Join Me for a Worthy Cause
As an ENT, I spend most of my time serving and supporting my patients at the Los Angeles Sinus Institute. But providing excellent medical care is just one of the many principles I live by. Another is giving back to individuals and communities in need.
For many years now, I have been an associate board member in an organization known as Our House. Our House is a compassionate community that seeks to provide comfort and support to anyone grieving over the loss of a loved one. Their approach is warm and open, and the team is staffed by a well-trained team of volunteers whose expertise and dedication are simply without peer.
The Our House grief education program is used to guide rising physicians and psychologists as well, and its lessons have been integrated into the curricula at sterling institutions such as USC’s Keck School of Medicine, UCLA’s David Geffen School of Medicine, and the American Jewish University. Our House offers grief support groups to low-income and at-risk schools across the region, and they run an annual Grief Camp each summer. Over fifteen years, Our House has helped literally thousands of children, teens, and adults as they navigate the most trying events in their lives. I cannot imagine a more worthy cause.
Our House is hosting a fundraising event on June 23rd of this year: the 3rd Annual Night of Hope. The goal is to raise money and awareness by throwing an entertaining night for young professionals. It should be a lively mixer, as always.
I urge you to join me in supporting this charity event – either in person, or by making a donation. Thanks.