A Snow Cone Stand Nets $1,100 to Fight COVID-19

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Roberto Muñiz Thanks the Cohen Sisters

HIGHLAND PARK, NJ - Three Highland Park sisters donated more than $1,100 to Parker Health Group, a nonprofit New Jersey-based aging services organization in the borough, to provide PPE for its nursing home staff.  Sophia, Olivia and Gabriella Cohen raised the funds by selling snow cones at their stand and setting up a Go Fund Me page for donations. Parker President & CEO Roberto Muñiz and staff recently met with the girls and their family to accept this generous donation.

“It is so admirable to see such caring young ladies,” Muñiz wrote, in a letter of gratitude. “You fill me with such hope for the future generations. I know your kindness is appreciated by our staff and all those residents we serve in our nursing homes and in our assisted living. We will use your donation to purchase the necessary PPE to help keep our employees and residents safe.”