Hope For A Cure

Tennis Chairman, Bob Litwin and Jody Litwin Paul (Photo by On The Spot Photos, Johnny Miller)

The SASS Foundation’s quest to eradicate cancer is at the forefront of its annual golf outing and tennis tournament, which occurred recently, raising an impressive amount in funds. The breast cancer research grant that is funded by The SASS Foundation at Memorial Sloan Kettering, was started by tennis chairman Bob Litwin in 2010 in memory of his wife, Carol, who passed away that year from breast cancer. The grant is named in her honor and Litwin and The SASS Foundation work very hard every year to raise funds.

For more information about The SASS Foundation and to help find a cure for breast cancer, visit www.sassfoundation.org.

—Submitted by The SASS Foundation

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