Laurie’s Ride 2016, Sunday, June 26, 2016

Laurie’s Ride for Breast Cancer (2016) will be held on Sunday, June 26, 2016!

Laurie’s Ride has donated thousands of dollars to the New Hampshire Breast Cancer Coalition Support Services Fund.  The support helps patients going through treatment who are struggling to keep up with daily living expenses.  One hundred percent of donations go directly to the patients in need.  The ride travels through the scenic back roads of Southern New Hampshire, with a Police Escort from beginning to end, and returns for a meal, door prizes, raffles and music.

Date:  Sunday, June 26, 2016

Location:  Starting and ending at AJ’s Sports Bar & Grille, on Tracy Lane in Hudson, NH

To ride:  $25 per driver / $15 per passenger

Register:    http://www.lauriesride.org

 

 

May 2016

Please visit your Hannaford Stores at 79 Bicentennial Drive in Manchester, NH and at 833 Central Avenue, Dover, NH and help support NHBCC!

For the month of May 2016, the New Hampshire Breast Cancer Coalition will receive a $1 donation from each purchase of a specially designed blue Good Karma reusable bag at Hannaford in Manchester and Dover, NH.

Visit your store … head straight for the reusable bag rack …  and grab a few of the bags with the good karma design.

“NHBCC is proud to have been selected to benefit from the Hannaford Helps Reusable Bag Program,” said Nancy Ryan, President, NHBCC. “NHBCC relies almost entirely on community fundraising events and the generosity of companies like Hannaford to support our work.”

Hannaford Helps Reusable Bag sales was designed to create revenue streams for deserving local nonprofits like the New Hampshire Breast Cancer Coalition.

For more information on the Hannaford Helps Reusable Bag Program, visit hannaford.bags4mycause.com or facebook.com/hhbagprogram.

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Since NHBCC designed and launched the Support Services Fund (SSF) in 2006, we have assisted over 500 New Hampshire breast cancer patients navigate difficult and trying financial crises during their breast cancer treatment. The SSF is a fund of last resort for women, men and families who need help paying for the basic necessities of daily living, so they can focus on their breast cancer treatment and getting well. A month’s rent, heating oil or propane, utilities, car repair, child-care, a medical co-pay or COBRA — expenses many of us take for granted — are a few of the expenses that the SSF covers. This program is made possible only by the support and generosity of individuals, businesses and corporations who want to help. As an all-volunteer organization, NHBCC puts every SSF dollar to use immediately to assist patients and make a meaningful difference in their lives. If you, or someone you know, is battling breast cancer and might need financial assistance from the NHBCC Sup-port Services Fund, visit our web site (nhbcc.org) to download an application form. Complete the one page application and take it to your social worker to sign. NHBCC is here to help.

NHBCC receives requests for more financial expenses than we are currently capable of fulfilling. With your support, NHBCC can provide additional critical financial aid to breast cancer patients in need. To help, visit www.nhbcc.org.

Year

Amount Requested

Amount Authorized

2014

$172,578

$82,000

2013

$ 67,126

$45,069

2012

$204,955

$47,631

2011

$112,070

$60,018

2010

$180,777

$36,922

2009

$ 28,076

$11,629

2008

$ 88,168

$12,881

February 16, 2016

The New Hampshire Breast Cancer Coalition (NHBCC) thanks Townsquare Media, WOKQ 97.5 and The Shark 102.1 & 105.3 for honoring our organization with the 2016 “Year of Service Award.”

NHBCC will use this opportunity to inform New Hampshire residents about our mission, to strengthen our network, to assist New Hampshire breast cancer patients and to help end breast cancer for all!

Thank you from all of us at NHBCC and congratulations to eight other non-profit organizations for receiving quarterly awards from Townsquare Media!

 

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pIC2smFrom the San Antonio Breast Cancer Symposium, a poster presentation titled The City of Hope Breast Cancer Survivorship Study:  A Longitudinal Look at Symptoms.  Women with breast cancer are enrolled at diagnosis then followed over time to assess symptoms and side effects of treatment, what Dr. Susan Love terms “collateral damage.”  It is time to pay attention to the difficulties and needs of survivors.

Dr. Ismail JatoiDr. Ismail Jatoi discusses mastectomy vs. lumpectomy plus radiation at the 2015 San Antonio Breast Cancer Symposium.  The meeting has over 7,000 attendees, including many National Breast Cancer Coalition advocates!

Merchants2SM MerchantsSMOn December 4, 2015, Merchant’s Auto in Hooksett, New Hampshire, made a terrific donation to the New Hampshire Breast Cancer Coalition to support our work and mission.  Kudos to all the staff and customers who participated in this fundraising effort!

 

Pictured: (LEFT) Nancy Ryan (NHBCC President); Lucie Chakmakas (NHBCC Board Member); Adam Secore (General Manager, Merchants); and Karyn Jennings (NHBCC Board Member).

(RIGHT) Nancy Ryan (NHBCC President) presenting a plaque of appreciation to Scott Reinert, Merchant’s Internet Sales Manager.

 

LaZboyLa-Z-Boy and Fallon’s Furniture extended their Breast Cancer Awareness Month fundraiser this year and recently presented NHBCC with a generous donation for the NHBCC Support Services Fund.  Our sincere thanks to Stephen and Linda Newell and to all staff and customers for their ongoing support of the Support Services Fund, which benefits breast cancer patients in New Hampshire who need assistance with the critical expenses of daily living.

Pictured here for the check presentation are (left to right) Nancy Ryan, NHBCC President, with staff Rachael Manfra, Jenna Guilmette and Deb Desrochers.

Kudos to Ron Currier’s Hilltop Chevrolet in Somersworth, New Hampshire, for raising $250.00 for the NHBCC Support Services Fund.

Thanks to Ron, Kylie, the staff and customers who helped to make this effort a success!

Pictured below from left to right are:  Kylie Goodwin (Hilltop Chevrolet), Nancy Ryan (NHBCC), and Jonathan from 102.1 and 105.3 The Shark, classic hits for the Seacoast!

 

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Visit Hilltop Chevrolet at:

Ron Currier’s Hilltop Chevrolet

 

Students and their families from the Kaizen Academy in Raymond, NH, raised $1,145.00 for the New Hampshire Breast Cancer Coalition this year through their “Pink Belts to Kick Breast Cancer” campaign.  Kudos to all!  NHBCC is grateful for your support!

 

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