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Chef Pati Jinich to Host Book Signing/Shopping Event at Calypso to Benefit Hope for Henry
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Chef Pati Jinich to Host Book Signing/Shopping Event at Calypso to Benefit Hope for Henry

Pati Jinich of PBS’ Pati’s Mexican Table will be hosting a book signing/shopping event at Calypso St. Barth in Georgetown to benefit Hope for Henry, Washington’s own nonprofit, reinventing how hospitals care for sick children in the Washington/Baltimore regions. 2-4 p.m. Ten percent of all proceeds will be donated to Hope for Henry. https://capitolfile-magazine.com/Calypso-St-Barth-Chef-Pati-Jinich-Book-Signing-Shopping-Event

Caps Today: Capitals to Participate in Hockey Fights Cancer Campaign
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Caps Today: Capitals to Participate in Hockey Fights Cancer Campaign

The Washington Capitals are teaming up with the National Hockey League Oct. 24 through Nov. 18 to educate the hockey community about cancer through Hockey Fights Cancer Awareness Month. Hockey Fights Cancer is a league-wide initiative founded by the NHL and NHL Players’ Association and is dedicated to raising awareness for national and local organizations...

Hope for Henry Names Salvador Briman to its Board of Directors
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Hope for Henry Names Salvador Briman to its Board of Directors

Global Business Leader Connects American Pediatric Patient-care Nonprofit with Boxing Champions and Charities Washington, DC – September 10, 2016 – Salvador Briman, Mexican businessman and philanthropist has been elected to the Board of Directors of Washington, DC-based Hope for Henry Foundation. Briman, CEO of World Champions for Hope, has a charitable career mentoring and supporting at-risk...

CBS Baltimore: Young Patients at Sinai Hospital Get Special Day of Pampering
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CBS Baltimore: Young Patients at Sinai Hospital Get Special Day of Pampering

Makeup artists and manicurists took over for doctors and nurses at Sinai Hospital in Baltimore, giving their youngest patients a little pampering. It isn’t every day you see Cinderella in the hallway, but Thursday, she was just one of many princesses at Sinai’s Children’s Hospital. Lizzie Gardner got a new look at the “SuperGirl SuperFun Pamper...

ABC2 – Superheroes Swoop into Samuelson Children’s Hospital
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ABC2 – Superheroes Swoop into Samuelson Children’s Hospital

BALTIMORE – Superheroes stormed the Samuelson Children’s Hospital at Sinai Wednesday morning for the Lenny “Batman” Robinson Hope for Henry Program kickoff party. The foundation sponsors parties and events, and gives kids with cancer and other serious illnesses gifts tailored to their interests. The program was founded in 2003 in honor of Henry Strongin, who...

People Magazine: D.C. Mom Whose Son Died of a Rare Disease Brings Joy to Other Sick Children – ‘It’s About Making the Most of Every Single Day’
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People Magazine: D.C. Mom Whose Son Died of a Rare Disease Brings Joy to Other Sick Children – ‘It’s About Making the Most of Every Single Day’

One year after losing their son Henry to a rare genetic disease, Laurie Strongin and her husband, Allen Goldberg, spent what would have been their son’s eighth birthday coming up with a plan to carry on his remarkable spirit. “We had been thinking about what we were going to do on that day, given that...

Q&A in FedPulse: Tom Anderson, SAIC Vice President of Health Services, On the Value of Doing Good Things In Your Community
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Q&A in FedPulse: Tom Anderson, SAIC Vice President of Health Services, On the Value of Doing Good Things In Your Community

Tom Anderson, Science Applications International Corp. (SAIC) vice president of health services, and chairman of Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association (AFCEA) Bethesda Chapter’s “A Night for the Children” gala, is a firm believer in the importance of corporate philanthropy. FedPulse sat down with Tom to discuss the value of giving, and why he and SAIC chose...

Bowling for – and Hope for Henry (Georgetowner)
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Bowling for – and Hope for Henry (Georgetowner)

Hope for Henry—a non-profit set up to offer children with cancer a more normal living situation (with fun and games, too) at Children’s National Medical Center and MedStar Georgetown University Hospital—held a Oct. 27 bowling benefit at Pinstripes on Wisconsin Avenue. Along with VIPs and the Georgetown Cupcake sisters, newcomer Sid Mashburn pitched in, too—and...