Twin Tiers Komen associate announces extend awards – Elmira Star

The Susan G. Komen Twin Tiers Region will discharge $120,000 in village grants to 7 not-for-profit organizations within a nine-county use area this year.

The following programs have been comparison for appropriation by an eccentric grants row by a rival focus and examination process:

Adagio Health Inc.: Reducing screening barriers for women of Potter County, $15,000.

Maternal Family Health Services Inc.: Breast health initiative/screening and

education in Bradford and Tioga counties, $7,000.

Cancer Resource Center of a Finger Lakes: Post-treatment survivorship beginning in Tompkins County, $10,000.

Guthrie Clinic Sayre: High risk MRIs for uninsured or underinsured in New York and Pennsylvania counties, $15,000.

YWCA of Binghamton/Broome County: ENCOREplus breast cancer outreach,

education and advocacy, Broome and Tioga, N.Y. counties, $15,000.

Arnot Ogden Medical Center Falck Cancer Center: Reducing financial barriers to treatment, Twin Tiers Region, $15,000.

Soldiers Sailors Memorial Hospital: Tioga County, Pa. mammography screening, $12,500.

YWCA Elmira Twin Tiers: YWCA studious service fund, Chemung, Schuyler, Steuben counties, $15,000.

Fund for Women: Barriers to caring appropriation for women confronting breast cancer in Chemung, Schuyler, Steuben counties, $8,000.

S2AY Rural Health Network Inc.: Breast cancer support for Schuyler and Steuben counties, $7,500.

Outreach to a uninsured and underinsured, $12,500.

Since 2000, a Twin Tiers associate has distributed some-more than $1.2 million to area organizations to support breast cancer research, preparation and studious services.

For some-more information, call (607) 426-3405, or go to komentwintiers.org.

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