For the month of October, 24-Hour Medical Staffing Services (24HRMED) team members wore pink on Fridays to show their support for Breast Cancer Awareness Month. This is an annual campaign to increase awareness for the disease. So, for every team member who wore pink on Fridays, 24HRMED would donate $5 towards the cause.
24HRMED CEO & President Linda Stone is breast cancer survivor who was diagnosed in 1997. She has now been cancer free for 17 years. During lengthy recuperation, and her personal experience as a breast cancer survivor, she conceived the idea to create a business that focuses on the patient and the hospital. As a result, 24-Hour Medical Staffing Services was founded in 2000.
Knowing that this cause is deeply rooted in the history of 24HRMED, employees and the community came together to raise a total of $1,371 – all donations were given the City of Hope. City of Hope is a world leader in research and treatment for cancer, diabetes, and other life-threatening diseases.
Thank you everyone who supported, donated, and participated in City of Hope Walk for Hope!
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