A special “Thanks!” Lisa Georgiana Director of The Center for Service & Learning at St. Francis University for an outstanding Sideline Cancer collaborative presentation consisting of the various initiatives at SFU that are actively involved in Cancer Advocacy and Awareness!
Morgan Jennings, an intern for the GFF/Sideline Cancer, is a member of the California University of Pennsylvania Women’s Basketball Team. For Relay for Life, Morgan introduced Sideline Cancer as an idea for a fundraiser to her team.
Cathy Griffith was recently awarded a local Jefferson Award because of The Griffith Family Foundation and Sideline Cancer’s efforts to raise awareness for pancreatic cancer and to raise funding for pancreatic cancer research.
The Griffith Family Foundation’s 7th Annual Sideline Pancreatic Cancer Dinner will be featuring two very special guest speakers. On Friday, July 29th, we will hear from Grace Vera Zetz (pictured on the right) and her daughter Josie (in the picture below).
Singer-songwriter, Erin Willett, will be attending our 7th Annual Sideline Pancreatic Cancer Dinner and will perform her hit song ‘Out of The Darkness’ as well as our Sideline Cancer theme song: Journey’s ‘Don’t Stop Believing’.”
During this years Pancreatic Cancer Action Network’s Advocacy Days, Sideline Cancer received some very public attention from two prominent pancreatic cancer advocates. Pamela Acosta Marquardt (left) and Grace Zetz (right) took a moment in their busy schedules to pose in front of our Nation’s Capital with a Sideline Cancer T-shirt to show their support for Sideline Cancer.