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On August 24, 2006, Alyssa Rose Bruno passed away after a valiant battle with brain stem cancer (diffuse pontine glioma). During her short life she touched the hearts of many people not only in the Rochester area, but also around the world. Her parents, Lori and Chris Bruno, along with family members and their many friends have therefore decided to establish a charitable organization in Alyssa's memory.

In addition to her tremendous courage, Alyssa Bruno displayed exceptional kindness, generosity and sensitivity, particularly towards other children. Her heartfelt concern about the happiness and well being of other human beings was a special gift that we plan to continue to give on her behalf.

The important work of the Alyssa's Angels organization is funded solely through the contributions of private individuals, organizations and businesses. We would welcome your support of our efforts to assist children who are the victims of child abuse or neglect, and those that are experiencing serious medical, emotional or behavioral problems. If you would like to help, please send a check payable to "Alyssa's Angels" to:

Alyssa's Angels
P.O. Box 129
West Henrietta, New York 14586

If you prefer to donate through other means, or if you would like more information about the Foundation, email us at

Your kindness and generosity are very much appreciated!

To complete and submit an application for assistance online, click HERE.

To download our application for assistance form, Click Here.


The mission of Alyssa's Angels is to do work that reflects the spirit of giving to and caring for others, which was so important to Alyssa Rose Bruno. Funds that are generated will be used to support projects that will directly benefit the most disadvantaged and needy children in the Rochester area. These projects will focus on children who are:
  • Victims of abuse and/or neglect
  • Experiencing serious medical, behavioral or emotional problems
  • Lacking in family or other community supports

Alyssa's Angels Rochester Euchre is BACK!

Saturday, April 14, 2018 ∙ 3pm – 6pm
Location: Mendon Ponds Park, East Lodge

Donation: $30/player ∙ beer/pop, food & snacks included ∙ cash prizes, 50-50, raffle prizes

Tournament Format: Individual players, highest total points wins, each game consists of 4 hands, each player at the table will deal one time, losers leave table, winners split up, play continues for set number of rounds.

Reservations required: Call 298-1864 & leave message with names of players.

Space limited to first 52 players.
Mail check made out to Alyssa’s Angels: submit to Laura Watts

TOURNAMENT HOSTS: RIT Students, Managerial Skills Course
(non-for profit charitable project)
Jacqueline Carlin, Julie McNulty, Nik Montoya, Bryan Gascon


Golf Tournament

SUNDAY JULY 22, 2018

Our 13th Annual FSW Golf Tournament will be held on Sunday, July 22nd at Wild Wood Country Club. Hopefully, many of you can join us again this year. The money raised by this event helps children in need in our community in a variety of ways.

If you aren't able to play, please consider some level of sponsorship or donation of a silent auction prize.

We look forward to seeing you on July 22nd!

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2018 Easter Egg Hunt

The 12th Annual Easter Egg Hunt to benefit Alyssa's Angels was held on March 31st, in loving memory of Alyssa Rose Bruno. This year's event was our biggest ever and raised more than $1,200, which will be used to help children in need in our area. We would like to express our deep appreciation to the organizers and sponsors:

Kim Burns
Texas Roadhouse in Henrietta
Michelle Libel Insurance
Henrietta Fire Department

Thank you to everyone involved for your support!

2018 Easter Egg Hunt
2018 Easter Egg Hunt
2018 Easter Egg Hunt
2018 Easter Egg Hunt
2018 Easter Egg Hunt

Alyssa's Angel 2017 Holiday Gift Project

Since 2011, Alyssa’s Angels, a Henrietta-based charity, has organized an annual holiday gift project, which benefits local non-profit organizations that serve children in-need. In this project, they partner with an area business or group to support selected charities and combine to donate a total of $1000 to each one.

“We are grateful for all of the important work that is done to help children by these organizations,” said Alyssa’s Angels Chairman Chris Bruno. “The generosity of our partners in support of this project is invaluable and always deeply appreciated.”

The organizations that Alyssa’s Angels selected this year, and the respective co-sponsors for each, are:

  • Non-profit: Holy Apostles Christmas Blessing Project
    Co-sponsor: Modica Law Firm
  • Non-profit: St. Peter's Kitchen
    Co-sponsor: WebTitle
  • Non-profit: Daystar
    Co-sponsors: WebTitle
  • Non-profit: Mary's Place Children's Christmas Party
    Co-sponsor: Rochester Police Locust Club
2017 Holiday Gift Project
(Left to right) Alan Roides of WebTitle, Dr. Glen Spinelli of Alyssa’s Angels and Daystar Executive Director Kim Condon.
2017 Holiday Gift Project
Members of the Executive Board of the Rochester Police Locust Club join President Michael Mazzeo (Center) and Adola DeWolfe of Alyssa’s Angels (Left Center) in presenting a Holiday Gift Project donation to Charlsey Bickett of Mary’s Place.
2017 Holiday Gift Project
(Left to right): Dr. Glen Spinelli of Alyssa’s Angels, Patty Lorenzen of St. Peter’s Kitchen, John Rabish of Alyssa's Angels and Alan Roides of WebTitle Agency.
2017 Holiday Gift Project
(Left to right): Chris Bruno of Alyssa's Angels, Betsy MacKinnon and Father Tony Mugavero of Holy Apostles and Steve Modica of Modica Law Firm.

Alyssa's Angels is tremendously grateful for the generous donation made by the members of PEF in support of our efforts to help children and families in need.
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The Bruno family and the Board of Directors of Alyssa's Angels would like to express our deepest appreciation to Lorrie and Steve Modica for their exceptionally generous donation to our organization. Their tremendous level of support will allow us to provide assistance to many more disadvantaged children and families in our community. Thank you, Lorrie and Steve!


  • Federation of Social Workers
  • Our members are dedicated human service professionals who are both caring and committed to the entire community. Their tireless efforts at their jobs, and also as volunteers supporting many local charities, have improved the quality of life for everyone in Monroe County.

  • Christopher's Challenge
  • The Purpose of Christopher's Challenge is to pay for the typing of samples for individuals willing to become potential donors through the National Marrow Donor Program.