Join us June 3rd to support St. Joseph’s Neighborhood Center
Let the Games Begin! The fundraising games, that is, while we celebrate all sports and their many rewards. The 21st annual auction and party to benefit the Center will be held on Wednesday, June 3rd at Temple B’rith Kodesh.
Don your favorite team jersey and join us as we welcome Tom and Betty Richards as Honorary Chairpersons. Tom is former mayor of Rochester, lover of many sports and of all local teams.
“Betty and I are very excited for this event, and pleased to be chairpersons on behalf of the Center,” said Tom. “St. Joseph’s Neighborhood Center is an important resource to our community, providing health care to local individuals and families who lack insurance. We look forward to having fun while we raise funds for this terrific cause.”
It all happens June 3rd, 2015 at 5:30 p.m. at Temple B’rith Kodesh on Elmwood Avenue. $45 per person includes beer and wine tasting, hearty grazing stations, desserts, silent and live auctions, music and more. The event typically gathers more than 400 guests.
Sponsors to date include Dave Guadagnino and Mary Beauchamp; Monroe Plan for Medical Care, Excellus Blue Cross Blue Shield, Gallo & Iacovangelo, LLP, St. John Fisher College, Rochester Regional Health System and Monroe County Dental Society. All proceeds will benefit the Center’s programs in primary health care, dental care and mental health counseling for the uninsured and under-insured. To sponsor the event, to register or learn more information, call (585) 325-5260. Let’s Go Team!
St. Joseph’s Neighborhood Center provides comprehensive health care, counseling, adult education and social work to individuals and families who lack access to health insurance. Established in 1993 as a ministry of the Sisters of St. Joseph, the Center is committed to raising the health status and quality of life of individuals and families.
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