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Deborah Hospital Foundation Participates in OceanFirst Foundation’s 11th Home Runs for Heroes Season

Deborah Hospital Foundation received $1,000 from the OceanFirst Foundation of Toms River during a recent Lakewood BlueClaws game at First Energy Park, when a home run was hit during Deborah’s designated inning. OceanFirst Foundation’s Home Runs for Heroes Program — in partnership with Townsquare Media and the Lakewood BlueClaws — provides grants to organizations that support veterans, retirees, and active duty military, like Deborah’s HeroCare Connect Program. From left: 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; and Tom Drotar, Planned Giving Officer/Major Gifts.

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