KiDS NEED MoRE hosted its annual gala in memory of Mitchell Kraeling on Aug. 20. at the Coral House in Baldwin.
Causing minimal disruption to the lives of children and their families is one of the goals of MSK Kids.
Benevolent bicyclists will roll out for a good cause in the inaugural Empire State Ride Long Island this summer to raise money for cancer research.
The Rockville Centre Breast Cancer Coalition (RVCBCC) held its first Golf and Tennis Outing on Monday, June 21 at the Seawane Golf Club in Hewlett. Money raised from the event goes directly toward helping the organization's recipients: women and men diagnosed with breast cancer in 2022.
Young graduates of The Morgan Center, an educational program for preschool-age children with cancer in Hicksville and Orlando, F.L., celebrated moving up with a virtual ceremony on June 9.
Members of the Daniela Conte Foundation hosted their first blood drive event on March 6 at St. Matthew’s Church in Dix Hills.
Long Island healthcare systems continue to raise the bar in care and treatment for patients facing a breast cancer diagnosis, enhancing their approach from an emotional, physical, and physiological perspective and making it more accessible overall.
The Nancy Marx Cancer Wellness Center at the Sid Jacobson Jewish Community Center in East Hills has been aiding those suffering from cancer since 2005.
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