$150,000 in grants will be divided among eight organizations to educate communities and health professionals and deliver free screenings and counselling.
Editor's Note: This article originally appeared on Medline's website.
Medline and the Medline Foundation today awarded eight nonprofit organizations with grants to increase awareness, early detection, prevention and/or treatment of breast cancer through Medline’s Community Impact Grant Program for Breast Cancer Awareness.
“We are very impressed by the overwhelming number and quality of applicants we’ve seen this year, and are proud to partner with organizations all across the country that are working tirelessly to eradicate breast cancer and improve the care of patients affected by it,” says Karen Frey, senior philanthropy manager at Medline. “Medline’s Community Impact Grant Program is one of the many ways we show these hardworking groups that we see you, we believe in you, and we support you and the patients you serve.”
The goal of Medline’s Community Impact Grant Program for Breast Cancer Awareness is to give grants to organizations actively working to address breast cancer-related challenges, including those related to prevention, early detection, improving patient care or enhancing the quality of life for breast cancer patients and survivors. 2019 recipients include the following organizations: Click here to continue>>
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