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  • Pink Party marks fourth successful year for Bonnie’s Bus

    Pink Party marks fourth successful year for Bonnie’s Bus

    The fourth annual Pink Party to benefit the Bonnie Wells Wilson Mobile Mammography Program (Bonnie’s Bus) was a huge success. Nearly 200 attendees, wearing their favorite shades of pink, enjoyed a special evening at Touchdown Terrace at Milan Puskar Stadium on November 13 to support one of their favorite causes – Bonnie’s Bus. “Thank you for being so supportive,” Jo Statler told the crowd. “Because you are here, that tells me you have big hearts.” She and her husband Ben made a generous gift to the WVU Cancer Institute eight years ago to establish the mobile mammography program, named after Jo’s late mother, Bonnie Wells Wilson.

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  • Toothman Ford makes $14K donation to Cancer Institute to fight breast cancer

    Toothman Ford makes $14K donation to Cancer Institute to fight breast cancer

    Toothman Ford in Grafton continues to be a strong voice for breast cancer awareness while faithfully supporting the work of the WVU Cancer Institute to defeat the disease. During its annual breast cancer awareness campaign this October, the dealership raised $14,000 for research, treatment and recovery at the Cancer Institute.

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  • WVU Day of Giving brings in more than $88,000 for Cancer Institute

    We did it!  The WVU Cancer Institute far exceeded its goal during the first WVU Day of Giving, a 24-hour online fundraising event to support WVU’s greatest priorities and opportunities. The Cancer Institute goal was to have 100 donors participate to secure a $20,000 match from Cancer Institute leadership. We had 177 donors and raised more than $88,000 for the Cancer Institute.  Additionally, the Cancer Institute received the fourth highest participation university wide, behind Engineering and Mineral Resources, Business and Economics and Education and Human Services, respectively.

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