RMG CEO Kris Ruby to Emcee The March of Dimes Signature Chefs Auction at Westchester Country Club

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On Wednesday, September 17th at Westchester Country Club, top chefs will offer Westchester diners an opportunity to enjoy a great night out while raising funds, making friends and increasing awareness of the March of Dimes mission to improve the health of babies.

In addition to sampling signature dishes, guests will be able to bid on many unique auction items graciously donated by Westchester businesses.

“Yonkers Contracting Company, Inc. is thrilled to partner for a second year with the March of Dimes on the Signature Chefs Auction,” said Greg Petrillo, Event Chair, Vice President of Yonkers Contracting Company, Inc. “The goal of the March of Dimes is for every baby to be born healthy and does a myriad of things to ensure EVERY baby has the best chance possible to be born healthy and to thrive. Four million babies are born healthy, thanks in part to March of Dimes educational materials and programs, advocacy, and awareness campaigns”.

Emceeing the event this year are Kris Ruby, Ruby Media Group, CEO & FOX News on air commentator and Jeremy Schaap, Commentator, Reporter/Host/E:60 Correspondent.

“I am thrilled to Emcee this event for such a worthwhile cause,” said Ruby. “Ruby Media Group has had a long relationship with The March of Dimes and we look forward to helping aid in the cause of increasing awareness of the March of Dimes mission to improve the health of babies globally.”

Generous donations of sponsorships and priceless auction items have include: WFAN, Caesars Entertainment, a Private Wine Cellar including dinner and more.
Funds raised by Signature Chefs Auction support lifesaving research and educational programs right here in Westchester. The March of Dimes currently has $443,817 invested in local research and programs designed to help more women have full-term pregnancies and ultimately, more babies will be born healthy as a result

Premature birth is the most serious infant health problem in the United States today. It affects nearly half a million babies nationwide each year, including 28,124 in New York. Babies born too soon are more likely to die or have lifelong disabilities. The March of Dimes is committed to reversing this trend by funding research to find the causes of premature birth and developing strategies to prevent it. Guests will hear first-hand the impact the March of Dimes has had on the lives of the Kaiden family in Westchester.

The March of Dimes is the leading non profit organization for pregnancy and baby health.  With chapters nationwide, and its premier event, March for Babies, March of Dimes works to improve the health of babies by preventing birth defects, premature birth and infant mortality. More than 4 million babies were born in theUnited States last year and March of Dimes helped each and every one with over 75 years of research, education, vaccines and breakthroughs. For the latest resources and information, visit marchofdimes.com/ny or nacersano.org.  Find us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter.

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