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'Shopping to Remember’ luncheon raises $13,000 for Banner Alzheimer’s Institute
PHOENIX, Ariz. (April 13, 2010) – The Women’s Council of the Banner Alzheimer’s Institute (BAI), a dedicated group of community volunteers committed to raising funds and awareness on behalf of the nonprofit Banner Alzheimer’s Foundation, hosted the fashion-inspired fundraising event Shopping to Remember generating $13,000 in support of programs and services for Alzheimer’s disease patients and their families.
Relief available for Arizonans struggling to pay for medications
PHOENIX (March 30, 2010) – When Jim Stewart of Scottsdale was diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease at age 41, his family had some tough choices to make. “Do I pay for electric or do I pay for medications to help me function?” said Stewart. “That is what my family was facing – we had very little income and no insurance. I kept hoping I could find help somewhere.”
Generous donation creates Sterling cancer center
STERLING, Colo. (Dec.16, 2008) -- Sterling Regional MedCenter and Banner Health today announced the construction of a local Cancer Center made possible by the generosity of Sterling residents Frank and Gloria Walsh. The Walshes have provided Sterling Regional MedCenter and the Banner Health Foundation with a gift of $8.8 million to build the David Walsh Cancer Center at Sterling Regional MedCenter on the Sterling campus.
Banner Childrens Hospital record donation
MESA, Ariz. (Nov. 21, 2008) -- These days it can be hard to find a positive story amidst the economic woes of the country. However, a long-time Mesa family is doing its part in making a difference in the health of children in their community and for kids throughout Arizona with a record $10 million gift to The Banner Health Foundation that will support hospital pediatric care.
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