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Join a Hip Hop 5k in Your Area to Support The International Hip Dysplasia Institute

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Looking to support the IHDI?  Well have we got a couple of great events for you!!! Below is information and links to upcoming Hip Hop 5k’s across the country.  Sign up and help a great cause! Herrin, IL July 26th- Jump to Link Easton, MA (this is me) Aug 23rd Jump to Link and on Facebook Erie, PA Aug 23rd- Jump to Link and on Facebook Wheeling, West Virginia Sept 21st- Jump to Link If you are interested in starting your own Hip Hop 5k in your town, contact Emily at...

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Larry the Cable Guy’s Git-R-Done Golf Classic Scores Big for Lincoln Charities

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Larry the Cable Guy’s Git-R-Done Golf Classic Scores Big for Lincoln Charities LINCOLN, NE- June 23rd, 2014-  Larry the Cable Guy recently held the inaugural Git-R-Done Golf Classic to raise money for local charities.  The event, which included a dinner, auction and celebrity paired round of golf, raised over $150,000.  The money will support a number of different things including the purchase of a pediatric FES bike for Madonna Rehabilitation Hospital, children’s vaccines for The People’s City Mission Free Clinic and a soon to be announced...

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Child Advocacy Center Continues to Help Victims Through The Courtroom Process

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The Git-R-Done Foundation established a newer, larger building for The CAC.  They are a need for our littlest victims.  Their workload takes them from identifying sexually, physically and emotionally abused children, to getting them to a safe place and guiding them through the legal process.  Below is a great article talking about guiding the youngsters through the court room process. Child Advocacy Center Continues to Help Victims Through The Courtroom...

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Posted by on 9:20 am in Archive Donations, homepage, Zoofari with Larry the Cable Guy

Lincoln, Neb.—Lincoln Children’s Zoo and Larry the Cable Guy’s Git-R-Done Foundation are excited to announce the second edition of Zoofari with Larry the Cable Guy. Filming for the project was completed at the zoo last week and featured Larry alongside the zoo’s bobcat, fennec fox, baby alligator, Humboldt penguins and other animals. The first edition of Zoofari was made available to children’s hospitals in November of 2013. Over 300 hospitals across the nation and Canada have received DVDs. The project has reached over 100,000 patients since...

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International Hip Dysplasia continues global awareness with translated brochures

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The IHDI is continuing it’s global campaign with brochures that are now translated in Chines, Russian and Spanish.  More translations to come.  The International Hip Dysplasia Institute was established through a generous grant from The Git-R-Done Foundation.  Residing at The Arnold Palmer Hospital in Orlando, FL, the IHDI continues to advocate consistent practices for the diagnosis and treatment of hip dysplasia.  Follow the link below: IHDI...

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Lincoln CAC to Host Seminar for Prosecutors and Law Enforcement

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The Child Advocacy Center was the first major donation of The Git-R-Done Foundation. Below is information on an upcoming seminar they will host in their efforts to help our littlest victims of abuses. LINCOLN, NE – The Child Advocacy Center (CAC), in association with Creighton University, Nebraska Law Enforcement, and Saint Elizabeth’s Regional Medical Center, will be hosting a national training session titled Dynamics of Child Abuse: Strategies for Investigation and Prosecution presented by Roger Canaff on June 5, 2014 from 8:30 a.m. to 5:00...

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A Letter of Thanks to The Git-R-Done Foundation

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Boy, it has been a crazy few years at The Git-R-Done Foundation! We are so proud of all our donations and at times we receive such a kind note that we just have to post it. Below was sent in about our donation to Madonna Rehabilitation Hospital to establish a Children’s Wing. My name is Douglas from Kearney, Nebraska. I would just like to Thank you for the wonderful facility that you helped make possible here at the “Madonna Children’s Hospital”. I have heard many great stories about how you came here to visit with Alexis Verzal, and...

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Larry the Cable Guy Called Off The Bench for Coaches vs. Cancer

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Our man, Larry the Cable Guy, was recently invited to the Coaches vs. Cancer event in Las Vegas, NV to support The American Cancer Society. This 2 day golf event brought coaches from across the country together. Larry was invited by Nebrasketball coach Tim Miles. The event netted $480,000!!! Git-R-Done! American Cancer Society’s Coaches vs. Cancer Event Combines Sports and Entertainment in Las Vegas Toby Keith, Larry the Cable Guy Team with Top College Basketball Coaches to Fight Cancer LAS VEGAS (May 23, 2014) – Sports and entertainment...

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Healthy Swaddling Tips from The IHDI to prevent Hip Dysplasia

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The Git-R-Done Foundation donated money to establish The International Hip Dysplasia Institute and The Wyatt Whitney Hip and Orthopedic Institute. Click the link for this great video on proper swaddling.

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5th Annual Hip Dysplasia Symposium Indications, Complications and Solutions

Posted by on 10:49 am in Hip Dysplasia, homepage

The International Hip Dysplasia Institute will be hosting 2 symposiums this year in areas of the world that are most affected by HD. Follow the link to great info from The IHDI! The Git-R-Done Foundation made a significant pledge to establish The IHDI and the great work that they are doing to properly identifying and curing HD! 5th Annual HD Symposium link

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