Talbot County Health Department’s “Bras for a Cause” Supports Comprehensive Breast Center at UMSRH

For immediate release: December 15, 2015

The Talbot County Health Department’s October fundraiser, "Bras for a Cause," which raised $460 for UM Shore Regional Health's Comprehensive Breast Center. Participants were decorated a bra for entry in a competition to raise funds and community "voted" for their favorites (at $1 per vote) when they were on display at the Easton Firehouse.
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"We are very grateful to the Talbot County Health Department for their efforts in supporting our Comprehensive Breast Center," says Lee. "In addition to the funds raised, 'Bras for a Cause' helps promote community awareness of breast cancer and the excellent treatment and support services our Breast Center provides."


Graham Lee, vice president for philanthropy; Donna Allen, creator of the winning entry in the Bras for a Cause competition on behalf of Talbot Hospice; Melinda S. Rojas, community health outreach worker for Talbot County Health Department; Laura Frase, RN, community health nurse for Talbot County Health Department and Melissa Kelly, coordinator, Comprehensive Breast Center at UM Shore Regional Health.