Letter: Zarembka Foundation offers thanks for support

Posted 1/2/20

To the editor:The Lauren Zarembka Memorial Foundation would like to thank all those who donated to this year’s Holiday Family Adoption Campaign. Through your generosity, we came close to …

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Letter: Zarembka Foundation offers thanks for support

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To the editor:
The Lauren Zarembka Memorial Foundation would like to thank all those who donated to this year’s Holiday Family Adoption Campaign. Through your generosity, we came close to reaching our goal which allowed us to increase the number of families we adopt annually in partnership with The Tomorrow Fund.
Knowing firsthand the challenges families face when coping with pediatric cancer, the foundation is proud to be able to lend our support during the holiday season. The Lauren Zarembka Memorial Foundation is in its 12th year and through its work, Lauren's heart truly does go on.
While the holidays have come and gone, it’s not too late to help us reach the foundation’s goal. If you have the desire to help, contributions are accepted year round and can be mailed to: Lauren Zarembka Memorial Foundation, P.O. Box 154544, Riverside, RI, 02915.
From all of us at the Lauren Zarembka Memorial Foundation, we wish you a Happy, Healthy and Peaceful New Year!
Bruce R. Zarembka
Riverside

The Lauren Zarembka Memorial Foundation is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing scholarships to assist graduating and continuing students whose studies will be in the disciplines of medicine, music/theater and culinary arts, while also providing funding for families battling pediatric cancer from Rhode Island and Southeastern Massachusetts through the Tomorrow Fund at Hasbro Children’s Hospital.  Additionally, the foundation supports local music/theater groups on an annual basis. Please visit our Facebook Page; Lauren Zarembka Memorial Foundation.

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