MaryAnn Ragone DeLambily joined the Alicia Rose Victorious Foundation as the Development Assistant in June 2018.
MaryAnn Ragone DeLambily joined the Alicia Rose Victorious Foundation as the Development Assistant in June 2018. She plays a critical role in the development and implementation of a strategic plan to raise vital funds for the organization through corporate, business, and individual donations.
Ragone DeLambily brings over 20 years of unparalleled experience in the non-profit sector as Executive Director for the South Jersey Eye Center serving the underserved population of Camden and surrounding areas. During her time at the South Jersey Eye Center, its budget quadrupled from $250,000 to $1.2 million through fundraising, grant acquisitions, and special events meeting the needs of the community and beyond with eye health and vision services.
Ragone DeLambily has always had a passion for helping people and being involved in charitable organizations. She has been a member of the Sons of Italy in America since 1996 and currently serves as the President of the Cherry Hill – Enrico Fermi Lodge #2229. In addition, she is a member the International Association of the Lions Club since 1996 and in 2005 was the first female District Governor of District 16L in the State of New Jersey.
Ragone DeLambily holds a Master’s Degree in Administrative Science from Fairleigh Dickinson University with a focus in non-profit and non-governmental agencies and a Master’s Degree in Public Health from Salus University. She lives with her husband, Bob, in Medford, NJ along with two dogs, four cats, and one rabbit.
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About Alicia Rose Victorious Foundation
Strength and Support for Hospitalized Teens.
Alicia Rose Victorious Foundation (ARVF, Corp.) is a 501(c)3 non-profit charitable organization located in Voorhees, NJ. ARVF provides adolescent programs, and activities to enhance the quality of life for hospitalized teens battling cancer and other life-threatening illnesses. Since 2002, Victorious 4 Teens programs have helped thousands of critically ill teens and their families during hospitalization. The Foundation has dedicated over $2.5 million to fund Victorious 4 Teens Programs across the country. For more information about ARVF and to find out how you can help hospitalized teens, visit www.victoriousfoundation.org