In April, we are partnering up with LifeBridge Health to raise funds for healthcare resources in the Greater Baltimore community. All month, if you're ordering in store at our kiosks, you will be able to round up your purchase to the nearest dollar with proceeds to benefit the Herman & Walter Samuelson Children’s Hospital at Sinai from April 1st to April 30th.
“Our THB family lives and works in Greater Baltimore and our guests live here as well, so it only makes sense that the charities we support positively affect the Baltimore community, ” said Tony Scotto, Owner and CEO of THB Bagelry & Deli. “Baltimore is who we are, and LifeBridge Health, like THB, is deeply invested in the health and well- being of our community and our neighbors. We can’t think of a more noble cause than to support the good work that the Samuelson Children’s Hospital does for children in Baltimore.”
THB and LifeBridge Health partnered just last month with a portion of funds raised from THB’s Maryland Day Bagels being donated to the health system’s five hospitals and programs that support patients and the community. During Breast Cancer Awareness Month the past two Octobers, THB donated a portion of proceeds from the sale of its Pink Bagels to LifeBridge Health’s local cancer centers, including the Lapidus Cancer Institute at Sinai Hospital and the Herman & Walter Samuelson Breast Center at Northwest Hospital.
“We are so appreciative to THB for their ongoing partnership and support of LifeBridge Health. The Samuelson Children’s Hospital is a special place that provides family-centered care to thousands of children each year, with services ranging from general pediatric care to specialized cancer treatments. The hospital offers a range of programs to support children facing illness, and community support makes a huge difference for these families,” says Kelly Meltzer, director of central services for LifeBridge Health Corporate Development department.