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The Catalyst - An eNewsletter for Friends of The Cooper Foundation
SEPTEMBER 2014
 

The Fifis Family at the 2013 Jim Fifis Lung
Cancer Research Fund Dinner

Celebrate 50 Years of Ponzio’s on Sept. 23 & Raise Money for Cancer Research

The year was 1964 – Lyndon B. Johnson was president, the Beatles were at the top of the Billboard charts, and a grilled cheese sandwich at the newly opened Ponzio’s Diner cost just 70 cents. Fifty years – and more than 300,000 grilled cheese sandwiches later – Ponzio’s remains a South Jersey tradition, owned and operated by the Fifis family. Join the Fifis family and The Cooper Foundation at 5 p.m. on Tuesday, Sept. 23 at Ponzio’s in Cherry Hill to celebrate the diner’s 50th anniversary and support the Jim Fifis Lung Cancer Research Fund at Cooper. Read more and purchase your tickets today!

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Are You Ready For Some Football? 

Learn how you can win 2 tickets to Eagles v. Giants on Sunday night Oct. 12 at Lincoln Financial Field. Click here to buy raffle tickets.


Shop For A Cure At The Shops At Lee Newman Plaza 

Freshen up your wardrobe this fall and raise money for cancer care at the same time! The Shops at Lee Newman Plaza on Route 70 in Cherry Hill will donate 10 percent of the proceeds from Sept. 15 to Oct. 26 to Pink Roses Teal Magnolias to support breast and gynecological care at MD Anderson Cancer Center at Cooper.

Read More for details about an exclusive shopping event and cocktail party!


Brunch Can Be A Lifesaver 

Be sure to get your tickets for the Pink Roses Teal Magnolias Brunch on Sunday, Oct. 26 at the Crowne Plaza in Cherry Hill. All proceeds will benefit breast and gynecological cancer programs at MD Anderson Cancer Center at Cooper. Sponsorship opportunities are available! 

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 Make a Difference Through SERVICE 

Help others and do something great! Join The Cooper Foundation in making a difference through projects that support Cooper patients as well as families and children in need throughout South Jersey.  

Read More about how you can get involved.

 
Featured donor story


Charlie Foulke, Jr. and Cherry Hill Councilman John Amato at the 2013 Jim Fifis Lung Cancer Research Fund Dinner

Charlie Foulke, Jr.

Charlie Foulke, Jr. got his start selling cars as a lot boy for a used-car dealership when he returned from the Korean War. Today, he owns Cherry Hill Triplex, a car dealership with 10 locations and 15 franchises throughout South Jersey. He is also a generous Cooper supporter and a Premiere Sponsor of the Jim Fifis Lung Cancer Research Dinner on Sept. 23 at Ponzio’s.

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Also inside this issue
Kipp Cooper Norcross Academy Welcomes First Students

Children’s Regional Hospital Honors Pediatric Leaders 

Operation Backpack Earns A+ 


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The Sisterhood Of The Traveling Scarves

South Jersey Times: Cooper University Hospital’s new wing sets standard for patient care



Upcoming events - View All
Ponzio's 50th Anniversary & Jim Fifis Cancer Research Fund Event
September 23rd, 5:00pm
Ponzio's

Shop For A Cure
October 17th, 6:00pm
The Shops at Lee Newman, 2076 Marlton Pike E. in Cherry Hill

Pink Roses Teal Magnolias 
October 26th, 11:00am


 

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