SibsPlace Auction 2013

  • Proceeds to benefit SIBSPlace - a free support program for well children with a sibling or a parent who has cancer or other devastating illness
  • Attended by nearly 400 community residents, hospital administrators and staff
  • Opportunities available for both Silent and Live Auction

SOUTH NASSAU SPECIAL EVENT

The SIBSPlace Auction

The annual SIBSPlace® Auction is being held in May at the The Seawane Club in Hewlett Harbor. The auction's overall mission is to promote awareness of, and provide financial support for, SIBSPlace programs and services. Proceeds from the event benefit SIBSPlace, a free support program for well children with a sibling or a parent who has cancer or other devastating illness. This annual event is attended by nearly 400 community residents, hospital administrators and staff.

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The SIBSPlace Auction
Saturday May 3, 2014
6:30 - 11:00 p.m.

The Seawane Club - Hewlett Harbor, NY 11557
Click here to see more details.

Click to download the Event Invitation or the RSVP Card.

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SIBSPlace (Survivorship in Brothers and Sisters) is a free prevention and support program of South Nassau Communities Hospital. The program serves children, ages 5-17, who have a brother, sister or parent with cancer or another serious or devastating illness. SIBSPlace provides support and attention to the unique experience and needs of the well children as they face the issues and conflicts related to the illness of their loved one. Resiliency is fostered through peer support and multi-dimensional activities that encourage expression, self-awareness and the development of coping skills. Click to learn more about SIBSPlace.

   

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