Giving

  • Nancy Jean Barnabei and her husband, John Masciantonio.

    Odds on Favorite: Giving Back to Patients in Need

    May 08, 2018

    Nancy Barnabei is a numbers person. As a consulting chief financial officer in the biopharmaceutical industry, she’s used to quantifying data. So when at age 40, Nancy was diagnosed with metastatic colon cancer, she took a close look at her odds.

  • (L to R) Amanda Roach, Hailey Miller, Ned Satchfield, and Michael McCoy.

    A Little Bit Goes a Long Way

    May 08, 2018

    “To know even one life has breathed easier because you have lived. This is to have succeeded.”- Ralph Waldo Emerson

  • James and Jeanneane Bozzelli

    You Have to Continue to Live Your Life

    May 08, 2018

    Blue Bell native James Bozzelli describes himself as “a person who does not get discouraged easily.” In talking to this 86-year old and learning his story, it doesn’t take long at all to appreciate his optimistic attitude in the face of some very serious health challenges

  • Thomas Family Portrait

    Appreciating Life, Family, and Quality Care

    April 04, 2018

    “Cancer changed my life on so many levels. From appreciating it more, to lifestyle and eating habits. It changed me for the better." — Brett Thomas, two-time germ cell cancer survivor

  • Chief Robert Burnaford with members of the Harvey Cedars Police Department and his parents Don and Debbie.

    Breaking the Rules for Good

    March 22, 2018

    Sometimes breaking the rules isn’t a bad thing. Most police departments have policies prohibiting officers from sporting facial hair, so when the Harvey Cedars Police Department on Long Beach Island, New Jersey, wanted to participate in “No Shave November” they had to get special permission.

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The Penn Medicine Giving blog highlights and promotes philanthropic contributions to Penn Medicine and the Perelman Center for Advanced Medicine.

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