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Diamond of Dreams

2014 Diamond of Dreams

Benefitting Royals Charities and the University of Kansas Hospital

Thursday, June 26 at Kauffman Stadium

Diamond of Dreams: Taking the Field for The University of Kansas Hospital, Royals Charities' on-field gala, took place on Thursday, June 26, at Kauffman Stadium.

The annual event featured appearances from current and former Royals, a fabulous menu from local restaurants, an exclusive silent auction in the Royals' bullpen, live music from the Michael Beers Band, and a spectacular fireworks show. Thanks to you, we raised $140,000 for Royals Charities and The University of Kansas Neonatal Medical Home and Neonatal Intensive Care.

Beneficiary details for Diamond of Dreams

Proceeds from Diamond of Dreams will benefit Royals Charities and The University of Kansas Hospital's Neonatal Medical Home. The Neonatal Medical Home offers family-centered, long-term primary care dedicated exclusively to premature babies and those born with complex medical conditions. This unique, all-inclusive care is provided in an outpatient clinic located at the hospital.

A highly specialized, multidisciplinary team uses a proactive approach to provide compassionate care and coordinated services to these patients - from birth through age 5 - and their families. Neonatal Medical Home services and advice are available to families 24 hours a day. Diamond of Dreams proceeds will support patients and families, innovative programs, equipment and education in the Neonatal Medical Home, as well as for Neonatal Intensive Care.

Thank you to our Hall of Fame and MVP sponsors:
Diamond of Dreams Sponsors

DEMDACO, LMC Truck, Miller Lite, Sprint, and The University of Kansas Hospital