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Just in time for Childhood Cancer Awareness Month in September, Hyundai Hope on Wheels awarded Tucson’s University of Arizona Cancer Center a $100,000 Imagine Grant. Funds will support the Adolescent and Young Adult (AYA) Cancer Program, offering age-appropriate and patient-centered recreation and wellness activities focusing on the unique needs of adolescents and young adults (ages 13 – 39) during cancer treatment.Read More
Banner Health Foundation gratefully acknowledges Meritage Homes’ support to help build a Play Zone at Diamond Children’s Medical Center. Once completed, this bright, open space will give hospitalized kids a place away from their hospital room and treatment areas to relax, play, read, express themselves creatively, and explore their emotions.Read More
Banner Health Foundation gratefully acknowledges Hyundai Motor America’s support to help build a Play Zone at Diamond Children’s Medical Center. Once completed, this bright, open space will give hospitalized kids a place away from their hospital room and treatment areas to relax, play, read, express themselves creatively, and explore their emotions.Read More
The Big Pink Bus, a program of Banner MD Anderson Cancer Center, is honored to be the 2023 and 2024 beneficiary of The Board of Visitors Care Card program, Arizona’s largest retail fundraising event. Care Cards will go on sale in September for $60 and can be used during a 10-day shopping event, Oct. 20-29, for a 20% discount at 350+ Valley retailers and restaurants. Hitting the road this fall, The Big Pink Bus will bring lifesaving, mobile 3D mammography to women across the Valley.Read More
With socks being the most requested garment at homeless shelters, apparel maker Bombas donates so many pairs of new, premium socks that the brand is now known as much for their “buy one, give one” practice as they are for their products: high-quality socks, underwear, and t-shirts. It’s a simple philosophy: For every item purchased, a clothing item is donated by Bombas to a homeless shelter or homelessness-related charity.Read More