The CBCC Foundation for Community Wellness will hold its signature Gala on Friday, September 14th at Seven Oaks Country Club with the Golf tournament to follow on Monday, September 17th.

The CBCC Foundation is pleased to introduce a new tradition with our inaugural “Hands of Hope” award to be given at this year’s Gala. The “Hands of Hope” award will be pay tribute each year to a community member, company or organization which embodies humility, kindness, comfort, support and care for Kern County patients on their cancer journey.

We are honored that our inaugural award will pay tribute to Monsignor Craig Harrison, of the St. Francis of Assisi Parish. The Gala will be held in Monsignor Craig’s honor. A highlight of this celebration will be the presentation of a Commemorative Journal to Monsignor Craig.

Please join us, his family, community leaders and his many friends in celebrating Monsignor Craig with your personal greetings, well wishes and congratulations in the “Hand of Hope” Commemorative Journal. See details to follow on how you can participate.


THE CBCC FOUNDATION FOR COMMUNITY WELLNESS

The CBCC Foundation for Community Wellness is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization committed to providing patients and their families with the tools and information that will help them through a cancer diagnosis. We have directly assisted over 20,000 patients and families through education, a wide range of programs, and support groups.

For those who are diagnosed with cancer, we hope to make the cancer process understandable and help families take control of the situation to overcome the disease.

For those who have survived cancer, our hope is to help make the transition smooth so that families can enjoy life cancer free.

If you are a patient or caregiver...we are here for you. If you are a survivor...we are here for you. If you want to prevent cancer...we are here for you.

In Strength, Support and Survivorship...The CBCC Foundation for Community Wellness is here for you.

Our hope is that by participating in our programs and services, more Kern County residents will be aware of cancer, how to prevent it, and how to recognize its symptoms for an early diagnosis.


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