The Rock & Roll for Children Foundation (RRFC) recently presented a gift of $50,000 to The Children’s Inn at the National Institutes of Health (NIH) in support of the organization that houses seriously ill children undergoing treatment at the medical center, as well as their families. Pictured (left to right) are: Jon Belinkie, co-founder of RRCF; Gerald Goldman, RRFC Board Member; Scott Rabin, Regional Manager, EDGE Commercial Real Estate and RRFC Board Member; Jennie Lucca, Chief Executive Officer, The Children’s Inn at NIH; Anne Mandeville, Director of Development and Strategic Partnerships, The Children’s Inn at NIH; Mike Nakamora, RRFC Board Member and Zilly, the Inn’s therapy dog.The donation was made possible from proceeds generated from the recent charity concert held at the Fillmore Silver Spring, a fundraiser that is organized annually.
“Providing a comfortable and nurturing environment for children undergoing treatment at NIH is essential to the well-being of the individual and their family, and we express our sincere gratitude to everyone that participated in this concert to make this donation possible,” explained Scott Rabin, Regional Manager at EDGE Commercial Real Estate and a member of the Board of Directors for The Rock & Roll for Children Foundation. “Support of The Children’s Inn is a year-long exercise, and we encourage the continued support of his remarkable group that makes a positive difference for many on a daily basis.”
EDGE Commercial Real Estate is a corporate sponsor of The Rock & Roll for Children Foundation. The commercial real estate firm provides a full complement of advisory, leasing, investment sales and management services to clients with real estate holdings throughout the Washington, D.C., Maryland and Northern Virginia marketplace.www.edgecre.com.