On Saturday, October 20th, Engelman Berger’s bond finance attorneys, Julie Arvo MacKenzie and Brigitte Finley Green, attended The HonorHealth Foundation’s Night of Gold event. The event hosted a reception and silent auction that was followed by dinner and dancing at the Arizona Biltmore. Attorney Julie Arvo MacKenzie is both a member of the board of directors of HonorHealth as well as the chair of the Governance Committee of HonorHealth-Desert Mission, where she was chair of the board from 2013 to 2016. Engelman Berger is proud to have been represented by these two attorneys at the event. Julie and Brigitte had a wonderful time at the event and both donated through the silent auction and during the “Fund a Need” portion of the event.
The 2018 HonorHealth Night of Gold event benefited Desert Mission’s community programs, including the Food Bank, Adult Day Health Care, and Lincoln Learning Center. Desert Mission helps provide food for hungry children and families in Arizona, gives young children with a strong start and quality early childhood education, ensures that at-risk seniors have a safe and stimulating daycare solution, and more. The Lincoln family was instrumental in starting the John C. Lincoln hospital and health system. Four years ago, it merged with the Scottsdale Health System to create HonorHealth. The HonorHealth hospital in Sunnyslope continues to bear the Lincoln family name.