AdventHealth has chipped in a $1 million donation to the onePulse Foundation.
The money will go toward the building of the National Pulse Memorial & Museum commemorating the 49 victims of the June 12, 2016, Pulse tragedy in Orlando, and creating an educational curriculum "focused on diversity and inclusion," said a onePulse press release. The museum, which will cost an estimated $45 million, is expected to open in 2022.
The onePulse Academy, which AdventHealth said it will donate gifts to in subsequent years, and its diversity and inclusion program "will be available inside the museum, for use in schools and in corporate environments," said the release.
Also announced is that AdventHealth University will provide a $15,000 scholarship to a student, selected by the foundation, who is seeking a career in health care.
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