Over 325 attendees were in attendance on November 14to see Dr. Hal Teitelbaum, JD, MBA, Managing Partner and CEO of Crystal Run Healthcare and Mr. Anthony P. Cellini, Town of Thompson Supervisor, receive the David T. Cocks Award for Commitment to Community, presented by the Community Foundation of Orange and Sullivan.
The evening celebrated the accomplishments of Cellini and Teitelbaum, and the Foundation’s milestone of exceeding $8.1 million in over 140 charitable funds that enhance the quality of life in the region. One of the newest funds established, The Make a Difference Fund, focuses on funding for children and families at risk. Inaugural grants of $500 were proudly announced and awarded to co-recipients Town of Wallkill Boys and Girls Clubs, Inc. for the InfluenceHer and Boys Program which serves at-risk and high-risk youth in Sullivan County, and Dispute Resolution Center for the agency’s Court Appointed Special Advocates CASA Volunteer Program to assist with transportation expenses for CASA volunteers who work with abused and neglected children involved in the Family Court system in Orange County.
Sponsors for this event were: Crystal Run Healthcare, Orange Regional Medical Center, Bonura Hospitality Group, Cappelli Enterprises, Focus Media, Inc., Hudson Valley Federal Credit Union, Jacobowitz & Gubits, LLP, Laborers Local 17 L.E.C.E.T Fund, Orange & Rockland Utilities, TD Bank, Walden Savings Bank, Catskill Regional Medical Center, Empire State Bank, Empire Resorts, Inc., The First National Bank of Jeffersonville, Hometown Bank of the Hudson Valley, Hudson Heritage Federal Credit Union, Hudson Valley Ambulatory Surgery LLC, M&T Bank, Monticello Motor Club, Orange County Trust Company, Provident Bank, Stanley Marks & Company, LLP, and Thunder 102.
To learn more about the work of the Community Foundation please contact Karen VanHouten Minogue, Executive Director at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (845)769-9393.