Volunteer Jean Monopoli Shares Why She Donates Her Time to Cancer-Fighting Families
Jean, far left, at a Women's Council event

Volunteer Jean Monopoli Shares Why She Donates Her Time to Cancer-Fighting Families

To continue our volunteer blog series, we are excited to highlight Jean Monopoli. Jean is a proud Women's Council member and Family Reach volunteer. In addition to the council meetings Jean attends, she regularly visits our Boston-based office to lend a hand wherever needed.

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Boston Marathon Runner Rusty Shares how Cancer-Fighter Camille Inspires Him
Rusty finishing a 20mile race

Boston Marathon Runner Rusty Shares how Cancer-Fighter Camille Inspires Him

On Monday April 16, Rusty Bilodeau will be running in our country’s most historic marathon, the Boston Marathon. This will be his second time running on behalf of Family Reach to raise money for families battling cancer. To help inspire our Reach Athletes during their training, we match them with one of our cancer-fighting heroes! It’s one of the many ways we love making donor - patient connections. Rusty is proudly running in honor of 15-year-old Camille, who has been fighting osteosarcoma, bone cancer, since she was 10 years old.

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National Social Work Month – Our Frontline Support

This Social Work Month, Family Reach is honoring our dedicated team of social workers for the important role they play in the lives of both families fighting cancer and the healthcare professionals that stand by each family’s side. We partner with over 400 social workers across the country to understand each family’s unique needs as they navigate the financial side of a cancer diagnosis.

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