“The first time I met […]
The Boston Globe – By Kevin Cullen
The rain was relentless, biblical almost, and you half-expected an ark to pull up outside Congregation Mishkan Tefila in Chestnut Hill. But there could have been an earthquake yesterday, and they still would have shown up, the people whose cars spilled out of the parking lot, all along […]
The Boston Herald, By Joe Fitzgerald
The extensive coverage of Ray Tye’s death was not only richly deserved, but richly ironic, too, since he was careful not to exalt himself while funneling millions of dollars to people and causes that touched his heart.
Over the years, on so many occasions, he would call here after […]
“During these hard times when […]
WBZTV.com – Jun 17, 2009
by Malika Marshall, MD
BOSTON (WBZ) – An Iraqi mother is looking at her future with new hope thanks to a Boston hospital and a local foundation that helps patients with life-saving care.
Imagine having a life-threatening condition and not being able to get the treatment you need because […]
Lawrence Eagle Tribune – August 31, 2008
by Jill Harmacinski
Baby Frank Matos Lopez will undergo life-saving open-heart surgery this week thanks to a medical charity founded by Haverhill native D. Raymond Tye …
… Baby Frank, who lives in the Dominican Republic, suffers from a heart condition known as blue baby […]
Here is the link to the CNN story about Safa, the child with the very large tumor.
On October 10th, 2007
Ray Tye was honored by the St. Boniface Haiti Foundation during a gala dinner at the Marriott Hotel in Newton, MA.