Kettering Health Foundation is hosting its 21st Annual Ribbon of Hope Luncheon on Friday, October 13, at Sinclair Community College’s Ponitz Center. Inclusive intimates company AnaOno CEO and founder Dana Donofree, who was born and raised in Bellbrook, OH, will give the keynote address. Proceeds from the Ribbon of Hope Luncheon will support the Women’s Wellness Fund. Register here before September 29.
Kettering Health Foundation’s Women’s Wellness Fund provides breast imaging services and other women’s cancer care to uninsured or underserved women in the Dayton area. Since 1995, the fund has raised $2.2 million and helped more than 15,000 women. Beyond medical expenses, the fund supports compression garments, wigs, transportation, prosthetics, and prescriptions.
Keynote speaker Dana Donofree, diagnosed with breast cancer in her 20s, founded AnaOno out of her own necessity and desire for beautiful and comfortable lingerie that fit her surgically altered body. Donofree will address not only her cancer journey, but also how she put her successful fashion industry career towards designing, launching, and building AnaOno, Intimates Designed Differently.
When: Friday, October 13
Doors open at 10 a.m. to visit health and wellness vendors and boutiques
Check-in at 11 a.m.
Luncheon and keynote at 11:45 a.m.
Where: Sinclair Community College Ponitz Center
444 W. Third St., Dayton, OH 45402
Kettering Health Foundation provides direct support for Kettering Health patients and their families, as well as supports technological advancements that allow Kettering Health to continue to provide the Greater Dayton community with the best diagnostic and treatment options available. In 2022, Kettering Health Foundation raised more than $3.6 million, distributing over $2.04 million to support more than 1,500 patients, students, and employees in need of assistance.
Register for the Ribbon of Hope luncheon before Sept. 29Register here
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