Food for Thought

Save the date for the 24th annual Food for Thought dinner, which celebrates the successes of our pediatric programs and raises crticial funds to ensure we continue to meet the increasing need of Boston's childrens and families.

The Grow Clinic for Children utilizes a unique multidisciplinary approach, designed to aggressively target malnutrition and Failure to Thrive. Food for Thought also provides critical support to a host of vitally important Grow Clinic Partner Programs such as the Food Pantry and Demonstration Kitchen, Child Witness to Violence Project and the Autism Program. These programs are essential to the well-being of our pateints and are only possible through philanthropy. 

Please contact Brenna Downing at 617.414.5577 or brenna.downing@bmc.org with any questions.

2016 Food for Thought Committee

Neal Balkowitsch and Donald Nelson
Monique and Jonathan Bamel
Joan and Steve Belkin
Anne and Greg Benning
Patricia and Peter Bishop
Lauren and Michael Bogart
Marjorie Clapprood and Christopher Spinazzola
Randi and Joel Cutler
Ted Cutler
Susan and Paul Donahue
Joanne and Paul Egerman
Rachael Goldfarb
Jill Greenberg
Ashley and Bruce Jacobs
Azra and Fiyaz Kanji
Ashley and Wesley Karger
Paul Karger
Cynthia and Jeffrey Leach
Allison and William Mankivsky
Dan Mathieu and Tom Potter
Linda and Joe Matzkin
Wendy and Charles Pierce
Joan Rosenberg
Susan and Bob Schechter
Molly Schoeck
Karen and Robert W. Sweet, Jr.
Ruth and William Weinstein
Mary Wolfson
Mariann and Andy Youniss

The mission of Boston Medical Center is unique and clear: to provide exceptional care without exception to the people of Greater Boston.

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