SPRINGFIELD – Baystate Health Foundation’s annual Sun rays of Hope walk/run fund-raiser, that has netted nearly $14 million from participants meant for area programs and strategy to cancer of the breast survivors in addition to look for a cure, takes happens, rain or shine, on Sunday, March. 22.
Any event participant must raise a minimum of $50 to get a Sun rays of Hope T-shirt as supplies last on that day.
Happens program begins at 9:45 a.m., with survivor photo at 10 a.m.
All monies elevated remain local and therefore are administered through the Baystate Health Foundation to help patients as well as their families impacted by cancer of the breast.
The 2010 other major sponsors include Baystate Breast & Wellness Center, Baystate Breast Specialists, Radiology & Imaging, Chicopee Savings Charitable Foundation, Gale Toyota, Kinsley Power Systems, Westfield Bank, USA Hauling & Recycling Corporation., and Zasco Productions.
This past year, some 23 Big Wig participants elevated $30,000, based on organizers.
To learn more, call (413) 794-8001 or go to the website.
Midje Theulen, a 19-year-breast-cancer survivor, chairs the 2010 walk-run.