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Pediatric Oncology Patient Fundraiser

Wednesday, June 3, 2020

Olivia Yee and Katherine Bermudez, 8th Graders from Turn of River Middle School in Stamford CT, chose the Pediatric Oncology patients undergoing treatment at YNHCH as the beneficiaries of their graduation project. Their donation included fuzzy blankets, games, activities and snacks. They planned this project to honor Olivia’s cousin who is undergoing chemotherapy.

Sims Metal Management Fundraiser

Friday, February 7, 2020

Sims Metal Management of North Haven collected thousands of dollars for the Closer to Free Fund from sales of candy bars to their employees over the past year. Company representatives Carly Hill and Kevin Becker stopped by Smilow to deliver the check. Kevin is also a veteran rider of the Closer to Free Bike Ride. … Read More

Frontier Communications Hosts Fundraiser

Thursday, December 19, 2019

Angela Wilson and her colleagues from Frontier Communications Dispatch Regional Center in New Haven present a check to Jacqueline Crenshaw from proceeds of a month long fundraising effort in October. The support is directed to the new mammography van being planned for Smilow Cancer Hospital as the focus of the fundraising was on early access/early … Read More

Teen Center Donation

Friday, December 6, 2019

For the second year in a row Abigail Ressler, a sophomore from Amity High School in Woodbridge, presented to Dr. Asher Marks and Amanda Garbatini a check from proceeds of her sales of handmade Slime, crayons and lip scrub at the Lady of Assumption Church Holiday Bazaar in Woodbridge. Abigail has raised thousands of dollars … Read More

Progressions Salon Breast Cancer Fundraiser

Friday, November 22, 2019

Stephanie and Mario Cabral of Progressions Salon and Wig Boutique in Woodbridge presented proceeds from their month long fundraising effort for the Smilow breast cancer program. The donations were the result of their popular Pampered in Pink customer services, raffles, and employee donations from their commissions during the month of October.