Florida Hospital Healthy 100 Kids

The ANNIKA Foundation partners with Florida Hospital for Children, a recognized leader in preventive health and wellness. Annika is the spokesperson for Florida Hospital for Children’s Healthy 100 Kids, which is designed to help kids stay active and provide parents with valuable information, tools and resources about healthy living. The Healthy 100 Kids program is made possible due to the support of community partners, including the ANNIKA Foundation, the Martin Andersen–Gracia Andersen Foundation, the Orlando Magic Youth Foundation and more. This program is a key component of Florida Hospital’s Healthy 100 initiative, which promotes living a longer, healthier, happier life to age 100.




Annika and Healthy 100 Kids Celebrate 1st Anniversary

ORLANDO – Dozens of children gathered on the lawn in front of the Walt Disney Pavilion at Florida Hospital for Children for a unique exercise activity with Hall of Fame golfer Annika Sorenstam, ambassador for the Healthy 100 Kids program. Annika led the kids in a fun and energizing stretch routine, just like the routines professional golfers do to warm up for a round of golf. But beyond the fun and games, the event celebrated the success of the Healthy 100 Kids program at Florida Hospital and the strides it has taken to help kids in Central Florida get healthier.


The First Tee presents Annika as spokesperson

SAN ANTONIO – Today, The First Tee, a youth development organization that provides character education through golf, announced Annika as the spokesperson for the First Tee Nine Healthy Habits, a new framework that focuses on promoting health and wellness through golf.


FL Hospital for Children launches Healthy 100 Kids

ORLANDO – Children between the ages of six and 10 took to the lawn in front of Florida Hospital for Children yesterday,  running in an obstacle course with legendary golfer Annika Sorenstam. This unique display was designed to visually show the types of challenges that parents often face when trying to care for the health of their child.