Cohen & Feeley Foundation Holds Benefit Concert for Good Shepherd Neurorehabilitation Program6/17/2011
Allentown, Pa. – The Cohen & Feeley Foundation has donated $10,000 to the Neurorehabilitation Program at Good Shepherd Rehabilitation Network. The funds, which will benefit Good Shepherd’s Brain Trauma Support Group and Spinal Cord Injury Support Group, were raised through a benefit concert, “Elvis Meets Johnny Cash,” at the Scottish Rite Cathedral, Allentown.
Good Shepherd’s Brain Trauma Support Group and Spinal Cord Injury Support Group offer support, socialization and educational opportunities for individuals and families who have been affected by traumatic injuries. The Cohen & Feeley law firm has supported Good Shepherd’s neurological support groups for years.
“Good Shepherd is very important to us and we know the challenges faced by people who are seriously injured,” says Attorney Martin D. Cohen, principal, Cohen & Feeley. “We truly appreciate the significance of the work that is done at Good Shepherd, and we want to support it.”
Approximately 600 people attended the concert, which brought two music legends to life through the talents of tribute artists, Brad Krum as Elvis, and Terry Lee Goffee as Johnny Cash.
Pictured, l-r: Karla Kares, marketing director, Cohen & Feeley; Sarah Cohen, marketing coordinator, Cohen & Feeley; Bonnie Kuhns, administrative assistant, Good Shepherd; Martye Cohen, Esq., Kathye Hammes, outpatient care manager, Good Shepherd; Mimi Lang, spinal cord nurse and Spinal Cord Injury Support Group leader; and Ken Ryno of Kunkletown, a member of the Spinal Cord Injury Support Group.