Garden OB/GYN Clinicians Are Making Strides Against Breast Cancer

Earlier this morning, on Thursday August 23rd 2018, two American Cancer Society Representatives joined our clinicians in our weekly clinician meeting. Jennifer and Danielle reviewed important fundraising details with our providers. This included how to sign up for the Making Strides Against Breast Cancer fundraiser, how to access the fundraisers mobile app, as well as how the funds raised are distributed. We are proud to have the Garden OB/GYN clinicians participating in this philanthropic event!

If you are interested in participating or donating to our team, please follow the following link to our fundraising page.

You may also register, donate and manage your FUNdraising account on the American Cancer Society's mobile app. Simply, go to the App Store on your phone and look for the ACS FUNdraiser app

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