Noble Youth Baseball has teamed up with York
Hospital to host its annual Strike Out
Cancer day with proceeds to benefit The
Living Well With Cancer Fund.
The Living Well
With Cancer Fund at York Hospital helps meet the very real and immediate needs of
cancer patients by focusing on their well-being, health and quality of
life. There are those cancer patients,
some on very limited incomes, enduring chemotherapy treatments, who find they not
only lose their hair, but also their self-esteem. This special fund provides
them with the means to purchase a wig, along with a gas card to drive to the
appointments…and maybe even oil to heat their homes during an endless New
England winter. Your gift may also provide exercise classes or physical
rehabilitation services, or a massage therapy treatment especially designed for
a cancer patient following surgery.
following programs will be supported by the generosity of Noble Youth Baseball and community members like you:
Assistance to help relieve some of the financial burden during cancer
due to a leave of absence from work and lost income, or for
living on a fixed income—we offer help with gas and grocery gift cards,
fuel assistance, car payments.
Groups that provide emotional and psychological support for those
and families coping with a cancer diagnosis.
and Wellness Classes that enhance strength and flexibility;
Guidance by certified nutritionists;
and Head scarves for those suffering hair loss during cancer treatment;
Therapy by those professionally trained in post-operative cancer
click here to make a donation!
you for doing something tangible to
help people you know and some you don’t… in turn helping us at York Hospital to
love and care for all who enter our
doors, in the way that helps them most!
For more information about The
Living Well With Cancer Fund, contact our Medical Oncology Social Worker Susan
Kelly-Westman, York Hospital 207-475-1167.