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Event Info

EVENT INFO

Wednesday, March 5, 2014

Mandarin Oriental New York

Benefit Co-Chairs: Morris W. Offit, Marcia Riklis, Tami Schneider

Thank you to all of our supporters.

Click to view pictures from Gala on Jewish Home Lifecare Facebook page

 

Nearly 500 people came together to celebrate the idea that aging isn’t something to be afraid of.  We are so pleased to have celebrated Dominic Chianese, Richard Eisner, Eugene and Emily Grant, Larry and Klara Silverstein, Edie Windsor and Joan Wachtler. Led by our co-chairs, Morris W. Offit, Marcia Riklis and Tami Schneider, Jewish Home Lifecare raised more than $1.25 million on March 5, 2014.  We can’t thank our supporters enough for their generosity.

Leadership

LEADERSHIP


BENEFIT CO-CHAIR COMMITTEE

Robin and Scott L. Gottlieb
Marcia Riklis
Carole and Richard Eisner
Margot and Norman Freedman
Victoria Moran-Furman and Jay Furman
Emily and Eugene Grant
Susan and David Haas
Nancy and Joel Hirschtritt
Fran and Bill Klingenstein
Judith and Michael Luskin
Offit Capital
Nancy and Morris W. Offit
Amanda and Ned Offit
Marcey and Stan Pantowich
Jill Oberlander and Laurence Penn
Cindy and David Pinter
Susan and Arthur Rebell
Cheryl Fishbein and Phil Schatten
Tami Schneider
Klara and Larry Silverstein
Elizabeth Grayer and Aidan Synnott
Nicki and Harold Tanner
Tishman Construction, an AECOM Company
Unitex & Med-Apparel Services
Lauren, Marjorie, Alison and Philip Wachtler
Joan and Sol Wachtler

BENEFIT COMMITTEE

Atlantic, Tomorrow’s Office
Lou-Ellen and Mel Barkan
Vivian and Daniel Bernstein
CCS Consulting
Helen Matchett Demario Foundation
Jeannie and Bruce Evans
Ellen and David Freeman
Susan Glickman
Joy Henshel
Stacy and Jonathan Hochberg
Joan and Fred Lowenfels
M&T Bank
Mersky, Jaffe & Associates
Morrison Healthcare
Betsy and Paul Polivy
Siegelvision
Wolf Haldenstein Adler Freeman & Herz LLP
Marissa Allen
Linda and Earle Altman
Donna Katzin and Alan Altschuler
Andron Construction Corp.
Amy and Jonathan Bergner
Frederic Bloch
Ellen and William Blumstein
Jane Eisner Bram and William Bram
Joyce and Fred Claar
Cohn Reznick LLP
Annemarie Covone
C.R. Bard
Crothall Healthcare
Linda and Ronald Daitz
Valerie – Charles Diker Fund
Alisa Doctoroff
Lynn Oberlander and Gary Drevitch
EisnerAmper LLP
Lisa and Michael Feiner
Ann Berman and Daniel Feld
Thomas Gilmartin
GNYHA Ventures, Inc.
Greenberg Traurig, LLP
Jane Bowling and Woody Greenberg
Jane and Randy Guggenheimer
Susan U. Halpern
Kim and Alan Hartman
Lesley and Michael Heller
Susan and Roger Hertog
Patricia Jacobs
Rory and David Jones
Jujamcyn Theaters
Lauren and Alan Klein
Gloria and Richard Kobrin
Kramer Levin Naftalis & Frankel LLP
Amy and Steve Lipin
Loeb & Troper LLP
Linda and Steve Lowenthal
Melanie Katzman and Russell Makowsky
Marilyn and Arthur Margon
Medline Industries, Inc.
Sandy and Jonathan Merrill
Thomas E. Moore III
Wendy Flanagan and Chris O’Malley
Lauren G. Heymann and David Orelowitz
Panasonic
Judith Stern Peck
The Georgette Bennett and Leonard Polansky Family Fund
Amy and Kenneth Pollinger
Phyllis and Edward Reiss
Susan and Gene D. Resnick
Amy and Robert Rothman
Susan and Richard Rowland
Nan and Howard Rubin
Corrine Winston and Joseph Rubin
Julia and Joshua Ruch
Beth and Joel Serebransky
Robert Siegel
David Simon Foundation
SLCE Architects
Mary and David M. Solomon
Audrey S. Weiner and Jeffrey R. Solomon
Amy and Robert Stavis
David Steinman
Jane and James Stern
Bonnie and Tom Strauss
Emily Glasser and Billy Susman
Leonard J. Tanzer
Susan Frunzi and David Wachtel
Esther-Ann Asch
Audrey Bloch
David R. Caplan
L.M. Cohen & Company
Diana and John Engel
Adam Epstein
Fischer & Company
Friedlander Group
Sally Froelich
Laurie and Stephen Girsky
David M. Grimes, Reed Smith LLP
Lynn and Martin Halbfinger Charitable Fund
Joan B. Kaplan
Susan Karlin, Suka Creative
Pat and John Klingenstein
Ruth and Sid Lapidus
Mark Levy
Optum Health
Joel I. Picket, Picket Family Foundation
Judy and Burt Resnick
Jay M. Sackman Consulting Services LLC
Marc Shapses
Martin Siefering, Perkins Eastman
Skuld North America
Susan Switzer
Audrey Wathen

Honorees

Celebrating Eight Remarkable Lives

HONOREES

Eight over 80 is celebrating what octogenarians are doing, not just what they’ve done.  They are still building, still writing, still experimenting—still making waves.  Our honorees show the world that trailblazing is ageless.

By 2030, 30% of the US population will be over the age of 80.  And it is for precisely this reason that the celebration of Eight over 80 is so timely.   Like the teeming energy and diversity of New York itself, the variety of accomplishments and personalities of this inaugural group of eight will set the tone for this inspirational annual event.

Click to see pictures from the Eight over 80 gala on the Jewish Home Lifecare Facebook page

Your Dollars at Work

Your Dollars  at Work

$50,000

Upgrades the libraries and computers at one of our three campuses, including large print keyboards, accessible tables and a part time librarian to train residents to communicate more easily with family members.

$25,000

Provides training for 20 Geriatric Career Development Program (GCD) Participants. GCD is a work force development program offering disadvantaged New York City students academic support, mentoring, college preparation, clinical skills and job training in the healthcare field.

$15,000

Provides weekly art and music therapy for residents in one of our programs, enhancing the quality of life of the participants.

$2,500

Provides computer training for an elder in their home to prepare them for the utilization of our in home telehealth monitoring program. In home monitoring keeps seniors safe and improves patients’ quality of life.

$1,500

Trains five Home Health Aides to implement the Music and Memory program for elders with dementia. Music and Memory enables those struggling with dementia to reconnect with the world through the use of personalized iPods.

About Us

ABOUT JEWISH HOME LIFECARE

Serving New Yorkers of all faiths and ethnicities for 165 years, Jewish Home Lifecare is transforming eldercare as we know it. As one of the nation’s largest and diversified not-for-profit geriatric health and rehabilitation institutions, it serves 12,000 older adults each year in their own homes, and in post-acute and long-term residences on three campuses in the Bronx, Manhattan and Westchester.

We believe that high-quality care and personal dignity are the right of everyone, regardless of background or economic circumstances. Technology, innovation, applied research and new models of care put Jewish Home Lifecare at the vanguard of eldercare providers across the country.

 

Contact us

EVENT CONTACT INFORMATION

For event information:

212-870-5053

APlotkin@jewishhome.org

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