One of the best things that ever happened to 14-year-old Will Mishler (pictured with his mom, Amy) was hurting his neck playing football, because led to his cancer diagnosis. After surgery in September 2012, Will does not need chemotherapy or radiation, but is having some complications from the surgery. Your donations allowed United Cancer to help the Mishler family pay $1,000 toward their insurance deductible. Thank you for your support!
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The Circle of Friends Compassion Walk Team organizes a spaghetti dinner fundraiser at Harrison Landing. Here are some folks checking in...
Our major sponsors of United Cancer. Their matriarch, Marilyn Culver, always said during her cancer treatment at the family needs to help all those people she saw who need financial assistance... and the family is living up to her wishes.
Sisters of the Nile Belly Dancers entertain the crowd at the 2012 Compassion Walk. The Walk brought almost 900 people and earned $63,000! Thanks for all your great help!
Middlebury Walks for a Cure, our breast cancer walk celebrating breast cancer awareness month, brings lots of people who want to have fun and help their neighbors along the way.
United Cancer helps cancer patients with financial aid, but by helping them plan for their time in treatment and connecting them to resources that they don't know about, United Cancer makes a huge impact for Elkhart County area cancer patients.
Taking place on April 17, 6:30 AM to 9:30 AM. Free and discounted screenings available at IU Health Goshen for patients registering in advance. Space is limited and appointments are required. Call 877-566-4660
The winner of the 43” TV this year is a family who benefited from United Cancer. Pictured in her dad’s arms, Teagan Donoho is a four-year cancer survivor. Teagan’s Polar Bears, have raised funds & jumped for several years, & they raised $1,097! Todd is donating the TV to the U of M hospital’s “Family Room” on the children’s cancer floor. Pictured from left is UC’s Peter Norton, Raven, Teagan (in her dad’s arms), Todd & Madeline Donoho. The Leap raised $18,000 & brought 600 people. Tremendous thanks to Pete’s Simonton Lake Tavern, 103.9 FM the Bear, and all the great leapers, watchers, donors & volunteers who make The Leprechaun Leap so successful!
It's Compassion Walk Time!
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The Compassion Walk is our signature event bringing together survivors, their families and friends to help raise funds for United Cancer. The Walk will be Saturday May 4, with doors opening at the Elkhart YMCA at 9am & the 1 mile & 3 mile walks beginning at 10am.
No Need to register, just come on down to the YMCA at 200 E. Jackson, Elkhart on Saturday morning at 9am and we will register you there!
Don't forget to create your personalized Compassion Walk webpage. With just a post to Facebook, your friends can support your Walk effort! It's a quick and easy way to support local cancer patients!