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Why I Support Northwell Health, a Community Health Network

Northwell Health, formerly known as North Shore LIJ, has done a remarkable job for healthcare in my community. My family has many friends who are board members, overseers and trustees for this network of health care facilities, and I’m proud everyday to support the work they facilitate statewide.

2016-09-07T16:34:16+00:00September 7th, 2016|Blog, Philanthropy|0 Comments

Children of Chernobyl

After the accident at Chernobyl’s nuclear power plant in 1986, which left mass and long-term devastation in its wake, it became apparent that children were developing health problems as a result of the radiation. Shortly after, my wife and I were approached by the Spielberg Katz family to bring awareness of these health problems to [...]

2017-06-19T15:01:07+00:00June 22nd, 2016|Blog, Philanthropy|0 Comments

Meals on Wheels: Supporting Seniors to Change Lives for the Better

My philanthropy in regards to children has been well-documented here on my blog, I want to also express the importance of charities that helps another vulnerable population: the elderly. Like children, many elderly citizens depend on assistance for the tasks in life that many of us take for granted. Meals on Wheels is one wonderful [...]

2017-06-19T15:01:07+00:00June 20th, 2016|Blog, Philanthropy|0 Comments

My Affiliation With The Children’s Aid Society

My family was introduced to the Children’s Aid Society by Melvin Seiden, a great uncle to my family and trustee to the charity. Although Uncle Mel wasn’t a parent, he was very dedicated to helping children all around the world. Melvin was one of the few people in my life that I really saw as [...]

2021-04-05T20:17:55+00:00June 14th, 2016|Blog, Philanthropy|0 Comments

Big Brothers Big Sisters – The Power of Mentorship

Success isn’t something you achieve alone; in fact it’s the people in your life that directly and indirectly help guide you down a path to life success. That is exactly why the Big Brothers Big Sisters program was created — to provide at-risk youth ages of 6-18 from low-income, and single-parent households, a role model [...]

2017-06-19T15:01:08+00:00June 8th, 2016|Blog, Philanthropy|1 Comment