State Employees Federated Appeal — Hauppauge, NY
SUNY Maritime College — Throgs Neck, NY
Health Fair for student, faculty and staff. Mollie’s Fund in an effort to provide skin cancer and melanoma awareness provided educational materials.
Mercy Medical Center — Rockville Centre, NY
Mollie’s Fund will provide skin cancer and melanoma educational materials.
NYS Department of Transportation — Central Islip, NY
The Plaza — New York, NY
For more information visit the Skin Cancer Foundation website.
Glen Cove Yacht Club – Long Island Sound — Glen Cove, NY
The Sound to the Cove swim will be Saturday, August 13, 2011, 5am-noon. STC is a 1 mile, 5K, or 10K swim in Long Island Sound finishing on the beach at beautiful Morgan Park in the City of Glen Cove. The event begins with registration at 6am (5am for 10K swimmers) and concludes by noon after brunch, an Awards Ceremony and Check Presentations to Beneficiaries.
New York Hilton — New York, NY
Mollie’s Fund will provide our educational materials to the 3,000 dermatologists who attend.
Ernest N. Morial Convention Center — New Orleans, LA
16,000 young athletes will receive our “Have You Checked Youe Skin Lately?” brochure in their registration bags.
Cosmo’s second Annual Practice Safe Sun Awards, honoring five individuals and one organization who have joined us in the effort to alert people to the dangers of UV exposure and lower the staggeringly high rates of skin cancer, especially among young women. Cosmo presented awards to actress Laura Linney, New York Ranger Sean Avery, Giada De Laurentiis, dermatologist Dr. Jennifer Stein, activist Cara Biggane, and the American Academy of Dermatology.
You can read more about why each of the honorees feels so passionately about Cosmo’s Practice Safe Sun campaign in the July issue of Cosmo. And be sure to go to the PSS page to find out more about the dangers of indoor and outdoor tanning, ways to decrease your risk of melanoma, and how to keep your skin looking gorgeous.
Presented by Victoria Siegel, RN, MSN, CNS, EdD with the support of Mollie’s Fund.
The Mollie Biggane Melanoma Foundation sponsored “Lunch and Learn” an educational seminar for nurses and nursing students of Mercy Medical Center on June 12th. Click here for more details of the event.
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