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"Where, exactly, does my money go?" It's one of the first questions many people ask when they consider donating to a charity.
The June E. Nylen Cancer Center's Race for Hope has funded countless items, programs and services at the Cancer Center. And all of them have made a direct impact on patients getting their care in Sioux City.
For patients battling cancer, treatment can take several hours in some cases. So, to make it more comfortable, money raised from the Cancer Center's Race for Hope in the past has been used to buy these personal TV's and heated treatment chairs.
"The way we get the ideas – we poll patients and staff to see what it is they would like. 100% of the money from the Race for Hope goes to purchase items or fund programs here at the Cancer Center that directly benefit the patients and their families," says Race for Hope Volunteer Director, Jean Gill.
This year, among the items that will likely be purchased, are two new breast boards. Those are vital for treating breast cancer. They make sure the patient is positioned correctly, and is comfortable, during radiation treatment.
"That is something we were able to purchase many years ago when we were only able to purchase one item at a time because the race for so small. Now those boards need to be replaced, because it's been over 10 years," commented Gill.
This year's Race for Hope is Saturday, September 15th at the Adams Nature Preserve in McCook Lake. It's a 5K or 15K run/walk.
And, before then, on Thursday, August 15th is "Race for Hope" night at Chili's. From 4-8pm, 10% of your bill will go to the Cancer Center. There will also be honorary waiters that night, and their tips go to the cause, as well.