The donation will greatly enhance the GlaxoSmithKline Hope for Families Fund, an endowment fund which was established in 2008 with a $1 million gift from The GlaxoSmithKline Foundation and GlaxoSmithKline, and matched by The Children s Hospital of Philadelphia.
What does HFF stand for?
HFF stands for Hope for Families (various locations)
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We have 62 other meanings of HFF in our Acronym Attic
- Heinz Family Foundation (est. 1984)
- Hellenic Football Federation (Greece)
- Helvitis Fokking Fokk (slogan; Iceland)
- Hemispherical Free Field (audio science)
- Hermetic Ferruled Fiber
- High Frequency Furnace
- Himalaya Film Festival
- Hochschule für Fernsehen und Film München (German: University of Television and Film)
- Hokushinetsu Futsal Federation (sports club; Japan)
- Hollywood Film Festival (Hollywood, CA)
- Horizontal Flute Factor
- Hawaii Fire Fighters Association (est. 1963)
- Hawkeye Fly Fishing Association (Cedar Rapids, IA)
- Health Facilities Financing Authority
- High Free Fatty Acidemia
- Hot from Far Away
- Hanford Federal Facility Agreement and Consent Order
- Half-Fast Filterbank
- Hartree-Fock Frozen Core
- Hastings Fly Fishers Club (East Sussex, England, UK)
Samples in periodicals archive:
The donation will greatly enhance the GlaxoSmithKline Hope for Families Fund, an endowment fund which was established in 2008 with a $1 million gift from The GlaxoSmithKline Foundation and GlaxoSmithKline, and matched by The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia.
With growing awareness of Alzheimer's disease and greater understanding of the medications to treat and care for those with it, the long term care sector will become a beacon of hope for families and residents alike.
The Los Angeles Ronald McDonald House, a haven of hope for families of children undergoing treatment for cancer and other life-threatening illnesses, is open to families whose children are hospitalized and outpatients who are away from home.