The Conine Clubhouse Goes to Bat for Families of Hospitalized Children
April 2004 — Jeff Conine, World Series champion with the Florida Marlins, was recently honored in a ceremony to dedicate the Conine Clubhouse — formerly known as the Visitors Clubhouse. "Memorial Healthcare System is an amazing organization to work with," said Conine. "It's easy to give my time and efforts to the Clubhouse. Helping kids — that's what it's all about."
This special facility has provided all the conveniences of home, free of charge, for more than 2,730 families throughout the United States and around the world. The Conine Clubhouse is conveniently located across the street from Joe DiMaggio Children's Hospital and features private bedrooms with private baths and cable TV; suites for larger families; a video lending library; a communal living room; laundry facilities; a playroom for young children; an outdoor park and playground; and a chapel for quiet reflection.
Accommodations at the Conine Clubhouse offer all the comforts of home at a time when normal family routines are disrupted. But even more important, the Conine Clubhouse is a special place where families can join together, share similar experiences and offer each other encouragement.
Turning to You for Support
The Conine Clubhouse obtains funding for day-to-day operations through the annual Conine Classic Golf Tournament, as well as through planned gifts and individual donations to the Joe DiMaggio Children's Hospital Foundation. Your contributions help ensure that the Conine Clubhouse can continue to assist and support families of hospitalized children for years to come.
To learn more about donating to Joe DiMaggio Children's Hospital Foundation, call