Receiving a diagnosis of cancer is a shock not only emotionally, but often financially as well. There are copays, deductibles and other expenses that pile up on top of an already large burden. Through the Chair Affair and other funds,
Campbell County Healthcare Foundation's (CCHCF)
Cancer Care Committee helps pay up to $2,500 for cancer patients in treatment.
“I cannot express my gratitude as a single mom who was stressed out on how I would handle multiple payments from various doctors,” says one Gillette recipient.
The Chair Affair – Furnishing Hope
Come to the foundation’s business-casual event where you can bid on one-of-a-kind furniture pieces built by community members who have up-cycled, reupholstered or designed a piece of furniture. For a sneak peak at auction items, visit www.cchcf.com/chair-affair.
“Last year we had UW Wyoming bar stools and a beer chair with a BBQ table. People get really creative and have a lot of fun,” says Leigh Worsley, Committee Chair.
Since 2013, the committee has given over $110,000 in support to local residents with cancer. Last year, Chair Affair raised $40,000 and had over 200 attendees.
Chair Affair Event Details
- Friday, March 4, 2016
- Starts at 6 pm
- Gillette College Technical Education Center, 3251 South 4-J Road
- $50 per person
- Tickets available at the Heptner Cancer Center at Campbell County Health or Simply the Best Salon (401 E. 4th Street). Call 307.688.6235 for more information.