MFCH

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MFCHMaria Fareri Children's Hospital
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About Maria Fareri Children's Hospital, a Member of the Westchester Medical Center Health Network
Maria Fareri Children's Hospital is the children's hospital for New York's Hudson Valley region and Fairfield County, Connecticut.
Foundation, Inc., recently presented a check for $60,000 to Maria Fareri Children's Hospital at Westchester Medical Center.
Michael Gewitz, executive director and physician-in-chief, Maria Fareri Children's Hospital at Westchester Medical Center; Charlotte Cady, VP, Maria Fareri Children's Hospital; Eileen Weiss, managing director/ director of major gifts, Children's Hospital Foundation; and Jan Mittan, executive director, Children's Hospital Foundation.
This past May, Union State Bank provided a generous sponsorship of $20,000 as well as an enthusiastic team of employees for the hospital's 2nd annual "Walk the Walk and Family Fun Day." The funds will be used to enhance and expand vital programs and services at Maria Fareri Children's Hospital.
"Union State Bank continues to demonstrate its commitment to children's healthcare in this region with its on-going support of Maria Fareri Children's Hospital at Westchester Medical Center," said John J.
Fee Real Estate cosponsored the Maria Fareri Children's Hospital Walk for Kids held on Sunday, May 15 on the campus of Westchester Medical Center in Valhalla, N.Y.
Fee Real Estate shares a common goal with the the Maria Fareri Children's Hospital: to provide comfortable, happy homes to our residents and promote the importance of family in the community," said Randall J.
Innovative MEP engineering solutions for the Maria Fareri Children's Hospital in Valhalla, N.Y.;
Houlihan/Lawrence is sponsoring "Girls' Night Out," a fundraiser for the Maria Fareri Children's Hospital at Westchester Medical Center being held at the Doral Arrowwood Resort in Purchase, N.Y.
The new Maria Fareri Children's Hospital cares for the area's most critically ill and injured children.