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Hadassah Happenings: The Elinor Bloom Marshall Award – Donate and Celebrate

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The Elinor Bloom Marshall Humanitarian Award celebration honoring Ann Eisenberg will be held Sunday, Oct. 10 at 5 p.m. While the ceremony will be Virtual, it will still be special and spectacular to celebrate Ann.

The largest fundraiser for Hadassah Richmond will raise resources for the Neurology Department at Hadassah Hospitals. Trials, research and medical breakthroughs in ALS, Parkinson’s Disease, Alzheimer’s and other neurological disorders are being conducted there and your contribution will go a long way toward finding treatments and cures.

The event registration is $36. However, all donations above that amount are tax-deductible and will help us to our $70,000 goal. Join our first Innovator level donors, Leslie and Howard Baron and Richard Murad in giving generously.

Giving levels start at $100, and all donors contributing above $1,000 will be invited to a special pre-event with Ann. Read more about the donor incentives, make your donation, and register for the event by visiting: https://hadassahsupersouth.org/EBM. Donations can be made by check or credit card.

NOTE:  If you donate more than $36, you are automatically registered, and you will be sent the link closer to the event. A formal invitation will be sent out this fall.

The celebration will be much more than your typical virtual experience. Professionally produced by Power Up Video, the event will engage and entertain like no other virtual occasion! It will combine entertainment, tributes and some terrific surprises to create Ann’s great story.

Ann’s dedication and passion for Hadassah and the many other organizations she has served make her truly deserving of this award and a genuine humanitarian.

If you have any questions or need more information, please feel free to contact Leslie Baron, Hadassah Richmond president, at (804)-305-7695 or bubbielou57@gmail.com.

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