On April 29, members of the Taunia Oechslin Girls Night Out (TOGNO) Foundation delivered a donation of $150,000, the largest in the event’s history, to the Joyce Murtha Breast Care Center (JMBCC) in support of patient care services. Each year, the Foundation holds an annual fundraising event that brings together breast cancer survivors, family, friends, …Read More
Representatives of Arbutus Park Retirement Community presented a $1,000 donation to the Joyce Murtha Breast Care Center. The retirement community raised money in October by selling pink gobs and Thanksgiving pumpkin rolls in November. This is the fifth year the community has held fundraisers to support the center, and this year’s donation brings their total …Read More
Members of the Girls Night Out Altoona, Inc. (GNOAI) committee delivered a donation of $38,500 to the Joyce Murtha Breast Care Center (JMBCC) in support of patient care services. Each year, the committee hosts an annual fundraising dinner that brings together breast cancer survivors, family, friends, and supporters. The tenth annual event was held in …Read More
Ferndale varsity and junior high cheerleaders presented a check for $1,000 to the JMBCC. Together with the football boosters, they held a Pink Out game, basket raffle, t-shirt & bake sale, and 50/50.Read More
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.Read More
The students at the Hiram G. Andrews Center and Commonwealth Technical Institute organized a pink awareness sale, raising $352 for the JMBCC.Read More
In November, representatives from Barnes Saly & Company presented a $6,500 check to the Joyce Murtha Breast Care Center (JMBCC) from their 10th Bingo for a Cause fundraiser, a designer purse bingo event that was held at the end of September.
Their generous support helps fund Pink Ribbon Care, a program that provides assistance to patients …Read More
Pitt-Johnstown’s Staff Association Council, along with several students and staff members, presented a check for $475 to the JMBCC. The money was raised through the sale of H2P (Hail to Pink) jerseys.
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 …Read More
Senior players representing the Forest Hills football team presented a $2,000 check to the JMBCC. To raise funds, the team hosted a teacher and staff dress down day and the football boosters sold t-shirts at the annual Pink Out game on behalf of the team.Read More