PRLog - Feb. 24, 2012 - ORMOND BEACH, Fla. -- DAYTONA BEACH – Daytona State College’s five campuses raised more than $2,100 for breast care for Volusia/Flagler women in-need through the Pink Army campaign.
Daytona State College accepts a plaque.
Sharon Lelfield, Daytona State College Chapter of Association of Florida Colleges Breast Cancer Awareness Month Chair, said the money was raised for the Florida Hospital Memorial Foundation. The funds will be used exclusively for uninsured or underinsured women’s screening mammograms, diagnostic testing and other treatment, regardless of the woman’s age.
“Hundreds of needy women who have lost their jobs, are without insurance or can’t afford high insurance co-pays ask us for help,” said Carol Rumer, Florida Hospital Imaging Center Manager. “Too often, grants from the government have age or other conditions preventing us from helping area women. These funds from Daytona State College allow us to help women who otherwise would not get the care they need.”
To contribute to the Florida Hospital Imaging Women’s Fund, call (386) 671-4785.
Left to right, Sharon Lelfield of Daytona State College, accepts a plaque of appreciation from by Carol Rumer, RT, Florida Hospital Imaging Center Operations Manager. The college’s five campuses raised more than $2,100 for breast care for Volusia/Flagler women in-need.
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Florida Hospital Volusia/Flagler is a nonprofit with a mission to extend the healing ministry of Christ. With five hospitals, Florida Hospital is the largest hospital system in Volusia and Flagler counties, caring for nearly 650,000 patients every year.