Altoona Regional’s Foundation for Life Receives Donation

(Provided photo)

ALTOONA – The Penn State Altoona women’s basketball team donated $2,142 from its annual Pink Zone game to Altoona Regional’s Foundation for Life.

The Penn State donation will be used to benefit improved breast cancer detection and treatment at Altoona Regional. The Foundation for Life raises funds to support exceptional nonprofit health care for everyone in this region.

In the photo are Casey Shoup, assistant coach; Donna Kling, head coach; Gayle Conner, development associate, Foundation for Life; Alidia Strouse, captain; Allyson Hoffman, captain; and Pat Nagle, assistant coach.

Altoona Regional Health System Foundation for Life is a private 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, which exists to secure charitable donations to help financially support exceptional health care for the well-being of all central Pennsylvania residents.

Because the Foundation for Life is a qualified charitable organization, donations are tax deductible to the fullest extent allowed by law.

 

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