Join us for RotaCare's 23rd Annual Caregivers' Ball!
Thursday, April 27, 2017
Cherry Valley Club, Garden City
The 2017 Honorees are:
DISTINGUISHED LEADER EXCELLENCE AWARD
MARIAN CONWAY Ph.D.
New York Community Bank Foundation
HUMANITARIAN SERVICE AWARD
JANE and MARTIN SCHWARTZ
DISTINGUISHED COMMUNITY SERVICE AWARD
American Association of Physicians of Indian Origin (AAPI)
PAUL HARRIS AWARD RECOGNITION
IN MEMORY OF MILLICENT "HOPE" TREIBER
For more information on RotaCare's 23rd Annual Caregivers' Ball:
Call Legendary Events at (516) 222-0550
or email Tracey Gittere at email@example.com.
Early Registration is March 1 (to be included as a sponsor in invitation)
Deadline for journal ad submissions is Wednesday, April 19.
Ticket reservation deadline is Monday, April 24.
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RotaCare was initiated in 1992 by members of the Mineola-Garden City Rotary Club to address the needs of the uninsured in Nassau County. It began very simply when a group of concerned volunteers at the Mary Brennan INN soup kitchen in Hempstead, NY recognized that many of the medical needs of the clients they served were not being adequately met by the healthcare system. They responded through the collaborative efforts of the Rotary Club, local healthcare professionals, local residents and Mercy Hospital by operating a weekly “MASH” unit at the soup kitchen. And RotaCare was born.
The space at the soup kitchen soon became inadequate and in January 2000, RotaCare moved to its own facility in Uniondale. First it moved to St. Pius X. High School in Uniondale and then to the A. Holly Patterson facility, also in Uniondale, where it currently resides. A staff of doctors, nurse practitioners, nurses and clerical staff and translators volunteered and continue to give selflessly of their time and talent to help uninsured individuals who had no access to healthcare.
Recognizing its tremendous benefits to the community, RotaCare was adopted as a Rotary District 7250 project, incorporated as a 501 (c)3 and has been supported ever since by Rotary Clubs and other concerned companies, organizations and individuals.
For more information, visit www.rotacareny.org.
RotaCare 875 Jerusalem Avenue (at the A. Holly Patterson facility) Uniondale, NY 11553 Phone: 516.539.9834
23rd Annual RotaCare Caregivers' Ball to honor MARIAN CONWAY, PhD, JANE & MARTIN SCHWARTZ, AAPI and in memory of MILLICENT "HOPE" TREIBER, Thursday, April 27, 2017, Cherry Valley Club, 6pmThings to do in Garden City, NYParty