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Hearts of Gold 2016, Six Years of Caring and Curing, was a time of celebration, information and inspiration as we raised funds for adolescent and young adult cancer care and research. We shared the difference your donations are making in research, breakthrough treatments and care, and thanked those who are making a difference in the lives of AYAs battling cancer. Our speaker was Meg Brown, former UT Women’s Basketball player and young adult cancer survivor. We are grateful for Meg’s story and her encouraging words about overcoming adversity.
Thank you to all who participated!! You ALL have Hearts of Gold!!
Angie Donahue and Lisa Queralt
THANK YOU TO OUR GENEROUS 2016 SPONSORS!
Radiology Associates of North Texas
Baylor Scott & White All SaintsMedical Center-Fort Worth
Cook Children’s Medical Center
Donna Henderson Craft
Vickie and Dan Dunkelberg
Carol and Monroe Henderson
Christina and Mark Johnson
Mary Crowley Cancer Research Center
Moncrief Cancer Institute
UNT Health Science Center
Ricky and Ellen Brantley
Teresa Brownlie, Bea Kutzler and Angela Yonke
Delynn and Ted Crofford
Debbie Daniel and Mary Jane Edwards
Dr. Andras Lacko
Angela Donahue and Cindy McLaughlin
Freese & Nichols, Inc.
Martha J Fry
Runa Ghosh and Marina Beasley
Sarah and Kyle Kight
Cindy and Sam Mosier
Lindy Penny, Patricia Ryan and Allison Wagner
Martha Prioleau and Molly Reid
Tamara Reese and Carolyn Roberts
Mary Lou and John Ryan
Lisa and John Sarvadi
Chad and Mimi Stephens
Fort Worth, Texas Magazine
Kearley and Associates
THANK YOU TO ALL OF OUR SILENT AUCTION DONORS!!
Todd and Natalie Brown
Mark and Sylvia Bussey
Carol Henderson Gallery
Jeff and Martha Ekberg
Nikki Green, DDS
Worth New York-Susan Dunkel and Stephanie House
Meg Brown — former UT basketball player, author, cancer survivor, and celebrated speaker — tells the passionate, remarkable and spellbinding story of how she overcame a life-and-death battle with cancer — turning devastation and adversity into an uplifting, life-transforming experience with dignity and grace as she reveals her secrets of surviving a nearly fatal bout with non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma.
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The Rutledge Foundation is a 501(C)(3) public charity, IRS Tax ID 27-5035825