Virtual Bite of Hope

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Pediatric Diabetes Program

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Virtual Bite of Hope

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About My Campaign

Help us make this year’s Bite of Hope our most successful yet with a gift to benefit the Pediatric Diabetes Center at NYU Winthrop Hospital.

While in-person events are still on hold, we’re turning this beloved evening into an online fundraiser for 2020. We hope that you will consider supporting the Pediatric Diabetes Center’s life-changing programs, including:

  • Psychosocial services to help children of all ages cope with chronic illness.
  • Educational programs to give kids and families the confidence to understand and manage diabetes.
  • Support groups and social work services to provide children and teens safe spaces to share feelings and connect with peers who understand. 

Make your gift by December 7 to be part of Bite of Hope!

Want to make an even bigger impact? You can create your own customizable campaign by contacting Lori Benzoni directly at the email below. This will enable you to rally your friends and family in support of the Pediatric Diabetes Center.

For more information, contact Lori Benzoni at 516-663-2112 or 

We look forward to a time when we may all gather together again. In this extraordinary time, we thank you in advance for your support! 

Sheila Dennehy, RN, MSN, CDCES

Manager, Pediatric Diabetes Center

Lori Benzoni, MPH

Program and Event Specialist

Department of Pediatrics  


This campaign supports: Winthrop Pediatric Diabetes Program


Thank you for all you do!!
The services that you provide have been invaluable to our daughter and family. Thank you from the bottom of our hearts.
Keep up the great work! We love you! Ann, Karena, Maximilian, Sundra & Aurora.
Thank you for always being there for my Jesse !

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