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Kick- off event held for Hospice Jail & Bail in support of Trustbridge Hospice Foundation

 PALM BEACH GARDENS, Fla. (May 30) – Community leaders in Palm Beach County are getting on the wrong side of the law for the right cause in support of Trustbridge Hospice Foundation.  On Thursday, May 23, local leaders from various organizations gathered at Yard House and were taken into custody, received their bail hearing and began raising money, in hopes of getting bailed out by the community.

The jailbirds will have 3 months to call upon friends and supporters to help them secure their bail of $2500.00.  All bail money will 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.

A ‘Release Party’ will be held on August 21 at FITTEAM Ball Park of the Palm Beaches from 5:30PM – 7:00PM. Event invitations will be extended to those who contribute $100 or more to the corporate leaders’ bail.

Our current jailbirds include: Dari Bowman, Trustbridge Hospice Foundation Board Member, John Carr of Venture Construction Group, Mike Pumo of WPEC CBS12, Philip Reagan of J.P. Morgan, Dominique Renaud of Trustbridge, Peter Sachs of Jones Foster, Johnson & Stubbs, P.A., David Schultz of Lytal, Reiter, Smith, Ivey & Fronrath P.A, Josh Sheradsky of BB&T, Susan Smith of Trustbridge Hospice Foundation and Beth Walton of Palm Beach United Way.

Sponsors of the event include Presenting “Warden” sponsor BB&T and “Assistant Warden” sponsor Steinger, Greene & Feiner P.A.

“We are honored to be the Warden Sponsor for this Inaugural event and our goal is to have 20 jailbirds participate in this event.” said Jason Aube, BB&T Palm Beach County Market President and event Chairperson. “We truly believe in the programs and services that Trustbridge provides and are excited to be give back to them and our community.”

To participate in or become a sponsor of Hospice Jail & Bail Palm Beach County, please contact Susan Smith at (561) 352-5063 or  To donate please visit