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Friends of the Cancer Center

Lilith Hurst of Medical Family Supply present a $1,222 donation to Tara Brisson Hinton, Friends of the Cancer Center Coordinator, and Angie Syphrit, Cape Fear Valley Breast Care Center Director. Proceeds are from the 2012 Pink Ribbon Tea. Also pictured are Kellie Markovich, of Valley Regional Imaging, and David Sessoms, of Miller Motte College, who sponsored the event. The money will help provide mammograms to uninsured/underserved women in the community.

Friends of the Cancer Center

Coach Eddie Matthews and the Methodist University Volleyball team present a $250 donation to Tara Brisson-Hinton, Cape Fear Valley Foundation’s Friends of the Cancer Center Coordinator.

Friends of CHILDREN

Thank you April L. Dederick Walton and HealthKeeperz for donating 50 infant blankets to Friends of Children for children hospitalized at Cape Fear Valley.

Friends of the Cancer Center

Au Pairs from AuPairCare donated teddy bears they created at Build-A-Bear Workshop to Cape Fear Valley Health Foundation’s Friends of Children. The toy bears will be given to children hospitalized at Cape Fear Valley Health.

Friends of the Cancer Center

Khalil Shakeel, of A.B.C. Boxing, present a $1,305 donation to Brenda Hall, Director of Cape Fear Valley Cancer and Cyberknife Treatment Center Director and Friends of the Cancer Center Advisory Council member, and Tara Brisson Hinton, Friends of the Cancer Center Coordinator. A.B.C. Boxing held its innuagural "Battle Against Breast Cancer" on Oct. 20, in loving memory of Shakeel's wife, Ara Lynette.

Friends of the Cancer Center
Patrick O. Davis, National President for II D M Truck, and his Bike Show Series present a $600 donation to Tara Brisson Hinton, Friends of the Cancer Center Coordinator.
Friends of the Cancer Center

The Dickerson family, owners of Spirit Halloween, and their staff provided Halloween costumes and gifts for children hospitalized at Cape Fear Valley Health. The company provided a Halloween party for children attending the cancer survivors support group at Cape Fear Valley's Cancer Center. Spirit Halloween graciously supports Cape Fear Valley Health Foundation's Friends of Children through their Spirit of Children program each year. The company has donated more than $10,000 to Friends of Children the past three years.

Friends of the Cancer Center

Yvette Whitmore, Mary Jones and Leslie Carico of Community Home Care & Hospice present a $1,000 sponsorship check to Tara Brisson Hinton, Friends of the Cancer Center Coordinator, for the 2012 Ribbon Walk and Ride.

Friends of the Cancer Center

Express Employment Professionals of Fayetteville present a $1,000 donation to Cape Fear Valley Health Foundation’s Friends of the Cancer Center to sponsor the 7th annual Ribbon Walk & Ride for Cancer. Pictured from left to right: Monica Haynes, Cathy Jackson, Tyler Madsen, Norma Loase, Mulligan Loase, Dick Loase, Brad Loase, Irene Whelan and Tara Brisson Hinton, Friends of the Cancer Center Coordinator.

Friends of the Cancer Center

Larry Chriscoe, NFI Consumer Products President/CEO, Betsy Horner, CFO, and  Mary Acker, Research & Development Manager and Cancer Survivor, present a donation to Friends of the Cancer Center to sponsor the 7th Annual Ribbon Walk & Ride for Cancer. Accepting the donation are Lisa Thompson, advisory council member, and Tara Brisson Hinton, Friends of the Cancer Center Coordinator.

Friends of the Cancer Center

Stanley Steemer staff members present a $2,500 donation to sponsor Friends of the Cancer Center’s 7th Annual Ribbon Walk & Ride for Cancer. Presenting the donation are Mary Boyle, Shirley Pruitt, Samantha Pruitt, Libby Paris and Brenda Roberts. Reshma Beal, advisory council member, and Tara Brisson Hinton, Friends of the Cancer Center Coordinator, accepted the donation on behalf of the Cancer Center.

Friends of the Cancer Center

The Fayetteville SwampDogs proudly present a donation of $8,130.16 to Cape Fear Valley Health Foundation's Friends of the Cancer Center from the 6th annual Striking Out Cancer. Each year, the SwampDogs wear custom pink jerseys that are auctioned off following the game with all proceeds benefiting local cancer patients.