Balloon & Key Society

Published On 05/12/2015

Cumulative gifts of $1 million and more

Balloon & Key Society members, among Le Bonheur’s most generous and loyal benefactors, have demonstrated their leadership support by making lifetime cumulative gifts of $1 million or more. Their commitment to Le Bonheur helps to expand our programs of excellence, bring together the best and brightest minds in pediatrics and pediatric research, purchase state-of-the-art equipment, and provide crucial education for our clinical staff.

Balloon & Key Society honors the day Le Bonheur opened on June 15, 1952, when keys to the hospital were tied to balloons and released into the sky. The act symbolized that the doors of Le Bonheur will always be open for every sick child.

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The Assisi Foundation of Memphis
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Linda Beidelschies Barnes
William W. Bond III and Madonna B. Bond
John D. Buckman Charitable Trust
R. King Burton*
The Children’s Foundation of Memphis
Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals
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Col. Tom and Kathleen Elam*
FedEx Corporation
First Tennessee Foundation
Susan and Alan Graf
Clara I. Hardin*
Jabie and Helen Hardin*
Hyde Family Foundations
Nathaniel I. and Leslie M. Landau
Al and Carol LaRocca
Le Bonheur Club, Inc.
Ernest and Linda Mannerino
Musette and Allen B. Morgan, Jr.
NIKE Corporation
Nucor Steel Arkansas
Plough Foundation
Bill and Amy Rhodes
Herbert* and Mary S. Shainberg
Frederick W. and Diane Smith
Smith & Nephew, Inc.
David D. and Deborah L. Stevens
TWIGS of Le Bonheur Children’s Hospital
The Urban Child Institute
Walmart and Sam's Club

Le Bonheur Club members are noted in bold
* Deceased