Citigroup Foundation and Garden City Family Support Cancer Center for Kids

Vol. 16, No. 3
Summer/Fall 2006

  • Scoliosis Patient Stands Taller after Complex Surgeries

  • Winthrop Specialists Named to Top Doctors List

  • Renovation Project Extended Thanks to Senator Balboni

  • Winthrop Opens Beautifully Expanded Admitting Office

  • ER & Cardiac Team's Exceptional Response Time Saves Father of Two

  • Winthrop Plays Major Role in County-Wide Emergency Preparedness Drill

  • Winthrop's Department of Pediatrics Admitted to Prestigious National Association

  • Don't let obesity take you from them

  • Cancer Survivor's Inspiring "Mask of Courage" Evokes Hope

  • Winthrop Appoints Board of Directors Chairman

  • Former Winthrop President Passes Away

  • CyberKnife Restores Mother's Hearing and Preserves Grandfather's Active Lifestyle

  • Winthrop Introduces Toilet-Training Program

  • Winthrop First LI Hospital to Pioneer Use of Advanced Physician Order Entry Technology

  • Citigroup Foundation and Garden City Family Support Cancer Center for Kids

  • Charlie's Champions Rally in Support of Cancer Center for Kids

  • Horticultural Therapy Program Branches Out Thanks to Fidelity Investments

  • West Islip Family Thanks Pediatric Center

  • Garden City Second Grader Dedicates Birthday to Young Patients

  • Jets Fans' Contributions Benefit Pediatric Patients

  • Kids for Care Hosts Dinner Supporting Pediatric ER Patients

  • Diabetes Education Center Partners with American Idol Celebrity for Important Discussion

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  • Representatives from Citibank's Citigroup Foundation recently donated $10,000 to benefit Winthrop's Cancer Center for Kids. The Stewart family of Garden City matched the Foundation's funding with a generous check, bringing the total donation to $20,000.

    L-R: John Stewart with his mom, Elizabeth; John F. Stewart, Managing Director of Citibank, with daughter, Courtney, a former patient; Mark Weinblatt, MD, Chief, Division of Pediatric Oncology/Hematology and Director of Winthrop's Pediatric Cancer Program; Michelle E. Di Benedetto, Citibank's Community Relations Director for the Long Island region; Barry Cosel-Pieper, Winthrop's Director of Development; Nicole Almeida, MS, CCLS, Child Life Specialist, Cancer Center for Kids; and Maria Kavan, Development Specialist, Cancer Center for Kids.

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