Turning Tragedy into Hope

The Altman family honors a legacy of relationships with Einstein through The Steven, Daniel and Douglas Altman Chair of Endocrinology. Read the Altman family's story.

Ray Angelini  

Shall We Dance

When Ray Angelini's wife Lynne suffered brain aneurysm, the South Jersey entrepreneur came up with an innovative and fun way to raise funds to support MossRehab's Drucker Brain Injury Center. Read Angelini's story.

Janet Abrams Bender   

A Mission Sustained

When Janet Abrams Bender and Andy Bender were married in 1996, more than just love and devotion united them. Janet and Andy came from families with long traditions of involvement with Einstein Healthcare Network. Read the Benders'story.

 The Berk Family  

A Family Legacy of Care

Einstein has a rich history of multi-generational families who have contributed to its past successes and continue to play a prominent role in its vision for the future. The Berk family is no exception. Read the Berk family's story.


Gift of Love

Throughout nearly five decades of supporting Einstein and the people it serves, he and his late wife Minerva lived life by sharing whatever they had with family and the community. Read Fred and Minerva Braemer's story.

Joan Garde  

Gift from the Heart

Joan Garde's gift of a “Phantom” ensures accuracy of radiation treatment for Einstein patients with cancer. Read more of Garde's story


Creating a Place to Manage Diabetes

To address the disproportionate number of patients with hyperglycemia/diabetes and to combat the damaging effects of the disease, the Alvin and Mary Bert Gutman founded Einstein's Gutman Diabetes Institute. Read the Gutmans' story.


Vote of Confidence

The Otto Haas Charitable Trust recently established the John Otto Haas Chair of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, selecting distinguished rehabilitation physician Alberto Esquenazi, MD, to serve as the inaugural chair. Read more about the John Otto Haas Chair.


Partnering to Expand Care in Norristown

A generous gift from Nick and Athena Karabots is helping to enhance and expand healthcare services at Einstein Medical Center Montgomery. Read more about the Karabots' story.

Wayne and Kimby Kimmel  

A Chance Encounter

The Kimmels are hopeful they’ve planted the seeds in their children for a multi-generational legacy. Learn more of the Kimmel's story


The Healing Power of Nature

Thanks to a generous gift from The Jane and Leonard Korman Family Foundation, Einstein Medical Center Montgomery now has a peaceful outdoor space to help reduce that stress. Read more about the Jane and Leonard Korman Family Healing Garden.

Ron Kancer  

A Dedicated Einstein Supporter

Ron Krancer's generous long history of support began when he saw how well his friend was cared for at MossRehab. Read Krancer's story.

 Marvin Levitties  

Using His Home to Make an Impact

Marvin Levitties has created an ideal way to make a significant contribution to Einstein, and his children are following suit in supporting the mission. Read about the Levitties family.


Getting Back into the Driver's Seat

A diving accident left David Loeb's body paralyzed, but he used the accident as a way to help others. Read Loeb's story.

 Roland Lucas Jr.  

Training the Medical Assistants

Thanks to the generosity of Ronald Lucas, Jr., the Roland DuBois Lucas, MD, Medical Assistant Clinical Training Program is now open at Einstein's Family Medicine/Internal Medicine Office in Germantown. Read about the Lucas family.

 Claudia Pohorilenko  

A Champion for Breast Cancer Patients

Claudia Pohorilenko is working to ensure that all breast cancer patients have access to the same care and information that benefitted her mother. Read Claudia's story.

 Alice and Herb Sachs  

A Conservatory for Healing

Thanks to the vision of Alice and Herbert Sachs, MossRehab has a dedicated space to grow its horticultural therapy program. Read the Sachs' story.

Scheer Family  

An Outdoor Dining Oasis

The Betsy and Richard Sheerr Patio at Einstein Medical Center Montgomery provides an alternative, fresh-air location for staff and visitors to congregate or share a meal. Read more about the Sheerr Patio.

 Robert and Ronnie Somers  

Lifelong Connection to Philanthropy

Robert and Ronnie Somers have dedicated a lifetime of service and volunteerism on behalf of Einstein. Read the Somers' story.

Auxiliary members in front of Strickland columns     

Grace Begets Strength

The beautiful and iconic Strickland Columns revived as a symbol of endurance through time. Read how the historic columns regained their home.

 Paul A. Tanker  

Honoring a Life Dedicated

The children of Paul A. Tanker remember their father's giving spirit. Read about the Tanker family

 Lois Victor  

An Activist in Genetics Testing

Lois B. Victor was drawn into becoming a health activist after losing two daughters to a genetic disease prevalent among Ashkenazi Jews. Read Lois' story. 





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