What: Tri-Cities Cancer Center Foundation’s 17th Annual Fundraising Breakfast
When: Thursday, March 16th, 7:30 a.m.
Where: Three Rivers Convention Center, 7016 W. Grandridge Blvd., Kennewick
Tri-Cities Cancer Center Foundation will host its 17th Annual Fundraising Breakfast at the Three Rivers Convention Center in Kennewick, from 7:30 – 8:30 AM.
The entire community is invited to attend. The Breakfast provides the Foundation an opportunity to share the progress of the Cancer Center and to raise funds in support of cancer patients and their families. Attendees will enjoy a “can’t miss” event for our community as the Foundation shares exciting news of their expanded partnerships to improve community health and breakthroughs in their services that are making a difference in our region! If interested in attending as an individual or as a table host, please call our Foundation office at 737-3373. Reservations are required.
The Tri-Cities Cancer Center Foundation Breakfast is generously sponsored by Mission Support Alliance, Kadlec, Lourdes Health, Trios Health, Umpqua Bank and Hayden Homes. All funds raised stay local and provide valuable non-reimbursed cancer programs and services for patients, their families, and the community.
The Foundation provides Support Services for individuals in our community, which are instrumental in helping patients and their families deal with the diagnosis of cancer. We offer assistance in understanding treatment options; dealing with the side effects of treatment; coping with the feelings and questions of family and friends; and understanding how to talk to a child about the diagnosis of cancer. Our desire is to address the needs of patients and their families not covered by insurance. In addition, we offer the Ralph R. Peterson Library (cancer resource library), free community cancer screenings, rehabilitation, our Palliative Care and Survivorship programs, a Resource Center to address the unique needs of cancer patients and so much more. We offer numerous non-reimbursed services and education, which are available to those affected by cancer in our region no matter where they are receiving their treatment. These offerings are funded through the generous community support of the Tri-Cities Cancer Center Foundation.