Annual Champions Fighting Cancer Walk
Our largest fundraiser. Each year since 2000, on the first Sunday in May, the Foundation has partnered with Signature Healthcare Foundation (Brockton Hospital) and held an Annual Champions Fighting Cancer Walk. Men and women, children and seniors, businesses and clubs come together and walk across Brockton to raise money to fight cancer in our community. To date the Walk has raised over $3,600,000 for cancer support!
Contributions and Support
In 2023 the Chrystine M. Sullivan Memorial Foundation awarded a total of $190,000 in grants to the following organizations:
The Ellie Fund was awarded $60,000. With these funds they were able to provide immediate, critical support services such as transportation to medical appointments, childcare, housekeeping, nutritional assistance, and prepared and delivered meals free of charge to local women going through breast cancer and their families.
Learn Live Love Cancer Outreach Organization was awarded $60,000 which will help assist women cancer patients who come to them seeking financial relief during their difficult time dealing with cancer - this could be for rent, mortgage, utilities, insurance, medical bills etc.
Hope Floats Healing & Wellness was awarded $50,000 to help with their mission of helping people cope with loss, supporting their healing and nurture their physical and emotional well being.
Looking and Feeling Fab awarded $20,000. This wonderful organization provides comfort to those with cancer, through integrative therapies, alleviating side effects and improving quality of life.
With a $10,000 donation in 2020, The Chrystine M. Sullivan Foundation has met it's pledge of $50,000 in to the new Comprehensive Cancer Care Center at Signature Healthcare Brockton Hospital. This facility opened in 2017, in partnership with Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, Harvard Medical Faculty and Vantage Oncology, this state-of-the-art cancer center has brought "Boston to Brockton" giving patients local access to the most modern and sophisticated treatment and technologies for diagnostic testing, chemotherapy, radiation therapy and immunotherapy - the new ideas just coming into the world.
The Foundation wants to continue Granting to these critical organizations with more funding so that they can continue with their mission of helping people and their families going through cancer.
TO DATE THE Chrystine M. Sullivan Memorial Foundation HAS AWARDED $2,209,229 IN GRANTS.
FOR MORE INFO ON THE GREAT WORK THE ORGANIZATIONS ABOVE ARE DOING PLEASE VISIT THEIR WEBSITES