Kids for Care Hosts Dinner Supporting Pediatric ER Patients

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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  • L-R: Barry Cosel-Pieper, Winthrop's Director of Development; AnnMarie DiFrancesca, Director of Winthrop's Child Life Program; James Rubinowitz, Jeffrey Baxt and Matthew Toffler of Kids for Care.

    Winthrop's Child Life Program received a $4,400 donation from Kids for Care, a volunteer organization focused on helping to comfort young patients in the Hospital's Pediatric Emergency Room (ER). Teens James Rubinowitz of Roslyn, Ben and Olivia Jaffe of Port Washington and Michael Price of Wheatley, established Kids for Care two years ago.

    The group, along with several friends, brainstormed a spring fundraiser hosted at Thyme, a Roslyn restaurant, to raise money for toys, games and arts and crafts supplies, which the volunteers offer at a patient's bedside.

    "It was a rewarding experience and a wonderful opportunity to help others," said Mr. Rubinowitz, who has been volunteering at the Hospital for the past year-and-a-half. "It was a great feeling to be able to do this for Winthrop, an organization that fit perfectly with our mission."

    For information about Winthrop's volunteer programs, call Carmela Anglim, CAVS, Director of Volunteer Programs, at (516) 663-2391.

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