Zucker Family Suite & Broadcast Studio

The Carly May Foundation is extremely proud to be a cornerstone partner of the Zucker Family Suite & Broadcast Studio at the University of Minnesota Masonic Children's Hospital. Now open, the dual theater and broadcast studio provides opportunities for children and families in the hospital. Staff and patients are able to use the studio equipment to create interactive programming including televised hospital bingo, trivia games, and call-in shows featuring hospital care providers. Staff can use the equipment to broadcast events happening elsewhere in the hospital so that children who cannot leave their hospital rooms can still be part of the action. On game nights, the studio can be used by family and friends to watch a Minnesota Wild or Minnesota Vikings game where the room will resemble a private suite at a professional sporting event.

Carly May Foundation founders - Jaime and Maria Harris - were honored to attend the ribbon cutting ceremony on November 26, 2018. The Carly May Foundation committed $100,000 to assist with programming for the Zucker Family Suite & Broadcast Studio. We thank our supporters and generous donors that allowed us to contribute to this therapeutic tool and creative outlet for hospitalized children and their families.