Pink Alliance Breast Cancer Support Group Receives Gift From A Corporate Sponsor Of The Cancelled Surviving & Thriving Luncheon

Photo courtesy of CHI St. Joseph Health of the check presentation to members of the Pink Alliance breast cancer support organization on November 12, 2020 (L-R) Kay McWhorter, Heather Bush, Jeannie Kipp, Doris Light, and Debbie Dunlap.
Photo courtesy of CHI St. Joseph Health of the check presentation to members of the Pink Alliance breast cancer support organization on November 12, 2020 (L-R) Kay McWhorter, Heather Bush, Jeannie Kipp, Doris Light, and Debbie Dunlap.

The cancellation of this year’s largest fundraiser for the Pink Alliance breast cancer support organization did not stop a corporate sponsor from making a contribution.

Pink Alliance officials recently accepted a $7,500 dollar check from CHI St. Joseph Health.

This fall would have marked Pink Alliance’s 18th annual Surviving and Thriving luncheon, which provides a reminder of the importance of regular screenings and early detection.

News release from CHI St. Joseph Health:

St. Joseph Health is proud to support Pink Alliance with a donation of $7,500 that was presented on Thursday, November 12, 2020, in the Healing Garden at St. Joseph Health Regional Hospital in Bryan, TX.

Traditionally, St. Joseph Health is a sponsor of the annual Surviving & Thriving luncheon, the Pink Alliance’s largest fundraiser.

The Surviving & Thriving Annual Luncheon reminds us each year of the importance of regular screenings and early detection.

Due to guidelines set in place to help keep the Brazos Valley community healthy during the COVID-19 pandemic, the luncheon was not held this year.

St Joseph Health is proud to support this community organization, and with these funds, Pink Alliance will have the ability