The Sound Start Babies Benefit



Save the Date!

Join us for our annual Sound Start Babies Foundation Benefit on May 2nd at The Mansion in Mountain Lakes, NJ. Guests can look forward to a silent auction, wine-pull, and guest speaker, Rebecca Alexander. Please help support our Babies and their BIG DREAMS!

For sponsorship and donation information, contact Gail P. Stone events at

Click HERE for more details!


CLICK HERE to purchase tickets online.
For questions or to purchase by phone contact Erica Renz at or 201-370-2454.

Ad Reservation deadline is April 5, 2019
Ad artwork is due April 12, 2019

We need items for our live and silent auctions! Donate an auction item HERE.

Did you know Cambridge Wines donates 15% of sales to the Sound Start Babies Foundation? Donate to our wine pull HERE.
We're so excited to announce our benefit speaker Rebecca Alexander!

Rebecca Alexander is an author, psychotherapist, group fitness instructor, advocate, and extreme athlete who is almost completely blind and deaf. Born and raised in the San Francisco Bay Area, she currently lives in New York City.

Born with a rare genetic disorder called Usher syndrome type III, Rebecca has been simultaneously losing both her sight and hearing since she was a teenager. Despite these difficulties, Rebecca refused to lose her drive and zest for life and rose above and beyond every challenge she faced.

Rebecca has a flourishing full-time psychotherapy practice with two master’s degrees from Columbia University in Clinical Social Work and Public Health. She works with individuals, couples, and groups, specializing in the treatment of anxiety, depression, grief/loss, eating disorders, and disability. Rebecca received post-graduate training at the Institute for Contemporary Psychotherapy at the Center for the Study of Anorexia and Bulimia and received her psychodynamic psychotherapy training from the American Institute for Psychoanalysis.

Rebecca’s critically acclaimed memoir, Not Fade Away: A Memoir of Senses Lost and Found received an Indie Book Award and was honored as one of the MS Society’s Books For A Better Life.