Clothes Less Traveled has awarded a Annual Grant of $10,000 to Piedmont Fayette Hospital Cancer Wellness Center.

Pictured Here – Left to Right: Interim Executive Director Pam Reid, Director of Major Gifts Andrea Mendez, Patient Services Executive Director Debbie Britt, Oncology Operations Manager Catherine Hoffman, Cancer Wellness Program Coordinator Kirsten Soriano, Secretary/Scholarship Committee Chair on the Board of Directors and Marketing & External Affairs Communications Specialist Michael Boylan

Providing state of the art healthcare to cancer patients, cancer survivors, and their families is truly lifesaving work. Therapies and support for diet and nutrition, exercise, art, mental health, and more all work together to transform patient’s experience and relationship with their bodies and minds throughout their journey to surviving cancer. Your Wellness Center is unlike any other due to your focused efforts on treating the lifestyle and, inevitably, the heart of each patient. It is no exaggeration to say that everyone in our community has been touched by the cancer epidemic in some way or another, and we are lucky to have your people so close by to help. Everyone deserves wellness of the whole as opposed to treatment of the part, and Clothes Less Traveled is honored to support your mission.

The 11 hospitals of Piedmont Healthcare belong to the communities they serve. Their promise is to make a positive difference in every life they touch and this mission is evidenced within their community benefit programs. Piedmont doesn’t want to just make people healthier; we want to keep people healthy.

As a designated nonprofit hospital system, Piedmont Healthcare gives back to the community in the form of community benefits. Community benefits are programs or activities that provide treatment and/or promote health and healing as a response to identified community needs. They increase access to health care and improve community health, with a focus on vulnerable populations.

 

The Thomas F. Chapman Family Cancer Wellness program at Piedmont is the region’s leader in providing comprehensive, complementary cancer services and programs to anyone affected by cancer at any phase in his or her journey.

Thanks to generous philanthropic support, Piedmont is able to offer these cancer programs free of charge to anyone in the community affected by cancer.