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“Children’s Fundraising More than Doubles Since 2011”

Article Featured in the Three Village Patch, May 13, 2013

When Patch checked in with the team behind fundraising for Stony Brook Long Island Children’s Hospital in October of 2011, pledges and donations had reached nearly $4 million.

Now, about a year-and-a-half later, more than double that amount has been raised through gifts and pledges: $8,040,943. 

The goal is to raise $25 million for the new facility, which could break ground in late 2013 or early 2014, according to Dexter A. Bailey Jr., Vice President of University Advancement and Executive Director of the Stony Brook Foundation. More. 


It’s “Don’t Fry Day” with the Long Island Ducks

Stony Brook Children’s is sponsoring Friday, May 24 as “Don’t Fry Day” at the Long Island Ducks game to raise awareness about skin cancer and sun safety. 

Join us and get a discounted ticket rate. Ask to be seated in the Stony Brook Children’s section (while seats last)!

Just complete the order form and fax or email it directly to The Ducks. 

Hope to see you there!

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