A special thank you to Atalie’s Hope Foundation

We wanted to take a moment to thank Atalie’s Hope Foundation for their very generous donation. Scott Inguagiato and his fiancé Atalie Bernic both went to High School with Kerrie. Scott reached out to us recently letting us know that they wanted to make a donation to Kerrie’s family in honor of Atalie who had passed away from Breast Cancer in 2012.

Atalie’s Hope is a non-profit foundation in Atalie’s name dedicated to helping the children of women who are currently battling or have lost their fight with cancer. It is their goal to raise awareness of the impact a mother’s struggle has on a child which can unfortunately be overlooked during such a trying time.

Thank you to Scott and Nada (Atalie’s mother and president of Atalie’s Hope) for their very generous donation.

Send a Message to Kerrie

You can help Kerrie's recovery. A simple message (a video, audio or email) can help Kerrie's brain rebuild connections. Even the shortest little clip can make a difference. Need a few suggestions? Shoot a video at your family dinner table of everyone saying 'hello'. If you're commuting home on the train perhaps a quick video reminding Kerrie of those commutes into the city. Be creative and fun. Send your messages to

Stop By to Say Hello

Even the briefest of visits can make a huge difference. If you're in the area, please consider stopping by to say hello in person. The staff at The Ridgewood Center are wonderful and will guide you to Kerrie's room. If you would like more info on what to expect during your visit, please contact us. The Ridgewood Center is located conveniently off of Route 17. Just a few minutes off the Garden State.

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One Response to “A special thank you to Atalie’s Hope Foundation”

  1. Claire Prettitore June 29, 2015 at 8:48 pm

    Thank you all for your gift to Kerrie and the Prettitore family.

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