CHBCF 2022 Fundraiser
In celebration of 25 years since the founding of the Chapel Hill
Breast Cancer Foundation, Tee it up for a cure, returned to
Croasdaile Country Club in Durham on Monday, September 26th .
Over 100 golfers enjoyed a beautiful day of golf followed by an
awards reception featuring, a guest speaker and auctions.
Katrina Cooke, a single mother of two young sons and a 10-year
survivor of stage 4 metastatic breast cancer was our guest
speaker. Katrina shared her remarkable and inspiring story,
finishing to a standing ovation. Katrina is testament to the
research into new treatment approaches that has made it possible
for her to share her story and continue to raise her two sons. She
not only believes in the value of research, she lives it every day.
On the same day, Mid South Club in Southern Pines held the “Mid
South Think Pink” fundraiser. With a full field of women golfers,
tremendous support from the Mid South community and a
beautiful September day, they raised $39,200 in only their second
year of holding this event in support of the Chapel Hill Breast
Due to the generosity of sponsors, donors, volunteers and
participants, 100% of the money raised by these two events
supports the Chapel Hill Breast Cancer Foundation and its mission
to fund breast cancer research at our local universities.
In 2022, the CHBCF raised over $108,000 that was distributed directly and equally to the breast cancer research centers at Duke University, University of North Carolina and Wake Forest University.
An enormous “THANK YOU” goes out to all who made these
events so successful. We are very fortunate to live in an area that
is home to three of the top cancer research centers. Because of
your generous support our local researchers will be able to bring
their studies from the lab to the clinic.
Your past donations are making a difference today. Today's donations will make a difference in the future.
Your past donations are making a difference today.
Today's donations will make a difference tomorrow.