Angela Hagenah | Pink Performance

On Saturday, March 21, 2020, I will be participating in Pink Heavenly to support the Cancer Support Services at Barton Health and I need your support!

Pink Heavenly is more than just about Pink and more than just about breast cancer. It is ALL COLORS for ALL CANCERS. Proceeds benefit the Cancer Support Services at Barton Health, providing patients in our community the opportunity to receive exercise training, nutrition coaching, emotional support, acupuncture, outdoor adventures and much more. These unique services can dramatically impact a patient's quality of life, but are not typically covered by insurance.

Barton's Cancer Support Services exist because of generous donors, passionate volunteers and talented clinicians who are dedicated to restoring the health of their cancer patients.

Please support me in this great cause! To make a donation on my behalf and help me reach my fundraising goal, click on the "Donate Now" button to the right.

If you would like to join me in my efforts to ski/ride on March 21st, then please register to participate. You don't have to be a skier to join me, there are many ways to participate. Those of you who don't ski can volunteer or enjoy the festivities at Pink Heavenly Headquarters at the California Base Lodge. This event is so much fun, you don't want to miss it!

Thanks for your support!

The Barton Foundation is a nonprofit 501(c)(3). For more information,  visit Barton Foundation online.

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Funds raised:
$325 of $250




Thank You Donors
JaneP : $25
Get it, grrrl!
Erika Mathews : $25
RYAN RITCHIE : $250
Go ANG!!
 

Pink Heavenly proceeds benefit community members in South Lake Tahoe living with all forms of cancer through improvements to patient care and by funding Barton Health's cancer support services including exercise training, nutrition coaching, emotional support, massages, acupuncture, outdoor adventures and more. These unique services can dramatically impact a patient’s quality of life, but are not typically covered by insurance.