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Arnold Goldstein Memorial 2014 Annual Golf Outing Was A Success

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HHH Foundation Hosts 10th Annual Golf Event
in Memory of Arnold Goldstein

The 2014 Arnold Goldstein Memorial Golf Outing was a resounding success!  In honor of our former Chairman of the Board, players and sponsors alike continued their support of the annual event and helped the HHH Foundation raised over $145,000 and still counting to help fund programs and services for the elderly.  We appreciate all the support from our wonderful friends, families and guests and look forward ...

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HHH Continuum of Care Walks to End Alzheimer’s!

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Many companies believe in social responsibility and HHH is no exception.  The Hebrew Hospital Home has been a proud long time supporter of the Alzheimer’s Association. 


This year, the annual walk was held on September 30th at White Plains High School.   After several days of rain the weather cooperated and it was a beautiful day.

Over 800 people attended the event to ...

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HHH Foundation Thanks All Our Golfers!

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Dear Friends of the HHH Foundation,

To all those who golfed, sponsored, donated and volunteered at the 8th Annual Hebrew Hospital Home Golf Outing on September 10th, the HHH Continuum of Care extends a huge THANK YOUThis year’s Annual Golf Outing was a major success and the funds that were raised will go directly towards programs within the Continuum of Care.    We would like to thank Mr. Arnold Goldstein, the Chairman of the Board of the Continuum of ...

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HHH Continuum of Care Supports Van Cortland Baseball League!

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As an organization whose mission is to provide quality care to our patients and residents, the HHH Continuum of Care greatly supports staff that give back to the community.

One of our exceptional staff members, Francisco Castillo, who works in the Maintenance Department on our Valhalla, NY, campus, is also the Vice President of the non-profit organization which runs the Van Cortlandt Baseball Team in the Bronx. With over 600 kids ranging from 6 year ...

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