b'5th AnnualNICU High TeaIn an average week in Arizona almost 1,500 babies are born. Nearly 150 of those babies are premature. HonorHealth Scottsdale Shea Medical Center has the only NICU in the northeast Valley with the states highest possible Level III designation. The 5th annual NICU High Tea raised more than $288,000 to provide new technology, comfort items, parent support and expert care for HonorHealths tiniest and most vulnerable patients.This event would not be possible without the dedication of our Chairs, Stacy Lovell and Mitzie Warner, who both lived through the NICU experience and know first-hand that every gift to the 3TV Phoenix 10K, NICU is both powerful and meaningful. They join the Foundation in thanking all those who attended and presented by supported this warm and wonderful event.HonorHealth Foundation Make plans to attendthe 2023 NICU High Tea. Learn more here.In partnership with the Mollen Foundation, HonorHealth Foundation serves as the presenting sponsor of Phoenixs oldest continuous community run. The 3TV PhoenixN I C U H I G H TE A10K, presented by HonorHealth Foundation took place November 13, 2022, with aCHAIRS |Stacy Lovell, Mitzie Warnergrowing field of participants. PROCEEDS |$288,000The event also captured the attention andBENEFITING |Level III NICU atHonorHealth Scottsdale Shea Medical Centerattendance of a number of elected officials including Phoenix Mayor Kate Gallego and the newly elected Arizona Governor Katie Hobbs, who ran the 10K. We see great potential for both awareness and new donor growth through this event.Scan the QR Code or visit HonorHealthFoundation.org/eventHonorHealth Foundation45'