Where Does Your Money Go?

See where your money went in 2020.

Whether it’s helping to pay for new lifesaving technology, equipment to make our patients more comfortable or programs to educate families, your donations to WMCHealth are greatly appreciated. Here’s a sample of just some of the important items that your contributions helped to provide in 2020 to enhance community health.



Post COVID-19 Recovery Program »

Vital Programming

Donor Milk Bank »
Child Life & Arts Therapy »
Heart & Vascular »


NICU/Giraffe Beds »
Oncology/Infusion Center »
Cystic Fibrosis Respiratory Assistance »

Focus on Philanthropy

Entrepreneur & Philanthropist: Ben Katzenstein

“I try to help people who help other people. Being able to give has been one of my lifelong goals.”

— Donor Ben Katzenstein, President of Star Kay White, whose granddaughter Amelia was cared for at WMCHealth

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Community Dollars at Work: Advancing Care Here.

See how philanthropy impacts our network.

The Priceless Value of Local Healthcare

“Excellent local healthcare is priceless,” said Kim Corkum. “Because when you need it, you need it.”

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Ready to Dance Again

Zechia Mickler has a smile that can light up a room, but severe leg pain sidelined the dancing and music-loving 11-year-old …

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Good Samaritan Hospital Patient Treated for Kidney Ailment During COVID-19 Pandemic 

As the pandemic began to spread at an alarming rate in March 2020, Howard Krulik was admitted to the Intensive Care Unit …

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Weight Loss Surgery Patient Starts New Life with Help from Bon Secours Community Hospital

Francis “Chip” Estenes, 49, weighed 425 pounds in 2016 when he made the decision to undergo bariatric weight-loss surgery …

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Retired Monroe Residents Finds Help for Irregular Heart Beat at Good Samaritan

Having spent 21 years in the fast-paced world of retail sales, Linda Brancato didn’t think anything was amiss when she …

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COVID-19 Long Hauler Patients Find Help at Westchester Medical Center

As New York faced the frightening initial wave of COVID-19 infection and illness in March 2020, Elmsford resident Adell Davis …

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