Gift of $21,500 from Pine2Pink to Benefit Breast Cancer Patients at Grand View Health

April 18th, 2022  Topics: Press Release

Vickie Keeler, Director, Cancer Services, Grand View Health; Marianne Fenimore, Pine2Pink Board Member, Keith’s mother and a breast cancer survivor; Keith Fenimore, Executive Director, Pine2Pink; Monique Gary, DO, Medical Director, Grand View Health Cancer Program; Kim Rabago, Oncology Social Worker, Grand View Health; Jacki Winderman, RN, BSN, Breast Cancer Navigator, Grand View Health.

For years, Keith Fenimore and his Pine2Pink Foundation has worked tirelessly to support breast cancer patients throughout Bucks County. Recently, Pine2Pink presented Grand View Health with a generous gift of $21,500 that will benefit breast cancer patients who receive care at the health system.

The check presentation was made at the Kin Wellness & Support Center in Buckingham Township. Grand View Health is an official healthcare sponsor of Kin, a donation-funded center that delivers free non-medical lifestyle needs to all cancer patients in Bucks County, including patients from Grand View Health.

About Pine2Pink

Pine2Pink is a charitable, 501(c)(3) non-profit Foundation, which was established in 2018. Pine2Pink’s core mission is to raise money from local communities that will benefit their local breast cancer patients. Pine2Pink strives to reinvent fundraising and innovate within the non-profit space. By the Community. For the Community.

You can also visit Pine2Pink on Facebook and Instagram @Pine2Pink

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About KIN

Kin is an all-inclusive 5,000 sq. ft. retreat, offering support, fitness, therapy and integrative inspired by Corinne Sikora. The Center is FREE to Bucks County, PA residents battling cancer regardless of where they are receiving treatment, and also welcomes family and caregivers. Kin is made possible through generous donations from the local Bucks County Community. Kin’s mission is to help people find calm and peace and center themselves in a restorative environment. We strive to help bring people to a place where they feel empowered to manage their diagnosis through treatment, recovery and beyond. Kin is run and operated through the non-profit Main St. Missions 501(c)(3). By the Community. For the Community.