BENEFITING: CHILDREN'S SPECIALIZED HOSPITAL FOUNDATION INC
Hi everyone! I am so honored to have the opportunity to run with Children's Specialized Hospital in the 2017 NYC Marathon. In the past I have run two marathons and I currently work as a Neonatal Intensive Care Nurse. As a NICU nurse I have had the chance to witness the miracle of birth. I have watched infants fight for their lives. I have watched newborns grow and have been able to celebrate milestones with them, such as eating for the first time to being discharged home. I have seen joy and I have seen sadness. This is why I have decided to fundraise for Children’s Specialized Hospital. Any amount you can donate, big or small, will go directly to the Hospital and help me make strides in reaching my fundraising goal.
Your generosity means the world to me.
Thank you in advance,
Children’s Specialized Hospital is the preeminent provider of rehabilitation services for children with special needs. The hospital serves children affected by brain injury, spinal cord injury, premature birth, autism, developmental delays, and life-changing illnesses. Children’s Specialized Hospital has thirteen sites in New Jersey and treats over 28,000 children each year, making it the largest pediatric rehabilitation system of its kind in the nation. Services include outpatient services, acute rehabilitation, and long-term care through its sites in Bayonne, Clifton, Mountainside, Toms River, Fanwood, Hamilton, New Brunswick, Egg Harbor Township, Roselle Park, Warren, and Newark as well as outreach programs in many communities. Children's Specialized Hospital is a proud member of the Children's Miracle Network Hospitals and was named the 2012 Hospital of the Year by NJBIZ. Children’s Specialized Hospital Foundation supports the programs and services of the hospital. The Foundation is ranked among the top six pediatric hospital foundations in the country. To help, or find more information: visit www.childrens-specialized.org; find us on Facebook, or follow us on Twitter @ChidlrenSpecNJ.