North Shore Country Club — Glen Head, NY
North Shore Country Club, Mollie’s Fund will provide sunscreen, hats and our self-check brochures to participants.
Garden City Pool — Garden City, NY
Our posters, brochures and other resources alert participants about being sun safe and skin cancer free.
Garden City Middle School — Garden City, NY
6th graders learn about “The Dark Side of the Sun” with the support of Drs. Ted Daly (GC Dermatology) and John Clarke, (Physician Musician) at Garden City Middle School.
Mercy Medical Center — Rockville Centre, NY
Mercy Hospital, Rockville Centre, NY “Lunch and Learn” Nurses and Student-Nurses learn about the importance of mole identification, necessity of being sun-safe and their role as health care professionals in alerting patients about skin cancer and melanoma prevention. Dr. Siegel is a nurse educator at Molloy College and she has written articles about the role of the nurse in skin cancer prevention.
Garden City High School — Garden City, NY
Garden City High School, Garden City, NY, “Before the Prom” Dr. Victoria Siegel addresses students about the dangers of tanning beds and the importance of sun safe behaviors. Mollie’s Fund will provide sunscreen and a free student raffle for a spray tan—the only safe tan!
May is National Skin Cancer/Melanoma Prevention Month Over 20 million New Yorker City taxi riders will have the opportunity to learn about mole identification and our app through taxi tv. Subway ridership, which is estimated at over 10 million a week will be educated through a poster campaign. The Long Island Rail Road, the biggest commuter railroad in North America, carrying over 300,000 each weekday will feature skin cancer awareness posters. Over two million Yankee fans will be reminded of the importance of sun safety through the NY Yankees Radio network.
Mollie’s Fund has been invited to participate with other leaders in the melanoma community in the “Melanoma Advocate Advisory Board Meeting sponsored by Bristol-Myers Squibb, Princeton, New Jersey. The purpose of this meeting is to review the progress made in the science that is driving current melanoma awareness and to discuss potential for collaborative initiatives and to explore opportunities to optimize patient access to quality care.
Our foundation, with the support of Dr. Victoria Siegel, presents to N. Cheng & Co., P.C., “The Dark Side of the Sun”
NYU Langone Medical Center Farkas Auditorium — New York, NY
Mollie Biggane Melanoma Foundation and New York University Langone Cancer Center present “Skin Cancer/Melanoma Prevention and Therapy” Community Outreach Program.
Flamingo Resort and Spa — Santa Rosa, CA
Mollie’s Fund continues our relationship with this 14,000 member organization involved in lifesaving and open water rescue. USLA uses our film “The Dark Side of the Sun” in their school beach educational programs and we are happy to supply posters to support their efforts to keep their swimmers sun safe.
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