Summit City Parrothead Club to Host Cruise Fundraiser
Posted on July 31st, 2012
S.S. Lillypad is located at the Frog Tavern on Lake Wawasee. The boat will leave from the dock promptly at 2PM and will return at 5PM. Guests will enjoy tropical tunes and fun in the sun. A cash bar will be available. Space is limited, so reserve your spot today. Tickets are $30 and includes boat fee, food, raffle tickets and more.No Comments
Thank You Cobblestone Ladies Golf Association
Posted on July 24th, 2012
Yesterday afternoon, members of the Cobblestone Ladies Golf Association dropped by to present us with the proceeds from their 16th Annual Swing for Cancer. Through their efforts, they were able to raise over $6,000 for our organization. There simply aren’t enough words to express our thanks.
Making an Impact
Posted on July 23rd, 2012
Fort Wayne resident Aaron Brown and his family made a commitment last year to volunteer for 52 organizations in one year. Not only did they meet that goal, but they’ve decided to keep going and volunteer every week for a second year, as well. Their goal is motivate others to serve and to illustrate how easy it is to do so.
Last week, Aaron volunteered for us, transporting a client to treatment. He wrote about his experience on his blog, Impact 52. Read about his experience and check out his others stories too.
Thank you, Aaron, for making our community a better place!No Comments
A Note From a Client’s Mother
Posted on July 3rd, 2012
We often receive thank you notes from clients and family members. It’s our mission to support those with cancer and their families in our community and receiving these notes tell us we are doing what we say we do. It’s our promise to our clients, and it’s important to us.
Here’s a note we received last week from a client’s mother:
My daughter first visited your office in March 2012. After that first visit, you and your agency provided not only many services, but you became her friends. She talked very highly of you and how much your talks helped her. So many times when she was anxious or despaired, you helped her through it. Thank you so much for being there for her. Her phone calls would sometimes drive me crazy, but I would give anything to be able to talk to her again. She would have been very pleased to see how many people came to her funeral.
Thank you again for all you do for everyone.