Grant to Fund Courtesy Transportation
Venard Campbell (third from left), Pre-Hospital Coordinator at St.Clair Hospital, accepts a $1,000 grant from Joseph King, (second from left) President of the Mt. Lebanon Community Endowment to support the Hospital's Courtesy Van Transportation Program.
The program, funded entirely with generous donations from the community, shuttles individuals who do not have access to transportation to their medical appointments. Pictured with Venard and Joseph and one of the Foundation-sponsored Courtesy vans are, left to right: Audrey Bode, Executive Director of the Endowment; Mike Blehar, a Board Member of the Endowment; Rick Lerach, Vice President of the Endowment, and Kristen Beattie, Manager, Organizational Advancement, St. Clair Hospital Foundation.
Pink Out Champions!
Local organizations and schools rally to join the fight against Breast Cancer and support the St. Clair Hospital Breast Care Center.
It what has quickly become an October tradition, eight area school districts teamed with the St. Clair Hospital Foundation to raise funds for the Hospital’s Breast Care Centers during Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Students at Bethel Park, Chartiers Valley, Keystone Oaks, Mt. Lebanon, Montour, Peters Township, South Park and Upper St. Clair sold signature St. Clair pink bandannas at “Pink Out” football games, bake sales and throughout their respective districts, raising a combined $5,000 to support St. Clair Hospital’s Breast Care centers. The centers offer education, early detection, 3D mammography, treatment and surgical services. The funds support charitable programs and services for women in our community, including free mammograms for the uninsured. Each school was presented with a Pink Out Champions plaque as a thank you for the students’ generosity and hard work.
Brews Brothers Six-Pack Emporium
Brews Brothers raised over $2,000 at its second annual Oktoberfest event to support the Breast Care Center. This two-day event included local Oktoberfest brews and food trucks.
Montour School District
Members of Montour High School's Cure Finders sold 1,000 pink bandannas during their "Pink Out Week" at various Montour schools and at Montour’s home football game against Blackhawk in October. The Cure Finders raised $1,000 to support the St. Clair Hospital Breast Care Center. Members Nick Yanosick, Gabi Totino, and Kellie O'Toole, and Alex Yanosick presented a check to St. Clair Hospital in front of the student body.
Mt. Lebanon High School
Students from Mt. Lebanon High School raised $1,500 during October’s Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Bandanas were sold at the school and during their “Pink Out” football game in October. Students received a thank you plaque from St. Clair Hospital Foundation’s Director of Annual Giving and Stewardship Matt Hiser. Mt. Lebanon students pictured left to right are: Sarah Walters; Annie McGonigle; Corrine Repcheck; Marigrace Moses; Fabi Shipley.
South Park High School students sold over 500 bandanas during their “Pink Out” activities. Students of the Interact Club at South Park led the effort and raised $550 to support St. Clair Hospital’s Breast Care Center. South Park students Molly Saylor, Katie Schultz, and Alexia Cardigis presented a check to Kristen Beattie of St. Clair Hospital Foundation during their Interact Club meeting in November.
Keystone Oaks students sold over 500 bandanas during their “Pink Out” activities in October. Members of Student Senate led the effort and raised $500 to support St. Clair Hospital’s Breast Care Center. Student Senate members presented a check to St. Clair Hospital during their meeting in November.