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St. Joseph’s Health Foundation nets more than $173,000 at annual golf tournament

By Journal Staff


St. Joseph’s Health president and CEO, Kathryn Ruscitto (left), accepts check to benefit St. Joseph’s Breast Care and Surgery program. Photo courtesy of St. Joseph’s Health.

SYRACUSE, N.Y. — St. Joseph’s Health Foundation recently announced that it raised a net of more than $173,000 at its annual golf classic, held Sept. 9 at the Turning Stone Resort Casino in Verona.

St. Joseph’s Health Foundation, incorporated in 1976, raises money for St. Joseph’s Health’s network of health-care services. 

Kathryn Ruscitto, St. Joseph’s Health president and CEO, accepted a check of $173,727 at the golf tournament to benefit the St. Joseph’s Breast Care and Surgery program.

The presenting sponsor of the golf tournament was Franciscan Companies, an affiliate of St. Joseph’s Health.

“We are very grateful to our generous and loyal supporters of this event each year. Particularly our presenting sponsor, Franciscan Companies and the many volunteers who come out year after year,” Vincent Kuss, VP of development at St. Joseph’s Health, said in a news release.

St. Joseph’s Health is a nonprofit regional health-care system based in Syracuse, providing services to patients throughout Central New York and northern Pennsylvania. St. Joseph’s Health is affiliated with Franciscan Companies and St. Joseph’s Physicians and is a part of Trinity Health.

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