We’re still here. We’re still responding. https://michaelsfeat.org/volunteer-donate/ Families carrying and caring for seriously ill newborns are in need NOW more than ever! We appreciate there are many charities worthy of support during this difficult time, but we ask you to consider including Michael's Feat in your charitable giving on this GivingTuesdayNow. [The CARES Act lifted the 60% of AGI limit for cash donations made in 2020 (although there's still a 100% of AGI limit on all charitable contributions). That means itemizers can deduct more of their charitable cash contributions this year.] #GivingTuesdayNow #michaelsfeat ... See more
Thank you Chef Jon & prepared foods team at Whole Foods Market in Wall, NJ for preparing these holiday inspired meals for our current NICU families and NICU staff at Jersey Shore University Medical Center and Monmouth Medical Center, provided by those who generously support Michael’s Feat (we thank you!). Forever grateful to the Medical professionals caring of our most vulnerable patients. ... See more
May the Glory of the Lord’s Miracle Strengthen Your Faith and Renew Your Hope. Wishing Everyone a Blessed Easter.
Sharing Positive News..Thank you Kristin Belger for everything YOU do! Michael's Feat is grateful.
Thanks to our supporters, we delivered some Michael's Feat love to the babies at Jersey Shore University Medical Center and Monmouth Medical Center 💚🍀🍀💚 May strong arms hold you, Caring hearts tend you, and May love await you at every step. Happy 1st St. Patrick’s Day ... See more
Despite the rapidly changing COVID-19 (coronavirus) outbreak, Michael’s Feat is focused on our mission of helping seriously ill newborns in Monmouth and Ocean County, New Jersey. We continue to be fully committed to provide benefits to our local NICU families including: Sending grocery and gas cards; Sending Financial assistance; Delivering care packages for each holiday including St. Patrick’s Day this week; Providing weekly meals from Eat Clean Bro to current NICU parents As our communities brace for the impact of the coronavirus, the safety, health, and well-being of our volunteers, supporters, sponsors and families we assist is our main priority. With so many concerning unknowns and out of an abundance of caution, we will be postponing our 20th Annual Spring Gala from May 2nd to a new date late in 2020 when it is deemed safe to resume holding large scale events. The gala will still be held at South Gate Manor and we will be sure to share the new date with all of you as soon as it is confirmed. Please stay tuned. We especially appreciate all of your support during this difficult time and we offer our deepest sympathy to all who have been affected by this virus. We are hopeful we will make it through these challenging times together and that we will become a stronger community for it. As always, please feel free to contact us with any questions and encourage any NICU families in need to complete the assistance form on our website: https://michaelsfeat.org/outreach-assistance/#assistance With love and gratitude, Dana and Adam Puharic, Michael’s Feat Founders and the Michael’s Feat Board ... See more
Thanks to our supporters, we delivered some Michael's Feat love to the sweet babies at Jersey Shore University Medical Center
Proud to announce Eat Clean Bro® and Michael’s Feat unique partnership in providing meals to our NICU families at Jersey Shore University Medical Center and Monmouth Medical Center. NICU families currently at these hospitals, please ask your Nurse for further details! ... See more
Did you receive a gift that you may not use, like, or have more than one of? Michael’s Feat will graciously accept them for use in future raffles — we accept it all, as long as unused. We are also always in need of baskets or decorative boxes to wrap auction items. If interested, private message us for more information. Thank you in advance! ... See more
Congratulations 'NICU graduate' Julian Rebelo on receiving the Eagle Scout award, Troop 364 [Keyport]. Julian’s project directly supported our NICU families. In 2001, Julian was born at Monmouth Medical Center, weighing only 3.1 pounds, and staying in the NICU for 6-weeks. Michael’s Feat supported Julian’s family with a care package, full of basic necessities. Those basic necessities aided his family when they needed it most. Julian decided to create his Eagle project in support of Michael's Feat, wanting to not only give back to the charity and hospital from which he was born but to bring awareness of Michael's Feat to his local community. Julian’s project included: Fundraising and Producing 50 Care Packages (with supplies) to support the families at Monmouth Medical for one year; Installing an Electronic Storage Cabinet within Monmouth Medical Center for the nurses to access efficiently, as well as provide a place to store the care packages of Michael's Feat for years to come. ... See more