Shade High School donates $1,614 to the JMBCC

Shade High School hosted a Pink for a Purpose Volleyball game that raised $1,614 for the JMBCC. Every year this project is coordinated by a junior student. This year’s student is Katie Cook.

Their generous support helps fund Pink Ribbon Care, a program that provides assistance for patients who are unable to pay for breast-related health services – including mammograms, follow-up diagnostic services, and genetic counseling.

Pictured below, L to R: JMBCC Director Erin Goins and Shade student Katie Cook

About Joyce Murtha Breast Care Center
The Joyce Murtha Breast Care Center (JMBCC) opened in February 2002 offering comprehensive and personalized breast care in one convenient location. The JMBCC is exists to prevent and treat diseases of the breast and other conditions that can impact the lives of the women served. The tools and techniques used include digital mammography, ultrasound, breast biopsies, breast MRI, bone densitometry, genetic counseling, research studies, and a female breast surgeon on-site.