Deborah Receives $1,000 For HeroCare Connect Program

From left to right: Robert Vota, Senior Director, Corporate Partnerships Lakewood BlueClaws; Bobby Cook, Vice President/Business Banking Lender II, OceanFirst Foundation; Ellen Krivchenia, Planned Giving Officer, Deborah; Steve Toal, Chief Development Officer, Deborah; Christine Carlson-Glazer, Government and Community Liaison, Deborah; Col. Jason Lennen, Commander, 87th Medical Group, Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst; Nina Anurio, Senior Vice President, OceanFirst Foundation; Carla Tisdale-Walker, Corporate/Foundation Grants Officer, Deborah and Tom Drotar, Planned Giving Officer/Major Gifts. (Photo courtesy Deborah Heart and Lung Center)

  TOMS RIVER – It was a home run for Deborah Hospital Foundation at a recent Lakewood BlueClaws game – literally. Deborah Hospital Foundation received $1,000 from the OceanFirst Foundation of Toms River after a home run was hit during Deborah’s designated inning at the game.

  OceanFirst Foundation’s 11th annual Home Runs for Heroes Program awarded the grant to Deborah’s HeroCare Connect Program, one of many local organizations that supports veterans, retirees, and active duty military. Home Runs for Heroes is also supported in part by Townsquare Media and the Lakewood BlueClaws.