11/28/2012 10:12:00 AM Fry's donates to provide breast care to low-income women
Elaine Martin-Stomel, FNP, and Jane Chapman, PA, who is also the Reproductive Health Program manager, both provide well women services to the patients of Community Health Center of Yavapai.
Prescott Valley Tribune
For the fourth year in a row, Fry's Food Stores through their Giving Hope A Hand Campaign has donated money to the Community Health Center of Yavapai.
This year's donation of $7,000 will be used to pay for breast diagnostic services for uninsured and low income patients throughout the county.
"Elaine Martin-Stomel, FNP, and Jane Chapman, PA, who is also the Reproductive Health Program manager, both provide well women services to the patients of CHCY.
The donation from Fry's will help provide well women services that include a clinical breast examination, cervical screening and a screening mammogram," said Peggy Nies, CHCY director.
CHCY is excited to partner with Fry's in the fight against breast cancer, said Yavapai Community Health Services spokesman David McAtee.
"Knowing the toll this illness takes on the lives of Yavapai County residents, Fry's is continuing its commitment to assist residents and their families with diagnostic services, breast cancer treatment and resources they need," he said.
Money raised by the annual Fry's Giving Hope a Hand Campaign goes to assist dozens of local organizations in fighting breast cancer in communities across the country - supporting research projects, funding mammograms and educational outreach, and assisting local support groups for women and families.
All of the money is spent in the communities where Fry's customers and associates live and work.
For more information about the Give Hope A Hand program, visit http://www.frysfood.com/company_information/community/Pages/giving_hope_a_hand.aspx
For more information on the services the Community Health Center provides in local communities, visit www.yavapaihealth.com.