Giving Back: CohnReznick Foundation Supports Kids In More Ways Than One

Plus: A nursing scholarship helps one high school senior, a back-to-school store helps hundreds of students, and more.

Each month, New Jersey Monthly’s Social Datebook page features photos taken at various charitable events across the Garden State. The following snapshots were featured in the November 2015 Top Docs issue.

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1. A Foundation that CARES

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Photo courtesy of Mark Levine Photography.

CohnReznick LLP raised $150,000 for the Special Operations Warrior Foundation (SOWF) and the Joe Torre Safe At Home Foundation through its CohnReznick Foundation and CohnReznick CARES initiative at the 24th annual golf invitational. There to celebrate were, from left, master of ceremonies, Steve Adubato; John A. Corsaro, Julie Murawski and Thomas J. Marino, CohnReznick; Admiral Joe Maguire, SOWF; Frank Longobardi, CohnReznik; Yolanda Jimenez, Safe At Home; Kenneth E. Baggett, Jillian Ceravolo, CohnReznik; and Jennifer Coppola, Safe At Home.

2. A Hole In One

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Photo courtesy of Reynold Ianucci.

Affinity Federal Credit Union president John Fenton, left, enjoys the Affinity Federal Credit Union Foundation’s 18th annual golf invitational with, from left, Charlie Johnson and Gale Cogswell of Fiserv and Scott Witherspoon of Affinity. The event raised $150,000 to support local charities.

3. Martha Keates Fellowship Awarded

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Photo courtesy of Nick Valinote.

Robyn Begley, left, chief nursing officer at AtlantiCare Regional Medical Center, and Audrey Fischer, center, president of ARMC Atlantic City Campus Auxiliary, congratulate Erika Smail, recipient of the 2015 Martha Keates Fellowship, which comes with a $4,000 scholarship to pursue a nursing education.

4. Let’s Go Back 2 School 

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Photo courtesy of Neil Katz.

Jill Neff, right, a volunteer with the National Council of Jewish Women Essex County Section, helps 6-year-old Chastelyn Salazar pick out a winter coat at the nonprofit’s annual Back 2 School Store, which helped over 600 students shop cost-free for back-to-school supplies.

5. Virtual Clinic Helps Real Patients

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Photo courtesy of Investors Bank.

Dr. Filomela Marshall, left, dean of Thomas Edison State College W. Cary Edwards School of Nursing, accepts a $37,500 grant from Investors Bank for the college’s Virtual Clinical Simulation Program. Joining her, from left, are John Thurber of TESC, and Linda Martin and Amy Rouze of Investors.

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