Kickoff Breakfast For Making Strides Against Breast Cancer Of Long Island
On Wednesday August 15th, at the Crest Hollow Country Club in Woodbury, NY, Garden OB/GYN had the privilege to participate in the American Cancer Society's Kickoff Breakfast for Making Strides Against Breast Cancer of Long Island.
On Wednesday August 15th, at the Crest Hollow Country Club in Woodbury, NY, Garden OB/GYN had the privilege to participate in the American Cancer Society's Kickoff Breakfast for Making Strides Against Breast Cancer of Long Island. The morning event was centered around kicking off the organization's key fundraiser, which helps lead the fight against breast cancer. Together, the American Cancer Society, Garden OB/GYN, as well as the other participating organizations and individuals, are fighting to raise as much money as possible to provide treatment, support, education, and awareness programs for breast cancer.
Garden OB/GYN's Participation & Recognition
The Garden OB/GYN Executive Administration Team, Medical Director, Dr. Terrani, physician Dr. Culotta, and Garden Breast Cancer Fundraiser Team Leader, Elizabeth Frankowski, were all in attendance at the breakfast kickoff. During the event, Garden OB/GYN was recognized as the organization's first Flagship Sponsor for 2018 and for the first time, Dr. Terrani was recognized as a Real Man in Pink.
The Garden OB/GYN team had the opportunity of meeting Nassau County Executive, Laura Cuuran, Suffolk County Executive, Steve Ballone, as well as the event's special guest speaker, Stacey Sager, an ABC eyewitness correspondent and breast cancer survivor. They also had the opportunity to hear many touching survivor stories from other guests
Help Us Help Others
If you are interested in learning more about Garden OB/GYN's efforts to fight breast cancer, we urge you to join or donate to our team for the Making Strides of Long Island Breast Cancer Walk on Sunday, October 21, 2018. "The more participants we have, the more dollars we raise. The more money we raise, the more we can help those with breast cancer."