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Well-known Boca Raton philanthropists sponsoring Cocktails for a Cause

Elegant evening event on April 8 benefits the nation’s #1 respiratory hospital

 

Cocktails for a Cause, a new event on Friday, April 8 at Woodfield Country Club to raise money for pediatric programs at National Jewish Health, is supported by several well-known Boca Raton businesses and people.

Lead sponsors are Vicky and Donald D. Gabay and Carol Lee, with Jane and Charles Mandell, MD and Marilyn and Jay Weinberg, following their lead. Anne and Norm Jacobson are lending their support to the event as well.

To become a sponsor or to attend Cocktails for a Cause, contact Rebecca D’Amico at 561.477.5400 or visit www.cocktailsforacauseboca.org.

Chairs of the event are Jackie and Ken Mandell, MD; Rachel Gabay Prince and Brian Prince; and Elaine H. Weinberg.

The Cocktails for a Cause committee includes Laurie Dubow; Dr. Billie Eizenberg, PhD; Vicky and Donald D. Gabay; Tatyana Goldman; Carol Gottlieb; Carol Lee; Jane and Charles Mandell, MD; Barbara Manus; Susie Peal and Justin Goldberg; Jodi and Adam Presser; Jewel and Allen Prince; Aileen and Jeff Rosenfield, MD; Stacey and Alan Rudnick; Ronnie Slie; Tonia L. Turner; Katherine Van Brocklin; and Carol and Jerry Wildstein.

National Jewish Health is known worldwide for treatment of patients with respiratory, cardiac, immune and related disorders, and for groundbreaking medical research. Founded in 1899 as a nonprofit hospital, National Jewish Health remains the only facility in the world dedicated exclusively to these disorders. Since 1998, U.S. News & World Report has ranked National Jewish Health the #1 respiratory hospital in the nation.

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