Maine – Eighty-thousand dollars. I’ll just give you a second to let that sink in. And maybe I can find the words to express our gratitude. Because that’s how much money was raised in a single day for the New York Presbyterian’s Perinatology Fund. EIGHTY-THOUSAND DOLLARS. That’s a lot of money and it’s going to do a lot of good for babies just like my precious nephew, Jack.
We are so deeply moved. Thank you.
Many of you have asked how Tim and Kelsey are doing. What a strong and loving couple. They are hopeful about the future and proud of their son’s impact on so many lives.
2015 continues to be a powerful year for our family. I’ll share more about that as this gorgeous Autumn rolls on. But I’ll tell you this right now –– When we gather around the Thanksgiving table next month to think about gratitude, I’ll think about all of you.
If you are just logging onto my blog for the first time or just seeing this story for the first time, I hope you’ll take a second to meet our miracle by reading my first post about Baby Jack. It’s not too late to be a part of an effort to support the babies in the NICU right now.
There are two easy ways to give:
Good Ole Fashioned Check:
Make it payable to New York-Presbyterian Fund Inc. and ON THE MEMO LINE OF YOUR CHECK – indicate “Jack Crowley for Perinatology Fund” and mail to
New York-Presbyterian Hospital
525 East 68th Street
New York, New York 10065
The online portal is easy to navigate. There are only two areas that require information beyond your contact and payment information. On the personal information page, it says “Organization (if any)”. In that field please paste: “Jack Crowley – Hundred Hole Hike”. And then at the bottom of that page before you hit next, it asks how you would like your gift allocated. Please click other and paste: Perinatology Fund – NICU at the Weill Cornell Campus
The development office at NYP is aware and excited about our initiatives and as such you need not fill out the section for “In honor of” or “In memory of” as they have all of that information compiled on their end. Thank you.