DRI Foundation Sends Funding to Children’s Hospital of New Jersey

As part of its Global Pandemic Fund, the DRI Foundation is providing donations to organizations in areas impacted by the COVID-19 coronavirus outbreak. Recently funding was sent to the Newark Beth Israel Medical Center to assist its Children’s Hospital of New Jersey.  

“Thank you for your gift to Newark Beth Israel Medical Center,” wrote Beth Tepper, Vice President of Development. “Times like these are truly defining moments for all of us. By supporting Newark Beth Israel Medical Center, you have not only supported our patients and medical teams, but also your community.  We need each other more now than ever. Thank you for safeguarding the health and wellbeing of those in our care, and those caring for them.”

The Newark Beth Israel Medical Center Development Department is a public non-profit that was established in 1985 to foster philanthropic individual and grant support from individuals, corporations and foundations to support world-class medical care for the patients of Newark Beth Israel Medical Center and Children’s Hospital of New Jersey. Through the generosity of caring supporters, the Development Department provides support for the most technologically advanced medical services, equipment, and research, protecting and improving the health of the region.

The DRI Foundation is proud to support such nonprofit organizations in communities impacted by disasters to provide crucial assistance. 100 percent of the money collected for the Global Pandemic Fund will go to small, local organizations that are an integral part of their communities.  Click here to donate.