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726 Exchange Street
Buffalo, NY 14210
Upcoming “Rock-a-Thon” Fundraiser to Support New NICU at Suburban
The hospital delivers over 2,400 babies annually. The NICU will be the first in the northern suburbs providing care to at-risk newborns and will decrease the number of babies at MFSH that need to be transported to another facility when the need for critical care arises.
The fundraising event will take place in the main lobby where comfortable rocking chairs will be occupied by local business leaders, hospital employees and community members throughout the day. Participants collect pledges in support of the NICU beforehand and enjoy 30 minutes of relaxation while rocking with replica babies.
“Our community has been very supportive in the past,” said Joyce Lenda, president of the Women’s Board at MFSH. "We hope that we have even greater participation this year."
In previous years, this unique event has brought in as much as $11,000 for the Women’s Board making it a successful one day event.
The Women’s Board of MFSH has been providing financial support towards facility upgrades and the purchase of state-of-the-art technology to enhance the services provided on the campus for 52 years. Their generous contributions totaling over $4.2 million to date allow the hospital to continue delivering advanced health care to the local community.
The Board continues to recruit rockers and needs 72 individuals to complete the schedule. For more information on volunteering to rock or to make a donation, call Judy Huber at 688-8170 or Joyce Zobel at 688-8768.
For more information, visit http://foundation.kaleidahealth.org/rock-a-thon/.