A host of theatre actors will be part of Summit Health Cares’ Broadway Rocks Cancer concert December 16 at the Tower Theatre in Bend, Oregon. The 7 PM performance, which will raise funds to help provide comfort to patients and their families fighting cancer, will be hosted by Christopher J. Hanke (How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying, Cry-Baby). Hanke will be joined on stage by Alex Ellis (Catch Me if You Can, Titanique), Colin Hanlon (Falsettos, Rent), Jay Armstrong Johnson (Hair, On the Town), Natalie Joy Johnson (Kinky Boots, Legally Blonde), Tamika Lawrence (Caroline, or Change; Come from Away), Julia Murney (Wicked, The Wild Party), Joe Aaron Reid (Catch Me if You Can, Chicago), Conrad Ricamora (The King and I, Little Shop of Horrors), Adam Roberts (Pippin, Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark), and Elizabeth Stanley (Jagged Little Pill, On the Town).
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The best way to get into the holiday spirit is by enjoying holiday classics performed by Broadway’s hottest stars. And now you can! Summit Health Cares is proud to present Broadway Rocks Cancer, a benefit performance raising funds to help provide comfort to patients and their families fighting cancer. This year’s event is on Friday, December 16, 2022 at 7pm (PST) in Bend, OR, and will be hosted by the one and only, Christopher J. Hanke.
A team of 10 from Union High School raised over $1,500 last weekend participating in the Summit Challenge for Summit Health Cares an organization that offers multiple resources, providing comfort and easing stress and anxiety – all in an effort to increase quality of life and chances of survival. Union High School social studies teacher Nicholas Ferroni said the high school team raised more than $500 over this year’s goal of $1,000.
Summit Health Cares (SHC) and Girl Scouts Heart of New Jersey (GSHNJ) have partnered to ensure people are educated about sun safety so they can safely spend time outdoors. The two organizations created a patch that Girl Scouts can earn by completing the Enright Sun Safety Certification™ – a program proudly run by SHC designed to help educate children about proper skin care and protection from the sun.
About a year removed from breast cancer, Michelle Perry will compete in the Summit Challenge on June 5th at The Park in Berkeley Heights. It’s a 2½-mile run dotted with five obstacles. Summit Challenge is a fundraiser for Summit Health Cares’ Cancer Comfort Project, which provides non-medical resources to patients and families undergoing cancer treatment.
Summit Health Cares is hosting its first annual Summit Challenge, June 5 at The Park in Berkeley Heights. This fun event will help raise funds for Summit Health Cares’ Cancer Comfort Project. Whether you’re a seasoned athlete or a beginner, all are invited to join in on the fun and help raise funds for Summit Health Cares’ Cancer Comfort Project. The Comfort Project offers multiple resources, from one-on-one patient navigation services helping access community resources to movement and mindfulness classes, therapeutic music and more – everything is aimed at providing comfort and easing stress and anxiety for patients and their families fighting cancer.