Texas Children’s Hospital Remembers a Legacy of Pin Oak Gifts

Giving with an Impact

 

 

The Pin Oak Charity Horse Show began making an impact for sick children in 1947 with the first gift to what is known today as Texas Children’s Hospital.

Through the dedication of countless volunteers who give their time and put in a great effort, we continue to give today in an impactful way to Texas Children’s Hospital, Ronald McDonald Family Rooms and Candlelighters Childhood Cancer Family Alliance.  As December 1, 2015 is “Giving Tuesday” we invite you to leave a larger hoofprint with Pin Oak for our charities by making a donation.

2015 continued to be a pivotal year for The Pin Oak Charity Horse Show, with help and support from our exhibitors, generous sponsors, in-kind and trade donors and volunteers we were able to donate a record of $225,000 to our charities.  We hope you can help us reach our goal of a $250,000 donation for 2016 – no gift is too small as every $1 makes a difference.  

 

 

 

Click to Donate

 

Click on the #GivingTuesday logo to make a difference with a donation to the Pin Oak Charity Horse Show on December 1, 2016 or any day!  Contributions are tax deductible to the fullest extent permitted by law. Pin Oak Charity Horse Show is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization.

 

 

 

Meet the 2015-16 Pin Oak Sports Medicine Fellow

 

 

 

With Pin Oak’s increased giving to Texas Children’s Hospital and our commitment to Sports Medicine, we have enabled the hospital to have a Sports Medicine Fellow.  This is critical in supporting the program’s growth and important in training the next generation of Sports Medicine specialists.  We are proud to introduce, Dr. Rebecca Martinie, the 2015-16 Pin Oak Sports Medicine Fellow at Texas Children’s Hospital.

 

Dr. Rebecca “Becca” Martinie is originally from Whitefish Bay, Wisconsin. She did her undergraduate at Vanderbilt University majoring in Molecular Biology and European Studies. She completed medical school at the Medical College of Wisconsin in Milwaukee, WI where she was a part of the Global Health track. She did her pediatric residency at Baylor College of Medicine / Texas Children’s Hospital. She is currently the pediatric sports medicine fellow at Texas Children’s Hospital where she attends clinic at Main and West campus along with covering the Worthing High School football team and University of Houston and Texas Southern University athletes. In her free time she enjoys travelling and cheering on the Green Bay Packers.

 

 

 

 

 

News from Sports Medicine at Texas Children’s 

 

In 2015, Texas Children’s added two new Primary Care Sports Medicine faculty, Dr. Daren Molina and Dr. Kristin Ernest, and thanks to support from Pin Oak Charity Horse Show, a new Primary Care Sports Medicine fellow, Dr. Rebecca Martinie.  Dr. Molina has joined Dr. Gomez at the West Campus and Dr. Ernest is leading the Sports Medicine program at the TCH Woodlands Campus.

 

In 2016 they will add a second Primary Care Sports Medicine faculty member to join Dr. Ernest at The Woodlands and Texas Children’s will have two Primary Care Sports Medicine fellows.

 

The faculty continue to be busy in the Sports Medicine practices as well as covering community athletic events such as football and soccer. The faculty edited and wrote original articles for the American Academy of Pediatrics Adolescent Medicine State of the Art Reviews in 2015 which focused on Sports Medicine and sports injuries. The topics included being a team doctor, concussion, rehabilitation of injuries, the female athlete triad, and performance-enhancing substances.

 

 

 

Home Away from Home

 

 

 

 

The Ronald McDonald House Houston and its Family Rooms at Texas Children’s Hospital provide a warm and caring environment for families with critically ill children who come from around the globe for medical care in the Texas Medical Center.  We are proud to support their work and we are so blessed to meet so many inspiring children and families.  From lunches at the Holcombe House to ArtReach Days and visits to the Pin Oak Charity Horse Show, it is always a meaningful experience and reminds us how important it is to be so much more than just a horse show!  Every gift helps us do more and truly has a global impact.

 

 

 

Pin Oak at Ronald McDonald House Houston

Photo Credits: PWL Studio

Pin Oak ponies make the best Pals – Ronald McDonald House Houston

 

 

 

Candlelighters – Because No One Fights Alone

 

 

 

 

Candlelighters Childhood Cancer Family Alliance provides practical support to families who have a child with cancer.  Our support brings much needed financial relief for families through the Parking Program for patients in the Texas Children’s Cancer Center.  This program is most needed as the ancillary expenses for families are overswhelming.  When we say, no donation is too small it is so true – if you can give $12 which is the parking expense in the Texas Medical Center, you have given a meaningful gift to these families.  We hope you help us do more and it takes all types of support to make it through the cancer journey as no one fights alone.

 

 

 

 

 

 

BE A PART OF YEAR 71 AS A SPONSOR

 

 

 

Put the full Pin Oak experience at your fingertips as a prestigious Pin Oak Sponsor! Enjoy all that makes our show so special – our Texas-sized hospitality, top equestrian competition, and most importantly, you are part of our historic giving to benefit Texas Children’s Hospital, Ronald McDonald Family Rooms, and Candlelighters Childhood Cancer Family Alliance. Learn more at pinoak.org or call us 713.621.6290.

 

 

 

 

 

 

No Horse? No Problem!

 

 

 

 

Click the image to JOIN today!

Join the Pin Oak Club – No Horse Required – and enjoy the social fun of the PIn Oak Charity Horse Show througout the year. Special invitations, a ringside social each week during the horse show, many exclusive benefits from our Pin Oak Club partners, and more await. The Pin Oak Club is your passport to fun!  Easy to join online with a membership level just right for you.

 

With a CHARTER membership, you can become a lifetime member of the PIn Oak Club and enjoy even more social benefits. We hope to see you in the Pin Oak Club where there is something fun for everyone!

 

 

 

THANKS TO OUR 2016 SPONSORS

 
Giving with an Impact

 

 

The Pin Oak Charity Horse Show began making an impact for sick children in 1947 with the first gift to what is known today as Texas Children’s Hospital.

 

Through the dedication of countless volunteers who give their time and put in a great effort, we continue to give today in an impactful way to Texas Children’s Hospital, Ronald McDonald Family Rooms and Candlelighters Childhood Cancer Family Alliance.  As December 1, 2015 is “Giving Tuesday” we invite you to leave a larger hoofprint with Pin Oak for our charities by making a donation.

 

2015 continued to be a pivotal year for The Pin Oak Charity Horse Show, with help and support from our exhibitors, generous sponsors, in-kind and trade donors and volunteers we were able to donate a record of $225,000 to our charities.  We hope you can help us reach our goal of a $250,000 donation for 2016 – no gift is too small as every $1 makes a difference.  

 

 

 

Click to Donate

 

Click on the #GivingTuesday logo to make a difference with a donation to the Pin Oak Charity Horse Show on December 1, 2016 or any day!  Contributions are tax deductible to the fullest extent permitted by law. Pin Oak Charity Horse Show is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization.

 

 

 

Meet the 2015-16 Pin Oak Sports Medicine Fellow

 

 

 

With Pin Oak’s increased giving to Texas Children’s Hospital and our commitment to Sports Medicine, we have enabled the hospital to have a Sports Medicine Fellow.  This is critical in supporting the program’s growth and important in training the next generation of Sports Medicine specialists.  We are proud to introduce, Dr. Rebecca Martinie, the 2015-16 Pin Oak Sports Medicine Fellow at Texas Children’s Hospital.

 

Dr. Rebecca “Becca” Martinie is originally from Whitefish Bay, Wisconsin. She did her undergraduate at Vanderbilt University majoring in Molecular Biology and European Studies. She completed medical school at the Medical College of Wisconsin in Milwaukee, WI where she was a part of the Global Health track. She did her pediatric residency at Baylor College of Medicine / Texas Children’s Hospital. She is currently the pediatric sports medicine fellow at Texas Children’s Hospital where she attends clinic at Main and West campus along with covering the Worthing High School football team and University of Houston and Texas Southern University athletes. In her free time she enjoys travelling and cheering on the Green Bay Packers.

 

 

 

 

 

News from Sports Medicine at Texas Children’s 

 

In 2015, Texas Children’s added two new Primary Care Sports Medicine faculty, Dr. Daren Molina and Dr. Kristin Ernest, and thanks to support from Pin Oak Charity Horse Show, a new Primary Care Sports Medicine fellow, Dr. Rebecca Martinie.  Dr. Molina has joined Dr. Gomez at the West Campus and Dr. Ernest is leading the Sports Medicine program at the TCH Woodlands Campus.

 

In 2016 they will add a second Primary Care Sports Medicine faculty member to join Dr. Ernest at The Woodlands and Texas Children’s will have two Primary Care Sports Medicine fellows.

 

The faculty continue to be busy in the Sports Medicine practices as well as covering community athletic events such as football and soccer. The faculty edited and wrote original articles for the American Academy of Pediatrics Adolescent Medicine State of the Art Reviews in 2015 which focused on Sports Medicine and sports injuries. The topics included being a team doctor, concussion, rehabilitation of injuries, the female athlete triad, and performance-enhancing substances.

 

 

 

Home Away from Home

 

 

 

 

The Ronald McDonald House Houston and its Family Rooms at Texas Children’s Hospital provide a warm and caring environment for families with critically ill children who come from around the globe for medical care in the Texas Medical Center.  We are proud to support their work and we are so blessed to meet so many inspiring children and families.  From lunches at the Holcombe House to ArtReach Days and visits to the Pin Oak Charity Horse Show, it is always a meaningful experience and reminds us how important it is to be so much more than just a horse show!  Every gift helps us do more and truly has a global impact.

 

 

 

Pin Oak at Ronald McDonald House Houston

Photo Credits: PWL Studio

Pin Oak ponies make the best Pals – Ronald McDonald House Houston

 

 

 

Candlelighters – Because No One Fights Alone

 

 

 

 

Candlelighters Childhood Cancer Family Alliance provides practical support to families who have a child with cancer.  Our support brings much needed financial relief for families through the Parking Program for patients in the Texas Children’s Cancer Center.  This program is most needed as the ancillary expenses for families are overswhelming.  When we say, no donation is too small it is so true – if you can give $12 which is the parking expense in the Texas Medical Center, you have given a meaningful gift to these families.  We hope you help us do more and it takes all types of support to make it through the cancer journey as no one fights alone.

 

 

 

 

 

 

BE A PART OF YEAR 71 AS A SPONSOR

 

 

 

Put the full Pin Oak experience at your fingertips as a prestigious Pin Oak Sponsor! Enjoy all that makes our show so special – our Texas-sized hospitality, top equestrian competition, and most importantly, you are part of our historic giving to benefit Texas Children’s Hospital, Ronald McDonald Family Rooms, and Candlelighters Childhood Cancer Family Alliance. Learn more at pinoak.org or call us 713.621.6290.

 

 

 

 

 

 

No Horse? No Problem!

 

 

 

 

Click the image to JOIN today!

Join the Pin Oak Club – No Horse Required – and enjoy the social fun of the PIn Oak Charity Horse Show througout the year. Special invitations, a ringside social each week during the horse show, many exclusive benefits from our Pin Oak Club partners, and more await. The Pin Oak Club is your passport to fun!  Easy to join online with a membership level just right for you.

 

With a CHARTER membership, you can become a lifetime member of the PIn Oak Club and enjoy even more social benefits. We hope to see you in the Pin Oak Club where there is something fun for everyone!

 

 

 

THANKS TO OUR 2016 SPONSORS