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K. Hovnanian Children’s Hospital Received Thanksgiving Meal Donation for Patient Families

Hackensack Meridian Health K. Hovnanian Children’s Hospital at Jersey Shore University Medical Center received a donation of more than 70 meals for the families of seriously ill newborns receiving care in the hospital’s neonatal intensive care unit. The meals were provided by Michael’s Feat, a non-profit organization that supports local families with seriously ill newborns, and meal prep delivery service Eat Clean Bro. The meals were given to families who stayed at the hospital with their newborns through Thanksgiving.

“While they may not have been home, thanks to Michael’s Feat and Eat Clean Bro, families in our NICU enjoyed a healthy meal during Thanksgiving,” said Vito Buccellato, MPA, LNHA, chief hospital executive of the academic medical center. “We are grateful for their generous donation.”

For more information, visit www.michaelsfeat.org or www.khovnanianchildrenshospital.com.

Photo caption:
Pictured in the Michael’s Feat family room in the NICU, from left, is Ellen Bannon, RT; Janine Long, R.N.; Eileen Fallon, R.N.; Michael’s feat Co-Founder Dana Puharic; Bruno Delima and Michelle Jones, from Eat Clean Bro; Penny Geis, R.N.; Kim Aufiero, R.N., NICU assistant manager and Ann Marie Conte, MSN, R.N., CPN, director, Patient Care.

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