working together with our community

Because of the generosity of our donors and the support of the Dayton region, we have been able to give back over $1 million to the local community, impacting more than 13,000 lives.

Our Work

A list of our funded programs include the following:

Funded the creation of Dayton’s first Tumor Tissue Bank, providing the fundamental building block for cancer research in our community
Funded the Exercise and Nutrition program at Soin Medical Center and Greene Memorial, support cancer patients undergoing chemotherapy
Provided funding for the purchase of new, state-of-the-art, breast cancer imaging equipment across the Premier Health network of hospitals
Funded a research grant to study the effects of treating pre-surgical anemia prior to tumor retraction surgery
Established the Gala of Hope Precision Medicine Fund at Dayton Children's
Funded a research grant to analyze the effects of exercise and nutrition on patients receiving chemotherapy treatment
Provided critical funding for new equipment in Dayton Children's Oncology Department
Funded medical massage therapy to over 2,000 cancer patients throughout the Kettering Health Network
Provided funding to the Pink Ribbon Girls to purchase a new car used to transport women to and from their cancer treatments
Supported the Together We Fight mission at Dayton Children's to supply care packages to the families of newly diagnosed cancer patients
Funded the creation of the Childhood Cancer & Exercise Program at Maple Tree Cancer Alliance
Provided funding to publish cancer journals that were distributed to over 2,000 newly diagnosed cancer patients across Premier Health’s network of hospitals
Provided funding for a new Mobile Mammography Unit for Premier Health that has served over 1,200 patients across the Miami Valley
Provided funding to the Pink Ribbon Girls in their mission to help provide meals, rides & house cleanings for women dealing with breast cancer
Provided funding for a new Digital Mammography Unit at Grandview Medical Center
Provided funding for two new Bronchoscopy Probes at Grandview Medical Center