Abington Health Foundation is proud to acknowledge the community organizations that choose to raise funds to support our programs and facilities.
AHS Key Club Breast Cancer Donation
Pictured left to right: Sumner Sykes, Key Club vice president; Celia Timbers, Key Club president; Tommy Thornton, Key Club member; Christin Haggerty, donor relations officer, Abington Health Foundation; Betty Cummings, oncology navigator, Abington-Jefferson Health; Christa Peters, Key Club co-advisor and mathematics teacher; Michelle Ritterman, Key Club co-advisor and mathematics teacher; and Angelo Berrios, Abington Senior High School principal.
The Abington Senior High School Key Club donated $1,250 to The Rosenfeld Cancer Center at Abington-Jefferson Health. Students and faculty raised $5,000 during the Tackle Cancer! Breast Cancer Awareness Football Game to support breast cancer awareness, research and treatment groups.
Giving Heart Hospice Volunteers
Pictured left to right: Nancy Leporace, Manager Homecare/Hospice Volunteer Services and Giving Heart Volunteers: Phoebe Ward, Cynthia Kirsch and Rita Cohen.
In honor of National Hospice Month in November, the Giving Heart Hospice Volunteers sold handmade blankets, bears, bags, scarves and other holiday surprises. The group raised a total of $2,830 during the one-week sale, with proceeds benefitting Abington – Jefferson Health Hospice.
Dylan Di Meo
Pictured left to right: Kathryn A. Ziegler, DO; Linda,
Dylan and Michael Di Meo; and Alison G. Cook, DO.
Dylan Di Meo and his parents presented a $500 check to the Andrew Tesauro Special Care Nursery (SCN) at Abington Hospital, where Dylan spent two and a half months after being born premature at only 29 weeks. For Dylan’s first birthday, his parents asked for charitable donations in lieu of gifts to support the SCN.
Sherri S. Gendelman Fund
Sherri’s Walk by the Water, held on July 25 in Margate, NJ, raised more than $40,000 to support ovarian cancer research at Abington Hospital. Pictured are Bob Gendelman, Abington nurse navigator Jennifer Cacciatore, RN, (center), and Rachel Gendelman. The event was in memory of Sherri Gendelman, a former patient at Abington Hospital who passed away last year after battling ovarian cancer for 17 months.