12th Annual Opera Night Raises $65,000 for Child Life
On March 12, devoted supporters of Winthrop’s Child Life Program spent
an evening enjoying fine dining and incredible musical performances by
internationally renowned opera singers to raise funds
to benefit the Hospital’s Child Life Program. The 12th
Annual Night at the Opera, “Sweet Voices for Precious
Children,” raised $65,000 for the program, which is
dedicated exclusively to minimizing children’s fears and
anxiety during the hospital experience.
More than 200 guests were in attendance to enjoy
a cocktail hour and sit-down dinner at the Garden City
Hotel as the magnificent harmony of Karen Foster,
soprano; Sarah Heltzel, mezzo soprano; and Theresa
Santiago, soprano, accompanied by pianist Caren Levine, filled the room.
Warren Rosenfeld, MD, Chairman of Pediatrics at Winthrop, expressed his deep
gratitude to all those in attendance at this year’s event for their unwavering support.
“Thank you for joining me on this wonderful occasion to celebrate a vital program that benefits countless families
and impacts thousands of lives. It is an honor for me to personally thank you for all you have done to support Winthrop’s
Child Life Program,” he said.
Vol. 19, No. 2
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