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EmployeeGiving

Thank you for considering a gift to the AtlantiCare Foundation and to making a moment matter. Our 2018 AtlantiCare & Me Employee Giving Campaign will run from May 7 through June 2 and is designed to support the programs and offerings of AtlantiCare where additional resources are needed to continue or enhance services. Below are some stories from other AtlantiCare employees and why they choose to give. Giving is easy and is encouraged through payroll deduction. Click the link below to enroll for bi-weekly payroll deduction. Deductions will begin with the first pay in July, 2018.

 

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AtlantiCare Employees Gave Because...

Mike CorbinMike Corbin

Paramedic
EMS Department
AtlantiCare Employee since 2015
Lives in Erial

“I give because is it important to keep programs in place to help people when they are in need.”

Mike Corbin is a paramedic with AtlantiCare’s EMS department. He joined the team in 2015 after relocating to New Jersey from New Hampshire, along with his wife Lisa, an AtlantiCare Emergency department nurse and their two sons. Mike is a generous employee donor who gives to both the Starfish Fund and Healthy Schools, Healthy Children funds through payroll deduction. He chooses to give to the Starfish Fund and Healthy Schools, Healthy Children because he feels they are funds that help a lot of people. He credits his generosity to his mother who taught him, “To be grateful for what I have and to pay it forward,” says Mike. “You never know when you will be the person who needs help. It’s important to give back when you can.”
 

Annette GlebockiAnnette Glebocki

Registered Nurse
Cardiac Catheterization & Rhythm Center
AtlantiCare Employee since 2005
Lives in Little Egg Harbor

“I give to help provide education to future nurses.”

Annette Glebocki has been a registered nurse in the Cardiac Catheterization & Rhythm Center at the Mainland Campus since 2005. She lives in Little Egg Harbor with her husband, Ray. Annette gives to the Amanda Cortopassi Nursing Scholarship Fund through payroll deduction. “We’ve all been through [nursing] school and know the financial burden that comes with that. I give to the Amanda Cortopassi Nursing Scholarship Fund because it’s a good cause and I know it’s needed,” says Annette. Along with donating to the AtlantiCare Foundation, she and her husband choose to give to several charities in our community. “I feel very good knowing I’m helping someone in the community who needs it.”
 

Tim KoobTim Koob

Corporate Compliance Officer &
Director of Internal Audit
Legal Department
AtlantiCare Employee since 2017
Lives in Ventnor

“I give because I think it is part of our responsibility.”

Tim Koob joined the AtlantiCare Legal team just last year, but is already a generous supporter of the AtlantiCare Foundation. He lives in Ventnor with his husband, Nick and their two sons. Tim has made gifts to the Foundation’s area of greatest need and Healthy Communities Fund. He chooses to give because of the meaningful work AtlantiCare is doing in our communities. “I came from the for-profit sector and moving to non-profit and working for AtlantiCare and seeing how we help patients, has really inspired me to give,” says Tim. He also believes that if you cannot give financially, there are other ways to make a difference, like volunteering. “There have been times in the past when I was unable to give financially, so I would volunteer. I think it is part of our responsibility to do what you can to give back to our community.”
 

 

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