 2005. Johns Hopkins All Children's Hospital utilizes these funds annually to support the Kohl's Cooks for Kids nutrition and culinary programs, projects and special events.
Learn more about Kohl's Cooks for Kids
YMCA of the Suncoast and The Greater St. Petersburg YMCA
All Children's Hospital joined forces with the YMCA in 2004 to pilot the first Fit4Allkids community-based program. The YMCA has a rich history of promoting wellness in the community and the facilities offer a wide range of physical activities every day of the week. Similar to the goals of Fit4Allkids, the YMCA stresses the importance of physical activity, healthy eating, and family involvement. These complement objectives and goals create an ideal situation for our partnership between Johns Hopkins All Children's Hospital and the YMCA.
Zoe's Edible Garden
Did you know that Johns Hopkins All Children's Hospital has an organic edible garden? This special garden is the labor of love from Tyson and Sommer Grant. Zoe's Edible Garden sits just outside the hospital cafeteria and is open daily for visitors and staff. Tyson and Sommer care for the garden and provide families with education and hands-on learning opportunities. Tyson is also the Executive Chef at Parkshore Grill in St. Petersburg and has a personal mission to help children learn more about where fresh foods come from and how to make them taste delicious. Tyson provides garden to table cooking demos for many of our programs.
Special Program Partners
This includes all of our program locations for family classes, after- and in-school education, and special events. We value their commitment to helping families in our community stay healthy.