FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. (Sept 4) – Community leaders in Broward County got caught on the wrong side of the law for the right cause in support of Trustbridge Hospice Foundation. On Thursday, August 23, executives from various organizations were taken into custody and bailed out by the community.
The jailbirds called upon friends to help them secure their $2,500 bail and then gathered at Stache Drinking Den + Coffee Bar to celebrate their release. The event raised over $26,000 to support the important hospice programs Trustbridge provides to the community, which are above and beyond traditional hospice services: grief services for children and adults, camps for children, music therapy, pet therapy and extraordinary comfort.
Local executives who got locked up for good include: Jennifer Jacobs of Sunshine Health; Kelly Lane of Memorial Healthcare System; Jessica Lerner of Community Care Plan; Josh Sheradsky of BB&T; Gail Silver of Value Care at Home; Craig Tanner of Print Basics; Meredith Tucker of Kaufman Rossin and Valerie Vitale of Trustbridge Hospice Foundation.
“We are incredibly grateful for the support of the Broward County Community,” said Greg Leach, President of Trustbridge Hospice Foundation. “Their generosity ensures Trustbridge can continue to offer services that are vital to our patients and families.”
Sponsors include Aetna, BB&T, Stache Drinking Den + Coffee Bar, Sterling Search and Consulting and Sunshine Health.