(Torrington, CT) – Charlotte Hungerford Hospital (CHH) was pleased to accept a $8,000 donation from Torrington Big Y to benefit the Hospital’s Pink Rose Breast Cancer Fund. The donation is a portion of Big Y’s 9th Annual Partners of Hope Campaign which raises money at its stores throughout Connecticut and Massachusetts to distribute to individual communities and charities in the communities they serve.
CHH Early Detection Program Outreach Coordinator Damaris Sierra and CHH Breast Health Nurse Navigators Leslie Handelman, R.N., and Tammy Rouleau, R.N., recently received an $8,000 check from Big Y Torrington Store Director Tracy Lambertson to be used in their efforts to assist local women diagnosed with breast cancer.
“This generous gift is a much needed contribution to this critical fund for women in Northwest Connecticut. We are extremely grateful for the support Big Y has provided to help local women facing the challenges of breast cancer.” said Handelman.
Since 1996, the Pink Rose Fund has provided community outreach, education, free early detection screenings, radiation therapy tops and post-surgical garments to women in Northwest Connecticut. The Pink Rose Program provides coordinated access to services related to breast cancer patients by offering one on one education and support by a certified R.N. Nurse Navigator.
“Thank you for all you do for awareness, research, and support of Breast Cancer. We know that both our employees and our customers appreciate your efforts.” said Big Y Torrington Store Director Tracy Lambertson.
The Charlotte Hungerford Hospital is a 109 bed, general acute care hospital located in Torrington, Connecticut, that serves as a regional health care resource for 100,000 residents of Litchfield County and Northwest Connecticut. CHH offers personalized attention from an expert team of caregivers and physicians that utilize advanced technology and clinical partnerships in a convenient, safe and comfortable patient environment. One-Thousand Caregivers, One Job, Your Health. Visit www.charlottehungertford.org for information.
(LtoR) CHH Early Detection Program Outreach Coordinator Damaris Sierra and CHH Breast Health Nurse Navigators Leslie Handelman, R.N., and Tammy Rouleau, R.N., received an $8,000 check from Big Y Torrington Store Director
Tracy Lambertson to be used in their efforts to assist local women diagnosed with breast cancer.