Debbie Goldman

Debbie joined the Maurer Foundation as Development Manager after a 20 year career working as an independent consultant providing fundraising, event planning and membership management services to not-profits, primarily in the health care arena. She views working at the foundation as an excellent opportunity to combine her education in nutritional sciences and health care administration with the work she has been doing more recently as an event planner and working with volunteers. In her spare time she enjoys calligraphy and spending time with her husband and two daughters.

Bikers Raise Awareness To Fight Breast Cancer: The Maurer Foundation for Breast Health Education Fifth Annual Motorcycle Ride

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE BABYLON, NY— The Maurer Foundation hosted their fifth Annual Motorcycle Ride on Long Island on Saturday, September 29th. More than 70 bikes revved up at the Oak Beach Inn (OBI) and enjoyed a scenic ride to The Maples in Manorville, NY. This year’s event drew more bikers than ever before, raising over [...]

The Maurer Foundation For Breast Health Education Awarded a Grant of $20,000, Thanks to Senator Carl L. Marcellino

For Immediate Release Melville, NY, August 2018 – The Maurer Foundation, a non-profit organization, recently received a legislative grant of $20,000 in support of their mission to save lives. Senator Carl L. Marcellino of the 5th District was instrumental in helping to secure this grant. The funds will be used to maintain and expand The [...]

A Successful 15th Anniversary for LI2Day!

The Maurer Foundation proudly put one foot in front of the other joining LI2Day to raise funds and awareness for breast cancer on June 9, 2018. Celebrating the 15th year of the movement, LI2Day’s mission of raising money that stays on Long Island drew hundreds of walkers, volunteers, supporters, and breast cancer survivors for a [...]

Pink Bowl Raises Almost $12,000 For Breast Health Education

Melville, NY, March 19, 2018: The Maurer Foundation was proud to host 90 bowlers for their annual Pink Bowl event, which raised almost $12,000 for breast health education here on Long Island. The 9th annual bowling fundraiser was held on Thursday, March 15, 2018 at Bowlmor Lanes in Melville. The event was sponsored by Sperry [...]

Jodee Sarisky, One of Our Dedicated Volunteers, Interviewed by The Westbury Times

Jodee came aboard as a Maurer Foundation volunteer when she enthusiastically joined our Golf Committee in the fall of 2016. We are proud to have Jodee as a member of this committee and are thankful for all of her work behind the scenes on many of our special events. Jodee’s motivation stems from her desire [...]

Champions for Charity 2017 – Holiday Shopping Success!

A big thank you to all of our friends and supporters who joined us at our Champions for Charity kick-off event on November 30, 2017 at Ralph Lauren in Americana Manhasset. Guests enjoyed cocktails and hors d’oeuvres, shared season’s greetings and jump-started their holiday shopping. Over 80 participating stores at Americana Manhasset and Wheatley Plaza [...]

Partners Help Bring Awareness to Breast Health During October

Our Maurer Foundation partners went the extra mile this October and hosted a wide variety of unique events across Long Island to raise funds to support our breast health education programs. In celebration of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Huntington Honda once again donated $10 for every vehicle test driven at their showroom. Dan and all the irresistible [...]

Bikers Raise over $10,000 To Fight Breast Cancer

The Maurer Foundation for Breast Health Education’s Fourth Annual Motorcycle Ride OCEANSIDE, NY—The Maurer Foundation hosted their fourth Annual Motorcycle Ride on Long Island on Saturday, August 12th. Sponsored by Herber Plumbing & Heating, bikers enjoyed 75 miles of scenic riding from Oceanside to Riverhead, despite the gloomy weather. This event was started by The [...]

Another Great Year Participating in the 14th Annual LI2Day Walk!

The Maurer Foundation was thrilled to once again partner with LI2Day to raise awareness and funds for breast cancer right here on Long Island. Walkers, volunteers, supporters, and breast cancer survivors converged on Smith Point Park in Shirley on June 10th, 2017 to participate in a day celebrating those who have battled breast cancer or [...]

Why I am walking in the LI2DayWalk

Why am I walking at the LI2Day Walk on June 10th? I am walking in honor of my mom who was diagnosed over a quarter of a century ago. I still remember my dad driving her every day for weeks from their home in Nassau County to Manhattan for her radiation treatment. The thought of her [...]