102nd Dinner

On Sunday April 27th, smiling faces and warm hearts prevailed over the cool and dreary outdoor elements at the DCR Chestnut Hill Reservoir as the 2nd Annual "Walk For ROFEH" raised awareness and funds to benefit the over 1,000 people in need a year who come through ROFEH seeking complex medical treatment at one of Boston's most prestigious medical centers.

ROFEH International, a non profit 501 c 3 Humanitarian Project located in Brookline, provides patients & families from around the world, throughout the US and in our local communities with life saving support services including: Housing, Transportation to and from hospitals, doctor appointments, airport, bus & train stations, Kosher Meals, Respite Care, Interpreting & Babysitting; all at no cost.

This year's walkathon featured teams from various hospitals, schools Temples, Synagogues & Shuls.

ROFEH recognizes and congratulates the walkathon's top individual fundraiser Sam Kampler, a student at Solomon  Schechter Day School in Newton and the top fundraising Team "Nam Nation"; The New Ashkenaz Minyan in Brighton.

ROFEH sends along along it's thanks and appreciation to this year's Corporate Sponsors:

St.Elizabeth's Medical Center, The New England Patriots Charitable Foundation, Brookline Bank, Body Scapes Fitness, New England Ear Nose & Throat, Costco, Polar Beverages, Commercial Cleaning Service in Allston, The Butcherie Brookline, Rosenfeld's Bakery Newton, Kupel's Bakery Brookline, Cheryl Ann Bakery Brookline, Cape Cod Chips & Classic Realty Brookline.

Although the physical walk has been completed, donations are always welcome by clicking DONATE above.

For additional info contact Mike Hirsh, Director Programming & Volunteer Services at 617 566 1900 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

 

 

 

 

Westin Waltham Hotel
70 Third Avenue
Waltham, Massachusetts

Sunday, November 12
23 Cheshvan 5778

5:30pm Reception
6:30pm Dinner

Honorees

Dr. Shmuel Ravid
ROFEH international Award

Dr. Salomon Amar
Grand Rabbi Levi Yitzchak Horowitz Legacy Award

Miriam Modricamin
Volunteer of the Year

Letter of Appreciation...

Although we were familiar with the reputation your organization has for extending remarkable hospitality, it was quite another matter experiencing it personally. As I’m sure you’ve been told countless times, your clean, comfortable and well maintained apartments really relieve some of the str...

a ROFEH Family
Nov 2004

Did you know?

ROFEH coordinates complex medical care for illnesses such as:

cardiology, cleft lip & palate, GI, renal reflux / hydronephrosis, glaucoma, Erb's palsy, neurology autonomic dysfunction, Moebius syndrome, Ebstein's anomoly, hip dislocation, MS, congenital imangioma, Parkinson's, retinoblastoma, synovial chondromatosis, brain tumors, orthopedics ...