Over $20,000 donated for ‘Partners In Pink’


Several local businesses, organizations make contributions

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Hay’s Auto & Tire made a donation. From left to right, Ken Frey, and Jen and Brad Hay.

Hay’s Auto & Tire made a donation. From left to right, Ken Frey, and Jen and Brad Hay.


The Great Oaks/Miami Trace FFA program recently made a large donation to the FCMH Foundation board and FCMH senior management for the Partners in Pink program.


Tanger Outlets Jeffersonville also recently donated. From left to right, Mike Diener, FCMH CEO, Andy Gibson, Tanger Outlets Jeffersonville assistant general manager, Kristen Hauer, Tanger Outlets Jeffersonville general manager, Trent Lemle, FCMH CFO, Tammie Wilson, FCMH chief nursing officer, and Whitney Gentry, foundation director.


Donatos Pizza also made a donation. From left to right, Shelby Wolfe, shift supervisor, Todd Creamer, director of operations, Stephanie Dunham, foundation coordinator, and Whitney Gentry, foundation director.


ERA Martin & Associates made a donation. From left to right, Steve Armstrong, Zoe Wilson, Hannah Wilson, Chelsea Toops and Whitney Gentry.


Several local businesses and organizations recently presented the Fayette County Memorial Hospital (FCMH) Foundation with donations totaling over $20,000 for the Partners in Pink program at the Women’s Wellness Center.

The businesses all offered a portion of their proceeds to the program for certain sales made in September. Presenting checks to the FCMH Foundation were ERA Martin & Associates – $360, Donatos Pizza – $875, and Hay’s Tire & Auto – $460. Also donating were Quali-tee Design and Karey Sockman Keep Collective.

Tanger Outlets Jeffersonville donated $6,836, a portion of the proceeds from their Tanger PinkStyle Cards. Also supporting the cause was the Miami Trace/Great Oaks FFA, which presented a check for $12,310 from proceeds of their annual Paint the Town Pink t-shirts.

Proceeds go to the Partners in Pink program at the FCMH Women’s Wellness Center for breast cancer. Funds help pay for mammograms and ultrasounds for women in need. They also provide comfort services to breast cancer patients and survivors with relaxing massages from Serene Spaces, and yoga or medication classes through Indigo Roots Studios.

“This is truly a patient-centered program that encompasses the entire community. From the donors who support the businesses, to the local patients who benefit, to the local establishments providing services to the patients,” said Whitney Gentry, marketing director for FCMH. “This is Fayette County coming together to support our neighbors in need. Fayette County Memorial Hospital, the FCMH Foundation and Women’s Wellness Center are very grateful to all who had a part in the donations.”

Hay’s Auto & Tire made a donation. From left to right, Ken Frey, and Jen and Brad Hay.
https://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2018/12/web1_Hays-Tire-Check-photo.jpgHay’s Auto & Tire made a donation. From left to right, Ken Frey, and Jen and Brad Hay.

The Great Oaks/Miami Trace FFA program recently made a large donation to the FCMH Foundation board and FCMH senior management for the Partners in Pink program.
https://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2018/12/web1_MT-FFA-pink-check.jpgThe Great Oaks/Miami Trace FFA program recently made a large donation to the FCMH Foundation board and FCMH senior management for the Partners in Pink program.

Tanger Outlets Jeffersonville also recently donated. From left to right, Mike Diener, FCMH CEO, Andy Gibson, Tanger Outlets Jeffersonville assistant general manager, Kristen Hauer, Tanger Outlets Jeffersonville general manager, Trent Lemle, FCMH CFO, Tammie Wilson, FCMH chief nursing officer, and Whitney Gentry, foundation director.
https://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2018/12/web1_Tanger-Pink-check-2018.jpgTanger Outlets Jeffersonville also recently donated. From left to right, Mike Diener, FCMH CEO, Andy Gibson, Tanger Outlets Jeffersonville assistant general manager, Kristen Hauer, Tanger Outlets Jeffersonville general manager, Trent Lemle, FCMH CFO, Tammie Wilson, FCMH chief nursing officer, and Whitney Gentry, foundation director.

Donatos Pizza also made a donation. From left to right, Shelby Wolfe, shift supervisor, Todd Creamer, director of operations, Stephanie Dunham, foundation coordinator, and Whitney Gentry, foundation director.
https://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2018/12/web1_Donatos-Pink-Check-photo.jpgDonatos Pizza also made a donation. From left to right, Shelby Wolfe, shift supervisor, Todd Creamer, director of operations, Stephanie Dunham, foundation coordinator, and Whitney Gentry, foundation director.

ERA Martin & Associates made a donation. From left to right, Steve Armstrong, Zoe Wilson, Hannah Wilson, Chelsea Toops and Whitney Gentry.
https://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2018/12/web1_ERA-Martin-Check-photo.jpgERA Martin & Associates made a donation. From left to right, Steve Armstrong, Zoe Wilson, Hannah Wilson, Chelsea Toops and Whitney Gentry.
Several local businesses, organizations make contributions

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