The Cancer Benefit Fund is a non-profit organization that raises funds to support new and innovative cancer research
and organizations that specialize in the treatment and care for patients and families currently living with cancer.
The Cancer Benefit Fund
1900 Rush Lake Trail, Suite 422
New Brighton, Minnesota 55112
Join us at Surly Brewing Company on September 22
as we "Raise One to Save One!"
Join us as we "Raise One to Save One" at Surly Brewing Company,
and support cancer care and research in Minnesota!
Enjoy Surly's own beer and specialty cocktails, amazing food created by Surly's
award-winning chef, a silent auction, games and music from Monroe Crossing!
Thursday, September 22, 2016
5:00 PM to 8:00 PM
Surly Brewing Company
$10,000 donation to help cancer survivors
St. Paul, MN – Aug. 24, 2015 – Cancer survivors face a myriad of challenges from both their cancer and their treatments. The Cancer Benefit Fund in St. Paul just donated $10,000 for a new HealthEast Cancer Survivorship program that will help cancer survivors and their families transition from their cancer and treatment to long-term optimal health.
This new cancer survivorship program, which starts on September 1, 2015, will care for as many as two hundred local breast and colorectal cancer survivors who were treated at HealthEast in the past two years. “Thank you for your wonderful contribution in support of the HealthEast Cancer Survivorship Program,” said John Poulson, HealthEast Foundation. “This first gift will help HealthEast Cancer Care begin constructing the Survivorship Care Plan for each of our patients.”
The Cancer Benefit Fund is a non-profit organization of dedicated volunteers, which has raised nearly $900,000 to support cancer care and research in Minnesota. “With your help, we can continue our fight against cancer and continue to help provide cancer care to local patients and their families,” said Deb Tomczyk, Board Chair Cancer Benefit Fund.
The Cancer Benefit Fund’s $10,000 donation will help fund the development and implementation of this new evidence-based cancer survivorship program. It’s designed to help breast and colorectal cancer survivors live beyond cancer and long-term survivorship.