Klock Kingston Foundation Supports Cancer Care

February 14, 2013

he Klock Kingston Foundation recently awarded the Benedictine Health Foundation a grant of $20,000 to support the cancer programs and services offered by HealthAlliance Hospital at their Mary’s Avenue Campus in Kingston, formerly Benedictine Hospital. The grant will fund the cancer center’s future needs including the purchase of state-of-the art technology, patient programs offered at the Oncology Support House, and the Rosemary D. Gruner Memorial Cancer Fund, which provides financial assistance to cancer patients in need while receiving treatment.

The Klock Foundation supports nonprofit organizations in Ulster County to advance education, literacy, the arts, public health and the sciences. “As member of the Klock Kingston Trustees, we are again proud to continue the charitable legacy of Lucia and Kay Klock, and to support health care services in the Ulster County community, stated Sloan Saverine, Vice President and Senior Trust Officer of Key Private Bank.

KeyBank has managed the Klock Foundation for 46 years, with Mary Ellen Cologero and Mr. Saverine serving as foundation trustees. Ms. Cologero is Senior Vice President, Senior Portfolio Manager, and Market Leader at Key Corp and manages Klock Foundation investments.

Supporting the Benedictine Spirit of Compassionate Care