Our August 2020 Referral Charity Winner!
Howard Mack is our August 2020 Referral Charity Program Winner!
Howard Mack chose Dance Marathon at the University of Florida, which benefits the Children’s Miracle Network as the recipient of the $500 August 2020 referral charity donation. He selected them because of the work they do to help children in need. His daughter, Emma Mack, and her sorority, Delta Gamma, participate in an annual Dance Marathon at the University of Florida that benefits the charity. Last year, they raised an incredible 2.5 million dollars to help their local pediatric department at Shand’s Hospital.
Howard was born across the pond in England and visited America at the young age of 22. He enjoyed his time in the states and decided to stay. Howard found work, got his green card, eventually obtained his citizenship, and has since enjoyed living here for most of his life. Through a mutual friend who introduced the two when he moved to Florida, Howard met his wife, Faith Mack. Since then, they have enjoyed a happy marriage and have two daughters, Talia Mack, who will soon graduate from FSU, and Emma Mack, a member of the Delta Gamma sorority at UF. When Howard is not busy with his real estate investment career, he enjoys playing soccer and traveling the world. Howard encourages people to travel and immerse themselves in other cultures. He wants people to understand we all have a lot in common, even if we’re a world apart.
Dance Marathon at the University of Florida
Children’s Miracle Network
DM at UF is one of the five founding Dance Marathon programs in the nation. Since their start, they have raised more than $21.5 million for the kids at UF. Health Shands Children’s Hospital, a local Children’s Miracle Network hospital.
Children’s Miracle Network hospitals raise funds and awareness for 170 in-network hospitals that provide 32 million treatments each year to kids across the US and Canada. Donations stay local to fund critical treatments and healthcare services, pediatric medical equipment, and charitable care.
To learn more or donate, visit: https://floridadm.org/