Holly Shores Tenting Resort presents $10,000 to learn most cancers providers at Cape Regional Well being System | Cape Might


Susan G. Staeger, Manager Marketing and Public Relations Cape Regional Health System, submitted

CAPE MAY COURT HOUSE — Maggy and Dave Robinson, co-owners of Holly Shores Camping Resort, recently donated $10,000 benefiting cancer treatments at Cape Regional Medical Center. Joanne Carrocino, President and CEO, and Thomas Piratzky, Executive Director of the Cape Regional Foundation, accepted the check on behalf of the Cape Regional Health System. The Holly Shores donation was made possible through regular campground fundraisers and through their 2021 Halloween fundraiser.

“We are excited to continue our late father’s legacy of supporting quality cancer care in Cape May County,” said Maggy Robinson. “Our father, Tom Brodesser, was deeply involved in Cape Regional and the health of Cape May County residents and visitors. It is our pleasure to follow in his footsteps and continue to support our local hospital. Cape Regional’s commitment to caring for our community and those living with a cancer diagnosis motivates us to continue our support. Thank you for everything you do.”

“In these unprecedented times, we are fortunate to have the strong and passionate support of the Holly Shores Camping Resort and the Robinson/Brodesser family in our fight against cancer,” said Carrocino. “We are sincerely grateful for their continued commitment to the Cape May County community and the Cape Regional Health System. Thank you for the many years of support.”