LCCPS Receives Grants LCCPS Receives Grants Community Foundation Grant for Radiation Cream President Patty Robertson accepts an Adventure Grant from Lorri Hamer, Executive Director of the United Way of South Central Indiana. The $500 grant will be used to purchase radiation cream for cancer patients. 204714391 Parker Group The Parker Group donated $350 to LCCPS from their ?Pink Fridays? fundraiser and have applied for a $100 grant from one of their insurance carriers, MAX. 204630332 ALLY Insurance donates $5000 As part of the Bedford Ford car show, Ally Insurance donated $5,000 to LCCPS in support of the car show and encouraging people to test drive cars at Ford. Thanks to Ally Insurance! 204630333 Hats for Volunteers Lawrence County Tourism gave the group a grant to purchase caps to wear at events such as the car show and the garden show to make our volunteers more recognizable. 204316877 Walmart Grant for uplifting books. Brenda McKain and the Walmart Community Grants team with a copy of the grant they used to purchase the book: ?After Cancer. A Guide to your new life? by Wendy Schlessel Harpham, M.D. Shift manager Chuck Luedeman also displays a copy of our brochure which was purchased from grant funds awarded by the Smithville Charitable Foundation. 204007659 Medical Tumblers purchased for patients A grant from Lawrence County Community Foundation was awarded to our group to purchase these medical tumblers for patients undergoing radiation treatments. Thank you community foundation!!! 203362121 United Way Grant for blankets ?united in warmth?-Blankets were purchased for cancer patients with a grant from United Way of South Central Indiana. ?We hope these useful throws will add a feeling of hope, comfort, encouragement and inspiration besides providing warmth to the patient?, says Brenda Mckain. Thanks to United Way of South Central Indiana. 203362174 Promotional Items Received Lawrence Cancer Cancer Patient Services recently won free promotional items through "Promos For A Cause"; a monthly contest given by PromotionsNow to help promote organizations who make a difference in their communities. Lip balm and sanitizers were ordered to be included in the cheer bags, which are distributed for such as 4th of July. In 2013, 250 cheer bags were distributed at least 7 times a year at 5 treatment centers. We want to send a little hope in each of these bags. 192950781 Turbans donated for men Kim Henry (left) and Sarah Lynch from IU Health, Bedford showing hats for men patients. Funds to purchase 50 hats were donated by a grant from Orange County Rural Electric Community Fund, Inc. and its Operation Round Up program to Lawrence County Cancer Patient Services. 200941883 Donation from Members of Fort Ritner Church When the Ft. Ritner United Methodist Church closed its door due to shrinking membership, the congregation divided the rest of it's treasury between a few local charities. They gave $9,010 to the Lawrence County Cancer Patient Services. 204907447