A note from Proozy CEO
Proozy is proud to support the University of Minnesota Masonic Children’s Hospital with a $250,000 pledge for the Hospital's Adopt-A-Room program. Each of the rooms at the Children's Hospital exceed the national standards providing smart-room technology and family accommodations to increase the sense of normalcy, accelerating healing and research development. In addition to monetary support, Proozy will be building the layers of their contribution in 2020 with a Proozy Closet program providing name brand clothing and footwear for unexpected long or short term stays. ProozyFit will also be providing onsite fitness coaching for both patients and families.
Click Here to learn more about the Masonic Children's Hospital Adopt A Room program and other ways for you to get involved and give.
The Proozy Team volunteering at the Children's Hospital Annual Halloween event for patients and families provided by Minnesota Vikings Kyle Rudolph.
Proozy hosted their inaugural 5K Race and Kids Fun Run on November 9, 2019 at their headquarters in Eagan, MN bringing the community together to help raise funds and awareness for the Children’s Hospital.
A letter from The Segals:Our team has worked so hard over the years to build Proozy into one of the fastest growing privately held companies in the Twin Cities. We can’t think of a better time than now to start giving back to our local community. With that in mind, we have decided to partner with the University of Minnesota Masonic Children’s Hospital.
Rachel and I have a huge place in our hearts for children. Health and wellness have always been a priority in our lives and after we had our son, Noah, the importance was amplified even more. We believe that every child should have the ability to run, jump and play but the reality is, some children are forced to stay seated, forced to be isolated, and forced to fight for their lives.
The children at the University of Minnesota Masonic Children’s Hospital are some of the most in need of expert medical care. Any contribution we make to help provide comfort during their time spent there is the very least we can do. These children are facing the reality of death and their families are facing their greatest fear of losing their child.
We are in support of the fight for these children’s lives!
We are in support of providing any amount of comfort to the families who are day-in and day-out, side-by-side praying for the lives of their children!
We are in support of the innovative scientists, doctors and staff who are fighting for each and every one of these children!
And we honor all of those who have lost the battle.
This is the beginning of our partnership with the University of Minnesota Masonic Children’s Hospital and we will continue to build the layers of our contribution for all of whom are fighting the fight! There is no greater cause than supporting these families and their children in their journey towards better health. These children are the future. Join us as we Fight for Life so they can Live Fearlessly!
Jeremy and Rachel Segal