Thank You to Our 2024 RVNAhealth Spring Breakfast Supporters

Pictured: Theresa Santoro, President and CEO of RVNAhealth, with (left to right) New Milford Mayor Pete Bass, Roxbury First Selectman Patrick Roy, Bethel First Selectman Dan Carter, TS, Danbury Mayor Roberto Alves, Ridgefield First Selectman Rudy Marconi, and Newtown First Selectman Jeff Capeci.

The Amber Room Colonnade was filled with energy and enthusiasm when RVNAhealth hosted more than 400 guests bright and early in the morning on Friday, April 26 for our Annual Spring Breakfast. Each year, our Spring Breakfast event raises critical funds to support nursing, rehabilitation and hospice care in the home, as well as our mission-driven community programs like Well-Child Clinics for uninsured children, Chronic Care for vulnerable elderly or disabled individuals, and the Nurse Family Partnership. The event was a record breaker in attendance for RVNAhealth as business partners, health care professionals, civic leaders, donors and friends came together over breakfast to learn about the breadth of RVNAhealth services and their impact across 35+ communities in the area.

Impact Speaker, Anne Mead, Ed. D., Director of Family, School, and Community Partnerships for the Danbury Public Schools, spoke about the profound impact of the RVNAhealth Well Child Clinics in the Danbury Schools, helping vulnerable families and students access the vaccinations and routine health care needed to attend school. This valuable community service is one of many ways in which RVNAhealth upholds its commitment to deliver unmatched, compassionate healthcare when and where it is needed.

RVNAhealth is grateful to our Spring Breakfast Sponsors, Table Hosts, and many guests who supported our important work last Friday morning, buying raffle tickets, tipping their hosts, and bidding on auction items, too!

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