CANCER FUNDTAISER -CHICKEN DINNER FOR THOM MOORE NEW HAVEN
- All day on August 10, 2013
Next 5 Upcoming Occurrences:
- No upcoming occurrences.
Location: Walgreens , New Haven Lincoln Hwy & Brookwood
Thom Moore, of New Haven, Indiana, was diagnosed with cancer in 2012. Since his diagnosis, he has undergone chemo, surgery, and another round of chemo. Many families hit with unplanned cancer hardships are put into financial struggles even when the families have insurance coverage.
www.thommoorebenefit.com for complete info!
Buy A Chicken Dinner for $9.50 Each
Pre-sale tickets may be purchased at Emanuel Lutheran Church office, Sunday Services, Central Lutheran School, or individually from Mary Jones, Lisa Stippich, Emily Schlund, Kelly Blair, or Laura Renzelmann.
*Please purchase Chicken Dinner Tickets in person. We cannot accept payment via PayPal for Chicken Dinner Tickets. Only Donations can be made through PayPal.
No Ticket? No Problem! You may still purchase dinners day of event at Walgreens.
Pick-Up Dates and Time
June 1st, July 13th, and August 10th
907 Lincoln Hwy W
New Have, IN 46774
(Lincoln Hwy W & Brookwood)
Make A Cash Donation
Cash donations may be made at Emanuel Lutheran Church, Sunday Services, or you may choose to mail in your donation to:
Emanuel Lutheran Church
Thom Moore Benefit
800 Green Street
New Haven, IN 46774
Touching words from family and friends. . .
"While on our mission trip to Kenya, Thom was truly one of the most loving and caring people that you could ever encounter (which would describe him in his daily life, too). He had such a heart for the kids there, and would have given them the moon if they had asked. He was truly the definition of a servant heart. While there, we did VBS, construction, and a medical clinic, and Thom was fully involved in all aspects of the trip. One of my favorite memories is mudding the hut along side of him one day on our mission. What a rewarding, fun, and messy experience!"
The American Cancer Society states the following:
“The average cost of a 30 day cancer drug prescription was more than $1,600 in 2006 and it’s even higher today. Many cancer drugs cost much more than drugs for other illnesses. Some of the newer cancer treatments can cost as much as $10,000 for a month’s supply. Also, co-pays are often higher for these prescriptions than those for other types of treatment.”
This is where a community can work together to raise funds through several fundraisers to help families with medical expenses. Browse through this website to see how you can help through a chicken dinner, a cash donation, or bid on an auction for a trip to South Africa.
For more information, contact:
- Emanuel Lutheran CHurch
- Phone Number: 2607492163