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The Valerie Fund Walk and JAG Physical Therapy 5K Run will be held on Saturday, June 9, 2012 in Verona Park. More than 4,000 people will run and walk to support the children of The Valerie Fund. Registration to participate in this event is now open and the goal is to raise $1,000,000 dollars.
Walkers, runners, donors, and sponsors can register for the Walk or donate at www.TheValerieFund.org/walk2012 or by calling The Valerie Fund office at 973-761-0422. All proceeds from the Walk will support the comprehensive health care services for children with cancer and blood disorders. This has been the mission of The Valerie Fund since 1976 and is carried out in seven Valerie Fund centers across NJ, NY, and Philadelphia.
"At Atlantic Health System, we are enormously proud of our Valerie Fund Children's Centers, which are located in the Goryeb Children's Hospital in Morristown and within Overlook Medical Center in Summit. The Valerie Fund centers provide personalized, comprehensive medical care and services to our patients while also offering support for them and their families close to their homes. We deliver the highest quality, experienced care with compassion and exemplary service. The culture of healing that envelops our young patients and their families is what sets our programs apart," said Deborah Visconi, Director of Operations for Morristown Medical Center and Executive responsible for The Valerie Fund Children's Centers.
Major sponsors include JAG Physical Therapy, Atlantic Health, Goryeb Children's Hospital, Barnabas Health, WCBS –TV, Burger King, WCBS 880, U.S. Trust, the Edwin and Suzann Goldstein Family Foundation, ShopRite, Can Do Fitness Club, 7 Eleven, the County of Essex, and Calabria Restaurant.
The Walk was a huge success! Continue to support The Valerie Fund Children by making a donation to your favorite team today!
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"Every patient who goes through The Valerie Fund becomes a part of something much bigger." -Justin Festa