Donor Stories

Video Why I Give to Fox Chase

This fall, six Fox Chase donors came together to talk about their motivations for giving and their relationship with Fox Chase. We distilled that two-hour conversation into this 5-minute video, which debuted at the November 4 Laurel Society Recognition Event. Our hope is that all of our supporters will hear familiar themes that speak to their own reasons for giving to Fox Chase. Launch video »

Honoring a loved one. Supporting innovative research. Expressing gratitude for compassionate care. There are many motivations behind the gifts supporting the missions of Fox Chase Cancer Center. We want to share these stories with you.

Bob and Linda Devlin - A Sweet Finish
Bob and Linda Devlin of Reading, PA found the right team at Fox Chase and together they're supporting the work that saved Bob twice — with just desserts.
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Joanne Hambleton Joanne Hambleton
"Seeing Fox Chase from a patient perspective made me even more grateful for the high level of care we give and more determined to provide support in as many ways as possible."
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Zach Herr Zach Herr
With his family, Zach organized and presided over the first annual Zach Attacks Cancer Foundation Golf Event and Auction. The June 2008 tournament raised more than $60,000 for cancer research and care.
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Charles and Barbara Kahn —
Second-Generation Generosity
Charles and Barbara Kahn believe in supporting education at Fox Chase, following the example set by Charles's mother.
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Janet Kovacs Janet Kovacs - A Bright Idea
After 38 years as an elementary school teacher, Janet Kovacs is particularly well-schooled in solving problems. Today, she's making numbers work for her — and for Fox Chase.
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Lee Varallo O’Hagan and her husband Paul Lee Varallo O’Hagan
As a pharmacist and cancer survivor, Lee knows the critical need for health care funding and understands that better medical outcomes come when funding is robust.
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Janet and Hallock Williams Janet and Hallock Williams
The Williams know that the smallest gestures often make the biggest difference. They've experienced it over and over at Fox Chase.
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More donor stories coming soon.