News and Events
Sara Jane, originally from Baltimore, Maryland, has been a Westfield resident for nearly 20 years. After receiving a BA in Economics from the University of Maryland, Baltimore County, Sara Jane managed corporate retirement plans for T. Rowe Price and Bankers Trust.
Steve Guberer, a Director at CBRE Capital Advisors, Inc., has joined the Board of Trustees of Imagine, A Center for Coping with Loss. CBRE Capital Advisors, Inc. is the real estate investment banking business of CBRE Group. Mr. Guberer has successfully executed over 40 capital raising and M&A advisory transactions that represents $20+ billion of total capital for clients within the real estate, gaming, lodging and leisure sectors.
The Imagine Board of Trustees continues to grow along with the organization. Delighted to welcome new board member Steve Guberer.
Imagine is seeking a part-time Development Associate to support our fundraising and communications efforts. The Development Associate will work with the Director of Development and the Executive Director in furthering Imagine's mission and realizing Imagine's fundraising and communications objectives.
Come enjoy some great music for a great cause on June 11! You'll enjoy every minute of this family-friendly event benefitting Imagine.
Imagine recognized Imagine participant, volunteer, and professional painter, Michael P Bongiovanni of Springfield, at our Annual Board Meeting for donating his time and talent in getting our new center ready.
Katie Rao and Alex Fontz of South Plainfield High School received Certificates of Appreciation for their outstanding volunteer contribution of artwork at the new Imagine Center in Mountainside.
The three women were recognized for their outstanding contributions as board members in helping with the creation of Imagine into the strong organization it is today.
Over 100 volunteers and their family and friends filled the new space at Imagine, A Center for Coping with Loss on April 27th for the fifth annual Volunteer Appreciation Dinner. Dinner, music, coffee and awards were provided to show the volunteers how special and appreciated they are!
“Everyone who has come to visit or receive service exclaims how beautiful the space is and comments how they immediately feel at home and safe,” said Mary Robinson, Imagine Executive Director. “We were able to turn a very corporate, almost industrial space, into a warm, welcoming and healing space thanks to the incredible design talent and hard work of Amy Yin Interiors of Short Hills who donated all of her time and expertise. We are deeply grateful to Amy and her company.”