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CareOne Announces Second Annual Summer of Sharing Charitable Giving Program

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CareOne is delighted to announce the launch of its philanthropic initiative, Summer of Sharing, for the second year in a row!

Summer of Sharing is CareOne’s company-wide charitable giving program aimed at supporting numerous social causes benefiting the communities that CareOne serves. Each of CareOne’s 60+ buildings in the northeast have selected a local charity for which they will raise funds throughout the summer. Among the organizations CareOne will support this year include:

Steps Together

PALS- Parsippany Police Athletic League

American Legion Post 21 Cresskill

Daisy Rec Camp

Imagine A Center for Coping with Loss

Livingston Neighbors Helping Neighbors

Camden County Animal Welfare Association

Pawsitively 4 Pink

Middletown Helps its Own

Mobile Meals of Hamilton Township

Women In Transition

The Frances Foundation

Heading Home inc.

Paramus Board of Education

Team Noah Foundation

Wilmington Food Pantry

Criolas Contra Cancer

Fulfill Food Bank Monmouth County

Springfield Carnival Association (Caribbean American African Athletic Social Club)

Weymouth Food Pantry

Massachusetts Alzheimer’s Association

American Diabetes Association

Southbury Needy Fund

MA Brain Injury Association

Top Dog Therapy

Randall’s Rescue

Meals on Wheels North Jersey

American Legion post

Gilda’s Club Grand Rapids

From We Can’t to We Can

Friendship Circle

At the core of CareOne’s values, Summer of Sharing reinforces the integrated health network’s commitment to compassionate care and community. CareOne’s involvement in its local communities, coupled with its personal affiliations with the causes it cherishes, has helped drive meaningful impact. Beyond this, the Summer of Sharing initiative has fostered a culture of giving, inspiring others to help those in need.

“A cornerstone of CareOne’s success lies in our teammates who provide exceptional care, both inside and outside of our facilities,” said CareOne CEO Daniel Straus. “The $60,000 raised last summer was invested directly back into the communities we are proud to call home. This year’s goal of $75,000 is aimed at extending that impact to create lasting and positive change.”

The program will run from June 1st to August 31st. CareOne will document fundraising progress and share ways for communities, employees, patients and family members to lend support throughout the summer!

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