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Thank you to everyone who joined us on Monday, October 26th, whether you played golf, joined us for dinner, volunteered, or donated. The drizzle in the morning and the cloudy day didn't stop us from having a fantastic and successful event. With many of our events being canceled this year due to the pandemic, we are so grateful that we were still able to have this one.

We are excited to share that we raised $408,000! We would like to give a big shoutout to this year's honoree, Tony Magro for helping make that happen, thank you! Also, thank you to all of our sponsors. We couldn't have done it without you. The money raised will continue to help families battling pediatric cancer and other chronic pediatric illnesses. 

Thank you again for all your support, not only yesterday but year-round.

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Vote for Terrie Magro
Terrie has been nominated for Best Philanthropist in the Bethpage Best of LI 2021 contest!

You can VOTE once a day through December 15th.

Michael Magro Foundation and NYU Winthrop Hospital Join Forces to Keep Preemies Safer
Michael Magro Foundation and NYU Winthrop Hospital’s NICU have teamed up to help parents of the tiniest patients keep their children safer upon release from the hospital. ‘Infant CPR Anytime’, developed by the American Heart Association, and underwritten for NYU Winthrop Hospital’s NICU by Michael Magro Foundation, provides in hospital instruction and take-home kits for each child in the NICU.

Dr. Bear Helps Make Hospital Experience Fun for Pediatric Patients
“Paging Dr. Bear! Dr. Bear to Pediatric GI Unit.” This call may not be out of the ordinary until you realize that Dr. Bear is, in fact, an NYU Winthrop Hospital teddy bear. His job is ‘working’ in the pediatric endoscopy/colonoscopy suite with young patients arriving for diagnostic GI procedures. He helps make the hospital experience fun for pediatric patients.
Each bear wears an NYU Langone Health T-shirt and colorful face mask, and comes with a matching mask for his human friend, along with a note about safety as the top priority at NYU Winthrop. It is anticipated that more than 750 Dr. Bear friends will go home with children from this unit over the course of the year. The Foundation is underwriting the cost of a year’s supply of bears and masks for the unit.

TDP interviews Terrie Magro, founder of the Michael Magro Foundation for our Cancer Awareness Episode
Terrie Magro Featured in Model Citizens Magazine

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Our Mission
The mission of the Michael Magro Foundation is to better the lives of children with cancer, pediatric cancer survivors, and their families, as well as other chronic pediatric illnesses. Learn more
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