Santa is Coming to Cherokee for Celebration of Lights

Categories: Event, Northside Hospital Foundation
Celebration of Lights happens on Friday, December 1, from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.  Northsiders, families, and the community is invited to enjoy the experience. Bundle up and enjoy local choral, dance and school performances, photos with Santa, free refreshments and many activities for children. You can purchase a tree light to provide funds for cancer patients who need rides to …

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Tennis Against Breast Cancer Raises over $230,000

Categories: Northside Hospital Foundation
WE ARE SERVING UP HOPE!  Over 1,000 metro Atlanta woman united on 117 tennis teams this October to raise money and awareness at Tennis Against Breast Cancer (TABC) 2017, a month-long fundraiser for the Northside Hospital Breast Care Program. This year Northside Hospital Foundation’s TABC raised over $230,000 to help save lives by funding mammograms and other …

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Polo Peaches Raise More Than $10k for Northside Hospital’s Breast Care Programs

Categories: Event, Fundraising, Northside Hospital Foundation, Tennis Against Breast Cancer
In an effort to fundraise for their Tennis Against Breast Cancer Team, the Polo Peaches hosted the Second Annual Polo Ladies TABC event on September 23, 2017. The Polo Peaches surpassed their goal of $10,000 by raising a grand total of $10,230 for Tennis Against Breast Cancer benefiting Northside Hospital’s Breast Care Program. The event consisted of …

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Jewels With A Purpose

Categories: Event, Fundraising, Northside Hospital Foundation, Wine Women & Shoes
Meet Victoria Rosetti, a dual contributor to Wine Women & Shoes Atlanta as both a host committee member and a Marketplace vendor with her exclusive and affordable jewelry collection, Pure Inspired Jewels With A Purpose. Victoria’s best friend is an Ovarian Cancer Survivor but her grandmother was not as fortunate and was taken by the …

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Claire Thevenot Survivor Spotlight

Categories: Northside Hospital Foundation, Survivor Stories
Claire Thevenot, a 51-year-old Oncology Certified Nurse at Northside Hospital, discovered she had stage 4 metastatic breast cancer just months after a routine mammogram. As a nurse working in Oncology for over seven years, Claire said she had a feeling about her diagnosis due to physical indicators such as a protracted nipple and more prominence …

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