Nicklaus Children’s Hospital Named Presenting Sponsor Of 2022/2023 Bank Of America Broadway In Fort Lauderdale Season At The Broward Center For The Performing Arts

Nicklaus Children’s Hospital will be the presenting sponsor for the 2022/2023 Bank of America Broadway in Fort Lauderdale season at the Broward Center for the Performing Arts. The announcement was made by the Broward Center for the Performing Arts. “The sponsorship of our Broadway series is an exciting part of the commitment of Nicklaus Children’s Hospital to the Broward Center,” said Broward Center President and CEO Kelley Shanley. “We know how much Nicklaus Children’s Hospital means to the children and families of South Florida and beyond. Their commitment to the health and well-being of our community aligns with ours, and we are delighted that their contribution also includes support for our sensory-inclusive performances for the neurodiverse community which allow even more children and families to enjoy the arts in a welcoming and supportive environment.” The mission of Nicklaus Children’s Hospital is to inspire hope and promote lifelong health by providing the best care to every child with a vision to create a healthy future for every child. “At Nicklaus Children’s, we are committed to supporting the well-being of the whole child,” said Matthew A. Love, President and CEO, Nicklaus Children’s Health System, parent organization of Nicklaus Children’s Hospital. “We are proud to invest in diverse cultural enrichment activities – such as the Broadway in Fort Lauderdale season at the Broward Center for the Performing Arts – that create a brighter, more captivating world for the region’s young people.” One of America’s premier performing arts venues, the Broward Center for the Performing Arts presents more than 700 performances each year to more than 700,000 patrons, showcasing a wide range of exciting cultural programming and events. Founded in 1950 by Variety Clubs International, Nicklaus Children’s Hospital is South Florida’s only licensed specialty hospital exclusively for children, with nearly 800 attending physicians, including more than 500 pediatric subspecialists.