Genesys Hurley Cancer Institute receives grant from Community Foundation of Greater Flint to help cancer patients
The Community Foundation of Greater Flint has awarded a grant of $20,000 to Genesys Hurley Cancer Institute (GHCI). Grant funds were awarded through the foundation’s Compassionate Living Fund, the Kommareddi Family Fund, the James and Desoline Cokley Family Fund, and the Samuel E. and Patricia A. Morello Family Fund.
Genesys Hurley Cancer Institute will use these funds for addressing accessibility issues by providing transportation for cancer patients.
“On behalf of our patients, staff and physicians at Genesys Hurley Cancer Institute, I would like to thank the Community Foundation of Greater Flint for its generous grant,” announces Barry Fagan, interim executive director of Genesys Hurley Cancer Institute. “These funds will help so many of our patients in need.”
Every year, thousands of Genesys Hurley Cancer Institute patients receive lifesaving care in a warm and welcoming setting. From aggressive treatments to state-of-the-art technology, Genesys Hurley Cancer Institute focuses on exceptional care, spiritual and emotional healing, and the best chance for a healthy, cancer-free tomorrow.
To learn more about the services and programs offered at Genesys Hurley Cancer Institute, and how the funds from the Community Foundation of Greater Flint will support cancer patients, call 810.762.8226.
The Community Foundation of Greater Flint (CFGF) serves the common good in Genesee County – building a strong community by engaging people in philanthropy and developing the community’s permanent endowment—now and for generations to come. CFGF helps donors support the causes they care about, today or through their estates. Since 1988 the Community Foundation has granted more than $130 million to nonprofit organizations to build a thriving community. CFGF serves Flint and all of Genesee County including its Community Funds in Clio, Davison, Fenton, Flushing and Grand Blanc.