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Benefit for Pediatrics

HSS All-Star Family Benefit to support the Lerner Children's Pavilion

Games, arts & crafts, food & beverages and entertainment for all ages

Saturday, November 16, 2019
2:30 pm - 5:30 pm

The Field House at Chelsea Piers / Pier 62
Westside Highway, New York City

 

Co-Chairs

  • Emily Dodwell, MD
  • Kate Doerge
  • Monica Keany
  • Lara Lerner
  • Tom and Amanda Lister

 

Vice Chairs

 
  • Alexander and Erica Crisses
  • Sarah Jane and Trevor Gibbons
  • Kenneth V. Handal and Mary Francina Golden
  • Jessica Ritt Jacobs
  • Deirdre McGraw
  • Sara Weiner, PhD

 

Benefit Committee

 
  • Allison and Jay Aston
  • Lindsey and Duke Barnett
  • Jamie and David Baron
  • Veronica Swanson Beard
  • Drs. Nick and Kimberly Berens
  • Kenna Brockriede
  • Kimberly Cantor
  • Lea Carpenter
  • H. Susan Cha, MD
  • Sheree Chiou and Jason Kirschner
  • Erica Christensen
  • Catherine Corry
  • Laura Dartnall
  • Mary Ann Deignan
  • Violeta Dela Cruz-Paluszek
  • Amy and Jim Dieterich
  • Meredith and Carl Doerge
  • Michael and Vaughn Dorrian
  • Shevaun Doyle, MD
  • Stephanie Drescher-Gorman
  • Willa and David Fawer
  • Randall Flinn
  • Bill and Susan Foley
  • Samantha Gellert
  • Megan and Tim Grant
  • Daniel W. Green, MD, and Brenda Green
  • Ashley Waters Gundersen
  • Jenna Bush Hager
  • Laura Heintz
  • Kelly Hensley
  • Wandy Hoh
  • Charissa Huan and Russel Huang, MD
  • Lisa S. Ipp, MD
  • Neil and Sarita Jairath
  • Jennifer James
  • Elisabeth Jones-Hennessy
  • Kristen Klabin
  • Blair Klaff
  • Kim Klimczak
  • Kristy and Jonathan Korngold
  • Mariko and Matthew LeBaron
  • Aliza Licht
  • Michelle Marra
  • Son McLaren, MD, and Peter Fabricant, MD, MPH
  • Noel Momsen
  • Nitika and Patrick Moran
  • Mary Kathryn Navab
  • Samantha and Bryce O’Brien
  • Brian and Emilia Pfeifler
  • Andrea Ranawat
  • Dana Ranawat
  • Kimberly and Scott Resnick
  • Kristin Reynolds
  • Hanna Richheimer
  • Paula Root
  • Tommy and Christin Rueger
  • Jennifer Sauer
  • Emily and David Schaible
  • Corrente Schankler
  • David M. Scher, MD, and Nancy B. Scher
  • The Grover/Scher Family
  • Mindy Schwartz
  • Dr. Elizabeth Morris and Dr. Peter K. Sculco
  • Dr. and Mrs. Thomas P. Sculco
  • Michael Shweky
  • Carrie Hall Spofford
  • Sara Story
  • Alison Strong
  • Liz and Ed Swenson
  • Rosanna Troiano
  • Todd and Ginger Whitenack
  • Miriam and Roger F. Widmann, MD
  • McCartney and Jay Wilkins
  • Julie and Sam Zarou
  • Soofian Zuberi and Dr. Fatima Zuberi
 

Champion Sponsors

 
  • Fried, Frank, Harris, Shriver and Jacobson LLP
  • Monica Keany and Dan Zwirn
  • Tom and Amanda Lister
  • McCartney and Jay Wilkins
  • Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom LLP
 
 

 

Gold Medal Sponsors

 
  • BlackRock
  • Citi
  • Mary Ann Deignan
  • Kate and Chad Doerge
  • Kenneth V. Handal and Mary Francina Golden
  • Kim and Sean Klimczak
  • Lara Lerner
  • Deirdre McGraw
  • Mary Kathryn Navab
  • Kendrick R. Wilson III and Ann Jackson
 

 

Silver Medal Sponsors

 
  • Ameriprise
  • Blackstone Charitable Foundation
  • Debra and Ken Caplan
  • Sheree Chiou and Jason Kirschner
  • Catherine Corry and Derek McNulty
  • Steven and Roberta Denning
  • DLA Piper
  • Michael and Wendy Esposito
  • Allison Schneirov Fisch and Steven Fisch
  • GE Healthcare
  • General Atlantic Foundation
  • iStar
  • Neil and Sarita Jairath
  • The Kamran Family
  • David Nason
  • Andrew and Darcy Nussbaum
  • Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton, and Garrison
  • Jennifer and Claudio Sauer
  • The Sculco Family
  • The Grover/Scher Family
  • Sara and Scott Weiner
 

Whether on the playground or on the ball field, children are susceptible to bone injury. When it comes to fast-growing bones, there’s no time to lose. Early diagnosis and the right treatment are of utmost importance for a child’s long-term health and mobility. For those children with some of the most debilitating musculoskeletal conditions, such as cerebral palsy, brittle bone disease, and juvenile rheumatoid arthritis, treatment by specialists who are the best in the world makes all the difference. That is why so many parents entrust the care of their children to the Lerner Children’s Pavilion at HSS – for the specialized skill, expertise, and experience that only we can offer.

Nationally ranked No. 1 in orthopedics and as a best children's hospital for pediatric orthopedics by U.S.News & World Report (2019-2020), HSS has been helping kids get safely back in the game of life for more than 150 years. Today, we continue to be dedicated to the treatment and rehabilitation of children, with over 45,000 pediatric patient visits per year. HSS is proud to provide all-star care for athletes in the Big Leagues and the Little Leagues, serving as the Official Hospital of the Brooklyn Nets, New York Giants, New York Knicks, and New York Mets, and overseeing care for athletes in virtually every sport and at every level of play.

Our vision at HSS is to create a better future for every child who needs us through unparalleled care and research. Every day, our scientists are conducting groundbreaking orthopedic research that is helping to dramatically improve surgery, making procedures more accurate and less invasive for children. Our researchers are discovering and developing innovative therapies and promising new treatments, with the goal of one day ridding the world of these disabling conditions.

Please join us for the 2019 HSS Family Benefit for Pediatrics to help us create a better future for the children we serve. If you are unable to attend, we hope you will consider making a donation.

 

For more information, contact Elena Montandon
212.606.1658 or montandone@hss.edu
 
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