Please join Cancer Services of Northeast Indiana to see this touching, award-winning documentary!
“Mondays at Racine” is the story of two sisters who open their hair salon the third Monday of every month to help women with cancer. The film, directed by Cynthia Wade, received a 2013 Academy Award nomination for Best Documentary (Short Subject).
Following the movie, there will be a short Q & A session on self-image during cancer treatment led by Marsha Haffner, Director of Clinical Services at Cancer Services.
Exhibitors from Your Virgin Hair, Urban Updates, and Cancer Services of Northeast Indiana will have information available. This event is collaboration by Cinema Center, Green Hair Revolution and Cancer Services of Northeast Indiana with proceeds benefiting Cancer Services.
Cancer Services will also welcome donations of new or gently used wigs.
“Mondays at Racine”
6:30 p.m., Monday, April 20, 2015
437 E. Berry St.
Fort Wayne, IN 46802
Call Cancer Services of Northeast Indiana at (260)484-9560 for more information.
The 2015 Lapper a fundraising walk for Cancer Services of Northeast Indiana. The purpose of the event is to honor people touched by cancer by walking as many laps as you can. the point is to test your endurance and push past your comfort zones just as people with cancer do every day.
Bring a friend, form a team and help raise money to support the programs and services provided by Cancer Services.
This year the goal is to raise $70,000. All the money will go to Cancer Services and help support programs for people with cancer in our community.
To learn more about Lapper 2015 or to register a team, visit the event website at http://lapper2015.kintera.org/
One thing that is important to know is that there is no “right” way to grieve. It’s also true that a traditional bereavement support group may not be the most comfortable fit for everyone. However, everyone deserves to have a trusted help during the grieving process.
That is why Cancer Services of Northeast Indiana offers two support groups that are open to any adult who has experienced the death of a loved one. The death does not need to be cancer related.
Our ongoing support group meets every Monday evening from 7:00 to 8:30 p.m. at the Healing Arts Center. This group is facilitated by Dar Richardson.
On February 24, 2015 we are starting a new grief program that is a partnership with Visiting Nurse. The program runs for 10 consecutive weeks (Feb. 24-April 28) and will meet on Tuesday afternoons from 2:00 to 3:30 p.m. This program is curriculum-based using Alan Wolfelt’s book, “Understanding Your Grief,” and will be led by Bonnie Davis of Visiting Nurse.
The program is especially useful for people who are newly bereaved, usually defined as up to the two year mark of the loss.
Please call Cancer Services of Northeast Indiana at (260)484-9560 to reserve your place.
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January 30 at 8:00 p.m.
The Fort Wayne Komets
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January 31 at 7:30 p.m.
The Fort Wayne Komets
The Toledo Walleye
You can help families in our community who are fighting cancer and get some of your holiday shopping done. Please consider shopping at AmozonSmile and a portion of your Amazon purchase will be donated to Cancer Services.
Here is what to do:
1) Click the link below
2) Sign in as if you were on Amazon
3) Type in Cancer Services of Allen County Inc (our legal name)
4) You are ready to shop!
It’s that easy!
Save the Date!
Please make plans to join us for the 12th Annual Design on Life Spring Auction benefiting Cancer Services of Northeast Indiana. Mark your calendars for Saturday, February 21, 2015 for the Summit City Soiree an event to celebrate the things that make this community special. There will be delicious food, entertainment, as well as our exciting silent and live auctions.
Contact Stacey Stumpf at 484-9560 or email@example.com for more information.
Cancer Services will be launching a new program in 2015 with the goal of better helping clients deal with the financial stress that comes with a cancer diagnosis. The Financial Coaches program will provide individual financial planning education to clients and their families who need it.
The new program is possible because of a grant Cancer Services received from the Foundation for Financial Planning. Cancer Services was one of only two cancer agencies in the county to receive the grant in 2014. Cancer Services leaders are using a similar program at the Dana Farber Cancer Institute in Massachusetts as a model. That program was originally funded by a grant from the same foundation.
We are fortunate to have eight highly qualified volunteers who will be providing pro bono financial planning information. The volunteers are CPA’s or certified financial advisers who will assist clients with budgeting, debt management, estate planning and insurance issues.
The program is needed because it will provides clients access to valuable financial planning services from experts that they otherwise might not be able to afford due to the fact they are already maxed out financially and stressed by their cancer diagnosis.
The plan is for Cancer Services client advocates to begin making referrals to the Financial Coaches in the spring.
Please join us for this wonderful workshop that will focus on men who are supporting women fighting cancer. The Partners in Survival Workshop is for men and women and features Marc Heyison. He is a former major league baseball player with the Baltimore Orioles and the founder of Men Against Breast Cancer.
The bonus is the event is FREE and will include dinner provided by Kroger!
5:30 to 8:30 p.m.
Allen County Public Library
900 Library Plaza, Ft. Wayne, IN 46802
Please RSVP to Cancer Services of Northeast Indiana at (260)484-9560
Please join us to the 10th Annual Tribute Dinner!
The evening promises to be a special opportunity to support people in our community who are fighting cancer. Cancer Services is honored that Curtis Smith, Chief Meteorologist with Indiana’s News Center, will be emceeing the event.
This year the keynote speaker Dan Shapiro, Ph.D. He is the Chair of the Department of Humanities at Penn State College of Medicine. He has appeared on two television series on National Geographic and The Discovery Channel and has written three books as well as articles for The New York Times, JAMA, and The Chronicle of Higher Education. He is also a two-time cancer survivor!
Individual tickets are $100. Tables are $800 (seats 8 and includes tribute). To reserve your spot, call Stacey Stumpf at (260) 484-9560 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Please join Team CSNI for the 7th annual Fort 4 Fitness Fall Festival, which takes place September 26-27, 2014 at Parkview Field.
Click here to register online. Choose your race (4 mile walk/run, the 10K, half marathon, the kids marathon or the seniors marathon). Then choose CSNI in the drop down menu to select Cancer Services of Northeast Indiana as the Charity Partner you support. Already registered? You can still join our team. Email Stacey and let her know the name you registered under and she will add you to our team.
Team CSNI Dri-fit shirts are available for $12 ($15 for bigger sizes). Please email Stacey by September 6 with your size.