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The Sandy Area Chamber of Commerce created the Breast Cancer Prevention Program in 2011. This program helps uninsured women receive free mammograms. The program is co-sponsored by St. Mark’s Hospital and Utah JAZZ sportscaster Craig Bolerjack. Recently, Ginger Johnson, founder of Happy Chemo, donated $5,000 to the foundation!
How the Program Works
The free mammograms provided by St. Mark’s Hospital allow women to get a free mammogram screening. The Chamber then provides the financial costs, through its 501(c)(3) foundation, for a follow up diagnostic for those women whose mammogram tests positive. If breast cancer is confirmed, the Chamber, and its co-sponsors, help these women get access to additional services and funding for the care required.
Qualifications for the program:
Sponsors and Grants
Since the program’s inception in 2011, the Breast Cancer Prevention Program has received grants from Wal-Mart, Sam’s Club, and Coldwell Banker.
The program has also received anonymous donations from other corporations and individuals throughout the area.
Donating to the Breast Cancer Prevention Program
Your donations help provide care and save the lives of women in the area. If you would like to make a donation to the Chamber’s 501(c)(3) Foundation, please contact the Chamber office.
All donations go directly to the Chamber’s 501(c)(3) Foundation making them a charitable tax deduction.
Each year, the Sandy Area Chamber of Commerce holds the Craig Bolerjack Golf Classic. Money raised from the golf tournament goes to support the Breast Cancer Prevention Program.
If you know someone who qualifies for the free mammogram program, contact Donna at (801) 727-4501 or email email@example.com. If you would like to know more about the program, or make a donation to the Chamber’s Foundation, contact the Chamber office.
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