East End Hospice proudly recognizes Stanley Zinberg, MD. and his generous $1 million donation with the launch of the newly renamed Zinberg Family Bereavement Center. The Center offers individual and group therapy programs for adults and children navigating the loss of a loved one.
Dr. Zinberg and his late wife, Peggy McNally Zinberg, began supporting East End Hospice in 2009 and are recognized for their philanthropic support of several East End organizations.
“With his gift, Dr. Zinberg is leading the way in our community to address the unprecedented level of loss resulting from COVID-19 and support the growing numbers of adults and children who are navigating the loss of a loved one,” says Mary C. Crosby, EEH President & CEO. “We’re honored to recognize the Zinberg family and celebrate their more than a decade-long relationship with East End Hospice.”
“My family and I have been proud to support East End Hospice for many years,” shares Stanley Zinberg, MD. “We know personally and from the experiences of friends and neighbors that their care for terminally ill patients is impeccable. That they extend their services to families and individuals out in the community, as well as those whose loved one received hospice care, is to be commended. East End Hospice is a true community resource.”
Opened in 2014, the Center offers individual and group therapy, as well as a growing list of complimentary practices, including art and music therapy.. In addition, East End Hospice leads bereavement support groups across the East End at schools and other agencies, offers community workshops, comprehensive training and partners with other organizations to deliver specialized grief and bereavement support.
Photo: Mary Crosby, President & CEO and Stanley Zinberg, MD