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The Catalyst - An eNewsletter for Friends of The Cooper Foundation
January 2015
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George and Sandy Norcross Invite You to the 2015 Cooper Red Hot Gala
on March 27 at Vie!

The 2015 Red Hot Gala is quickly approaching, and tickets for this spectacular event are on sale now!

We are excited to announce that the proceeds from the 2015 Cooper Red Hot Gala will benefit the Cooper Trauma Center to ensure that those in our region who suffer an accident or serious injury will always have access to the very best care.

We can't wait to see you at this year's Red Hot Gala!

To register or learn more about the Cooper Trauma Center, go to The Red Hot Gala Website.

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Time is Running Out! See Your Name on our Cornerstone Wall!

With just three months left to become a founding member of the Cornerstone Society, now is the time to make a donation to the MD Anderson Cancer Center at Cooper and join the fight against cancer.

Don’t miss this opportunity to make a difference in the lives of cancer patients and their families.

With a donation of $1,000 or more, your gift will be memorialized on a special Cornerstone Wall in the new building. Gifts or pledges of $100,000 or more are recognized on the Wall of Hope in the main lobby.

Naming opportunities and sponsorships are also available throughout the building in our Tranquility Garden and with our Healing Art.

  • Have your own special bench in the rooftop Tranquility Garden with a gift of $5,000
  • Honor or remember a loved one with an engraved paver in the Garden for $500
  • Become a Patron of the Healing Arts starting at $10,000

Become a founding member of the Cornerstone Society today before the March 31 deadline passes and be a part of making cancer history!

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Shop for a Cure Raises $25,000 for Pink Roses Teal Magnolias

The Shops at Lee Newman Plaza in Cherry Hill, N.J. recently presented The Cooper Foundation with a check for $25,000 in support of Pink Roses Teal Magnolias. Thank you to our co-chairs Donna Forman, Theresa Sentel, Mary Ann Todd, Amanda Hartung, Michael Hirsch, and Jeffrey Brown. If your business or organization wants to sign on as a Community Partner to host an event and raise funds in support of patients at Cooper, contact Susan Bass Levin at


Ronald L. Dubrow
Of Blessed Memory

To Ronald L. Dubrow, the fight against breast cancer was personal. So when The Cooper Foundation held its first Pink Roses Teal Magnolias brunch five years ago to benefit breast and ovarian cancer care and research at Cooper, Ron was there.

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Pink and Teal Committee Member Praises MD Anderson Cancer Center at Cooper

“I was so happy to see some of the outcomes of our fund-raising efforts over the past years and know that while patients will continue to have access to world-class care, they can do so in this beautiful new location,” says Pink and Teal Host Committee Member Lynn Levine after a tour of the MD Anderson Cancer Center at Cooper.

Read Lynn's Full Letter

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Thank You For Making The Holidays Brighter
Thank you to everyone who participated in this year’s Season of Hope and Healing. Your generosity through our Adopt-a-Family program, Coat Drive, Snowflake Celebration and our Holiday Meal program made the holidays brighter for families in need.

A special thanks to Foundation Board member Kathleen Sweeney Jass for her very generous donation supporting our holiday community initiatives, to Foundation Board Member Steve Ravitz and friends at Redstone American Grill, the South Jersey Chapter of Jack and Jill of America, Inc. and Sims Metal Management for donating toys to our littlest patients, and to the Cherry Hill High School East Junior State of America chapter for collecting backpacks for Camden students.


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