Hundreds Attend BBQ for The Foundling’s DD Division

On August 19, The Foundling’s Developmental Disabilities Division hosted its 2nd Annual Friends and Family BBQ at Glen Island Park in New Rochelle. The event was attended by nearly 500 guests, including residents from our Intermediate Care Facility, our Independent Residential Alternative program, our Transition to Adulthood program, as well as Foundling staff, family members and friends. Hot dogs, hamburgers, and kabobs were on the grill throughout the day and an action packed game of volley ball took place in the afternoon.


“We could not have asked for a better day! It’s not often that we can all get together and celebrate and enjoy the community we have created,” said Liz Sunners, Vice President, Developmental Disabilities Division at The Foundling.

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