Signature Homes, Garden City, NY will sponsor a one mile walk to support melanoma awareness. Donations received will support the outreach and prevention programs of the Mollie Biggane Melanoma Foundation.
North Fork Country Club — Cutchogue, NY
Eastern Long Island Hospital Annual Golf Tournament at North Fork Country Club, Cutchogue, New York. Mollie’s Fun will supply sunscreen and hats for golfers.
Garden City Middle School — Garden City, NY
Garden City Middle School, 6 th Grade “Sun Safety” Program, Students will view “The Dark Side of the Sun”, a video produced by Mollie’s Fund which discusses skin cancer and Mollie’s personal battle. Dr. Ted Daly, GC Dermatology, will review with the students concepts taught in the film.
Adelphi University — Garden City, NY
Adelphi University, Skin Cancer Screening 12-2, 1 South Avenue, Garden City, NY. Under the auspices of the Health Studies Department, Mollie’s Fund will coordinate a campus screening, and educate their student community about sun safe behaviors. Mollie’s Fund will also donate two sunscreen dispensers, they will be placed either in the locker rooms or on the fields.
Eastern Long Island Hospital — Greenport, NY
Mollie’s Fund will celebrate Nurse Appreciation week with the nursing staff of Eastern Long Island Hospital. Nurses will received re-usable “Have You Checked Your Skin Lately Bags”, sunscreen samples and special skin cancer education articles geared to support nurses in providing appropriate instructions to help prevent skin cancer.
The Hampton Jitney will feature our iconic bikini PSA’s – “Odds of being attacked by a Shark – 1
in 65,000,000. Odds of developing Skin Cancer – 1 in 5” and “Odds of being struck by Lightning
– 1 in 700,000. Odds of developing Skin Cancer – 1 in 5”.
Sacred Heart Academy — Hempstead, NY
Sacred Heart Academy, Hempstead NY – Mollie’s Fund reaches out to students
to educate them about the dangers of the sun, importance of mole identification and the
necessity of staying away from tanning beds. Victoria Siegel, RN, EdD discusses with the
members of the “Women & Stem Fields Club” her research articles that stress the importance
of early detection and prevention from a nursing perspective.
Malloy College — Rockville Centre, NY
Molloy College Skin Cancer Screening, 12-2, School of Nursing, 1000 Hempstead
Avenue, Rockville Centre, NY. Nursing students will be available to educate the Molloy
Community about the importance of sun safe habits and importance of mole identification.
Mollie’s Fund will be donating two sunscreen dispensers for student locker rooms or field use.
Bangor Cross Insurance Center — Bangor, Maine
University of Maine, Student Symposium: Research and Creative Activity, Bangor
Insurance Center. Mollie’s Fund contributes skin cancer and melanoma educational materials
to support this student outreach that inspires creativity and leadership.
NYU Langone Medical Center’s Farkas Auditorium — New York, NY
Mollie’s Fund will co-sponsor with NYU Langone Cancer Center, 550 First Avenue, Farkas Auditorium, NYC – A Skin Cancer/Melanoma Community Outreach Program,
featuring Doctors: Anna Pavlick (Co-Director of the NYU Melanoma Program) Russell Berman
(surgeon) and Jennifer Stein (dermatologist) and Senior Social Worker, Deborah Koeppel.
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