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Andy & Jordan Dalton Foundation, prolanthropy

The Andy & Jordan Dalton Foundation has five signature programs:

The Hub
The Hub will be housed in both the in-patient wings and out patient wings of Cincinnati-area children’s hospitals. The Hub will provide patients and their families with access to entertainment and educational resources (iPads, PCs, mobile TV’s/Theater Systems, mobile game systems, etc.) during their hospital stay and recovery time.

Date Night
This program will provide 100 families of severely, chronically ill or special-needs children with a much needed break where parents can focus on strengthening their marriage. On a Monday evening, parents would be invited to drop their children off at the Hilton Downtown for a safe and secure evening hosted by Andy & Jordan.  The evenings' activities will include both music and entertainment, face painting, Wii gaming, a photography booth, an ice cream sundae bar, cookie decorating stations, etc. Parents will then participate in an all-expense-paid private dinner date night downtown.

King for a Day
This program will provide families of severely/chronically ill-children or special-needs children with an all-expense-paid dream day at Kings Island Theme Park. Each attendee will spend the day feeling like a King with their free Fast Lane Passes, snack vouchers and Andy Dalton t-shirts. At lunch time, all guests will be invited to join Andy & Jordan in Kings Island’s Private Picnic area.

Pass it On
This program provides medical equipment to families with severely/chronically ill-children or special-needs children who are financially in-need. The purpose of this program is to be a financial hand-up while strengthening the ability of these families to care for themselves, enhance their stability and security; while improving their quality of life. 

Holiday Hearts
Each December, Andy and Jordan Dalton and a few of Santa's elves visit a local Walmart to pass out gifts to help spread the holdiay cheer to children and their families from Cincinnati-area hospitals.

  Andy & Jordan Dalton Foundation, prolanthropy