The McNabb Foundation allows Donovan and his family to express their passion for charitable work. The McNabb Fund has raised millions for various organizations over the years and continues to make an impact on the community. The McNabb Foundation has pledged support to raise awareness of diabetes, has raised hundreds of thousands of dollars for the American Diabetes Association and provided scholarships to many students. Also in October 2009, the couple announced a partnership with Virtua hospital where each of their four children was born. The partnership began with a six-figure donation from the McNabb’s to help with the construction of the new NICU at the Virtua Voorhees replacement hospital, which opened in Spring 2011. In addition, the family committed to helping raise $2.5 million for additional funding for the project. The completed unit was named The McNabb Family Neonatal Intensive Care Unit in honor of their dedication and commitment. Another cause that is near and dear to the McNabb's is youth sports. Donovan's wife, Raquel, founded Caris Sports Foundation which give kids the opportunity to participate in organized sports by removing the financial obstacles that keep them on the sidelines.
At Caris Sports Foundation, we believe in the power of sports and the many benefits that team sports provide. We believe that every boy and girl who wants to participate in sports should have the opportunity to do so. Further, we believe that economic barriers should not prevent young people from taking part in the sports they love.
Our mission is to give young people the opportunity to participate in organized sports by removing financial obstacles that keep them on the sidelines. We are dedicated to that effort through scholarship awards to kids who need financial assistance for recreational or competitive sports.
Our vision is to give every boy and girl who wants to take part in sports the opportunity to get on the playing field.
The American Diabetes Association is a United States-based nonprofit that seeks to educate the public about diabetes and to help those affected by it by funding research to manage, cure and prevent diabetes.
Virtua’s neonatal intensive care team provides preemies with a warm, quiet, protected place to eat, sleep and grow.
Throughout your stay in the Virtua Voorhees McNabb Family Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) our doctors and nurses will clearly communicate what’s happening with your child. Dedicated to treating newborns with special needs, our NICU and SCN are staffed by teams of board-certified CHOP at Virtua neonatologists (pediatricians with advanced training in newborn intensive care), neonatal nurse practitioners and neonatal nurses. Our team offers advanced expertise in the complex care of the tiniest and sickest babies, and they do so with the greatest compassion and skill.