Andy & Jordan's Hub
The Hub provides patients and their families access to entertainment and educational resources, including iPads, computers, mobile television and theater systems and gaming consoles to help pass the time during hospital stays.
One Hub, sponsored by RCF Group, is located in the Family Resource Center at Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center.
There are two other Hubs sponsored by Albertsons at Cook Children's Medical Center in Fort Worth, Texas. One is located in the Dodson Specialty Clinics Infusion
Center, while the other is located in the dialysis unit.
A fourth Hub, sponsored by Randalls, is located at Texas Children's Hospital - West Campus.
Inspired by Andy and Jordan's commitment to date night once a week, the Andy & Jordan Dalton Foundation hosts parents of seriously ill and physically challenged children for a much needed break to focus on strengthening their marriages. Parents are invited to drop off their children for a safe and secure evening hosted by Andy and Jordan that includes music, face painting, Wii gaming, photo booths, an ice cream sundae bar and more. The parents then get to enjoy a quiet, all-expenses-paid private dinner date.
King for a Day
This program provides families of
seriously ill and physically challenged children with an
all-expense-paid dream day at Kings Island Theme Park. Each attendee spends the day feeling like a King with free fast lane passes,
snack vouchers and Foundation t-shirts. All guests
are also invited to a private lunch with Andy and Jordan.
Pass It On Fund
Enhancing stability and security, this program aims to provide medical equipment to families with seriously ill or physically challenged children who are in financial need. Serving as a financial hand-up while strengthening the ability of these families to care for themselves, the Pass It On Fund aims to improve their quality of life.
Each December, Andy, Jordan and a few of Santa's elves pass out gifts to spread holiday cheer to children and their families at Cincinnati area children's hospitals.