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Toy Drive Raises Funds and Holiday Spirit

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Keeping their annual tradition, David and Christine Indursky of Freehold opened their home again this year to host a successful toy drive for patients at K. Hovnanian Children’s Hospital. The reception brought in an overwhelming amount of toys for children of all ages, along with a healthy dose of holiday spirit. Giving back was the priority and, in addition to toys, guests made monetary donations, purchasing specific hospital needs from a “Giving Tree” during the event. The Giving Tree portion of the event brought in close to $13,000, more than double the amount from the year before.


Soccer Club Kicks Up Support

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For the second year in a row, generous coaches, parents and players from the Toms River Independent Club (TRIC) soccer organization made the holiday season just a little bit brighter for patients and families at K. Hovnanian Children’s Hospital. The club collected art supplies, toys and DVDs to benefit our youngest patients.




Part of Our History, Supporting Our Future...

Thank you to the James F. Ackerman Federation for continuing their loyal philanthropic investment with a significant contribution to critical care services at K. Hovnanian Children’s Hospital. Over the years, the Federation has supported countless initiatives to benefit patients of all ages at Jersey Shore University Medical Center and K. Hovnanian Children’s Hospital. We sincerely thank the Federation and its membership for being everyday heroes, making the health of our youngest patients their mission. 

For more information about this generous auxiliary, call 732-776-2935.

 hov and miracle maryMrs. Emily Hovnanian and Mary Catherine Mulvaney. Born at just 29 weeks gestation and weighing in at 1 pound 12 ½ ounces, Mary Catherine was called “Miracle Mary” by the nurses in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU). Four years later, Mary Catherine’s parents, Kelly and John, are the proud parents of two incredible children (a new baby boy born this year) and Mary Catherine is a healthy, happy child who loves to dance and play. The care she received at K. Hovnanian Children’s Hospital was the reason that her grandparents, Eugene and Judy Mulvaney, made a gift to The Next Step campaign for the expansion of a second acute care in-patient floor.



large hov groupThe Hovnanian family.




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Charlie the therapy dog delights a young patient at K. Hovnanian Children’s Hospital, keeping spirits high during hospital stays.