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Thank You to All Our Sponsors

We would like to say thank you to all our amazing sponsors.

(listed below in alphabetical order)


Alpern Family Foundation Inc.
Alpern Family Foundation Inc. is a nonprofit organization based in New York, NY. Having been around since 1953, it serves the greater Jericho community for the last 24 years, particularly in area of New York.


The Beth C. Tortolani Foundation
The Beth C. Tortolani Foundation was developed to support and organize programs and services which provide resources, knowledge and skills to women with breast cancer and their families in order to enhance the quality of their lives.


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Kat’s Ribbon of Hope
Kat’s Ribbon of Hope, Inc. provides financial assistance directly and indirectly to women who would otherwise not be able to afford early detection and treatment services for breast cancer. These women die at twice the rate compared to women who can afford them. Our intent is to save lives by making critical information and services more accessible to women at this critical stage of the fight.


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LI2Day
LI2DAY was organized to raise awareness and funds for breast cancer and other cancer research, to benefit cancer sufferers, survivors, and their families, and to support organizations that are participating in such efforts.


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Manhasset Women’s Coalition Against Breast Cancer
MWCABC’s mission is to fund innovative research, increase awareness through education and provide support services to those with breast cancer and related diseases. MWCABC participates in various fundraisers throughout the year and hosts several signature events, including their Ladies’ Night Out, 5K Family Walk/Run and “Swing for a Cure” tennis outing. Through these and other MWCABC events, we have succeeded in awarding over $3 million in grants to breast cancer programs and organizations.


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The Junior Coalition of the Manhasset Women’s Coalition Against Breast Cancer
The Junior Coalition of MWCABC was formed in 2003 as a charitable organization for Manhasset teenagers. Its purpose is to provide education and awareness about breast cancer at a teenage appropriate level without fear, to generate compassion and understanding for those afflicted with the disease and the family and friends affected by it, and to join together to raise funds for breast cancer research and patient support programs.


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Nassau County Women’s Bar Foundation
Nassau County Women’s Bar Association is to promote the advancement of the status of women in society and of women in the legal profession; to promote the fair and equal administration of justice; and to act as a unified voice for its members with respect to issues of statewide, national, and international significance to women generally and to women attorneys in particular.


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NYS Department of Health
 
Can provide copies of birth certificates, help you apply for federal disability benefits and find affordable health insurance on the NYS Health Marketplace.


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Pink Aid
Pink Aid’s mission is to help underserved local women survive breast cancer treatment with support and dignity, to provide screening to women in financial need, and to empower breast cancer survivors to heal by helping and inspiring others. Our grants support programs that provide services including free breast cancer screening and help covering non-medical expenses such as food cards, household bills, wigs, recovery garments and transportation for patients undergoing treatment. Some of the programs we support are established hospital foundations and national non-profits, while others are smaller grass roots organizations. Large or small, they share our goal to help local women survive breast cancer with compassion. Pink Aid grants are awarded to recipients whose goals best advance Pink Aid’s Mission.


Plastic Surgery Foundation
The Breast Reconstruction Awareness campaign is sponsored by the American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS) and The Plastic Surgery (The PSF), and financially supported through corporations, institutions, private practices and individuals.

Its intent is simple: Educate, engage and empower women to make the decision that is best for them following a diagnosis with breast cancer. That involves informing women, family members, caregivers and the media that the breast cancer loop remains open until a woman is informed of breast reconstruction options.

 
Follow Adelphi NY Statewide Breast Cancer Program at:          

For further information, please contact:

Breast Cancer Hotline and Support Program
p – 516.877.4320
e – breastcancerhotline@adelphi.edu

Support Hotline: 800.877.8077