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November 19, 2013
November 19, 2013, Jersey City, NJ – Hudson Hospice Volunteers, Inc. will hold a fundraiser, “A Night at the Races,” this Friday evening at 6:30 p.m. at Casino-In-The-Park (within Lincoln Park) in Jersey City. At the event, Joseph D. Sansone, Vice President for Development and Assistant to the President at Hudson County Community College, and a Member of the Board of Directors of Hudson Hospice Volunteers — will be honored.
Mr. Sansone joined Hudson County Community College in 2001 and is also the Executive Director of the College’s Foundation. Before coming to the College he held positions in retail banking with First Jersey National Bank (since acquired by NatWest, then by Fleet Bank and most recently Bank of America), and was Vice President of Correspondence and Lost Securities for Chase Mellon Shareholder Services. Having attended Rutgers College at Rutgers University and The American Institute of Banking, Mr. Sansone is a member of the Rotary Club of Jersey City-Daybreak, and the Boards of Trustees of the Pershing Field Babe Ruth League, The National Conference for Community and Justice - NJ Hudson Chapter, and Destination Jersey City. He previously served as a Trustee for the Northeast Jersey Bankers’ Association, a member and President of West Hudson/South Bergen Optimist Club, member and Treasurer of the Pavonia Girl Scout Board of Trustees, member of the Securities Information Center of the SEC Lost Securities Program - New York, Trustee of the Hoboken Salvation Army, and member of the Hoboken Kiwanis Club.
Hudson Hospice Volunteers was established in 1980 to bring the concept of hospice — providing care that focuses on assisting those who are terminally ill with the ability to live what’s left of their lives as fully as possible — to the people of Hudson County. Though Hudson Hospice provides no direct medical or nursing care, it partners with other programs and agencies that do provide direct hospice care and supplements those programs with a variety of volunteer services, and financial assistance when needed. The Auxiliary was started in 1982 and its primary purpose is to raise funds for those hospice families who require financial assistance. The Auxiliary’s members meet once a month to plan and hold four fundraisers each year.
Tickets for this Friday’s “A Night at the Races” fundraiser are $100 per person and may be obtained by contacting Hudson Hospice at 201-433-6225. The event will include a buffet dinner, open bar, dancing, full card of horse racing, and prizes.