April 27 - 29, 2018 / The Greenbrier - America's Resort / White Sulfur Springs, WV

Support an Event
That Saves Lives

If you are interested in becoming a sponsor, please contact denver.allen@hsc.wvu.edu or call 304-293-8604.



This Year’s Sponsors

Countless community members, organizations, and businesses contribute to the success of this event. Special thanks to the following key sponsors whose support are helping to make this event possible:

Black Diamond

Jeanne G. Hamilton
The Greenbrier, America’s Resort
Gillespie’s Flowers and Productions

Gold

Wayne and Kathy Richards

Silver

John and Joyce Allen
Patty and Bill Bright
Entegra
D’Annunzio Foundation
David and Kim Alvarez
Betty Puskar
Joan and Fred Stamp
Ben and Jo Statler
The Health Plan
Carlton Jr. and Barbara Alexander McKinney; Howard Hanna
WVU Medicine
Morgantown Printing & Binding

Bronze

Alexander Construction Company
Cindi Roth
Antoline Family Foundation
Lee Bakalarski
Greg & Laura Gibson
Black Diamond Reality
Richard & Lynda Goldberg
Panhandle Cleaning & Restoration
Smith Land & Energy/ Greg Smith
Dyer Insurance
Donna L. Mazzei
Bill Jones and Joyce Jefferson
Sally Hodder

Crystal

Diane & James Dailey
Metro Properties
L-evation
United Bank
Omega Commercial Interiors
Incyte
Thrasher
Mountaineer Contractors
The Stick Co.
Highmark Blue Cross Blue Shield
Richard Adams

Together, We
Can Make An Impact

The WVU Cancer Institute is at the forefront of research, education and patient care, made possible by the generosity of loyal friends and supporters, who also recognize that cancer is a serious health problem in our state:

  • West Virginia has the third highest cancer mortality rate in the nation.
  • Lung cancer is the leading cause of cancer-related death in West Virginia.
  • Colorectal cancer is the 2nd leading cause of cancer-related death in West Virginia.
  • Breast cancer is the most commonly diagnosed cancer and the 2nd leading cause of cancer-related death in West Virginia women.
  • Risk factors, such as #1 in tobacco use and #1 in obesity make cancer difficult to manage.