Foundation receives donations for breast cancer awareness

December 02, 2022 

HSHS St. Anthony’s Foundation recently received a number of donations from area businesses through their Real Men Wear Pink campaign in October for breast cancer awareness. These donations will go towards HSHS St. Anthony’s Women’s Wellness Center to support their patients.  HSHS St. Anthony’s Foundation is extremely grateful to these businesses for supporting the women in our area living with breast cancer.

Photo Caption (above): Jansen’s Heating and Air and Pizza Man raised funds through a combined effort in October. Pizza Man donated $550 to the campaign through donating $1 for every large pizza sold on Wednesdays in October. Jansen’s not only donated $10 for every service call, $15 for every indoor air quality product and $50 for every new HVAC system installation, but also matched Pizza Man’s donation dollar-for-dollar for a total donation of $5,280. Shown left to right: Mike Janis, St. Anthony’s executive director of professional services; Ashley Davis, St. Anthony’s Women’s Wellness nurse navigator; Greg Addis, owner of Pizza Man; Troy Jansen, owner of Jansen’s Heating and Air; Michael Wall, St. Anthony’s director of philanthropy; and Chad Markham, St. Anthony’s president and CEO. 

Crossroads Bank donationPhoto Caption: Crossroads Bank raised $500 by allowing their employees to wear jeans on Fridays in October for a contribution. Shown left to right: Ashley Golden, retail bank manager; Eric Zeller, bank president and CEO; Michael Wall, St. Anthony’s director of philanthropy; Hutson Coventry, bank compliance specialist; Ashley Davis, St. Anthony’s Women’s Wellness nurse navigator; Bridgette Skees, bank operations manager; Rob Zumbahlen, bank teller; and Becky McGee, bank assistant vice-president.

 

 

Legacy Harley Davidson donationPhoto Caption: Legacy Harley-Davidson raised $1,000 for the breast cancer month campaign through two events held in October in honor of Olivia Newton-John.  One event included a motorcycle ride up to Lake Decatur and the second was their “In the Pink” event with activities such as Merle Norman facials and Green Creamery ice cream and the Wurst Weiner hot dogs sales, along with selling Pink Lady and T-Bird Shirts inspired by the movie Grease. Shown left to right: Paul Gutman, owner of Legacy Harley-Davidson and Legacy Recreational Vehicles; Ashley Davis, St. Anthony’s Women’s Wellness nurse navigator; and Michael Wall, St. Anthony’s director of philanthropy.

 

 

Webster Tire donationPhoto Caption: Webster Tire and Auto Service raised funds for breast cancer patients by donating $5 from each oil change done during the month of October. From their 132 oil changes, they donated $660 to the Women’s Wellness Center. Shown left to right: Michael Wall, St. Anthony’s director of philanthropy; Jessica Polk, Webster Tire and Auto’s director of finance and administration; Phil Webster, Webster Tire and Auto owner; Ashley Davis, St. Anthony’s Women’s Wellness nurse navigator; and Mike Janis, St. Anthony’s executive director of professional services.

For more information about the HSHS St. Anthony’s Foundation, contact Michael Wall, Director of Philanthropy, at 217-347-1854, or email michael.wall@hshs.org

Foundation receives donations for breast cancer awareness