We often receive wonderful notes from friends, supporters, caregivers and angels of the Connecticut Brain Tumor Alliance. They are heartfelt, beautiful and inspire us to keep going on with our daily challenges.
"Thanksgiving is a time of joyful celebration, yet also a time of reflection. As the holiday approaches, it’s time to reflect with gratitude on the blessings and bounty that we have received. During this special time, I want to say THANK YOU to you and the CTBTA for all you do for the children and families at Connecticut Children’s through your family assistance funds in the Division of Hematology and Oncology, your gift to support the MRI Vision Goggles, as well as for the countless other ways you truly give to our children, through your golf tournaments and other events. Your gifts have helped us provide care for thousands of children each year, and we are truly grateful for your friendship and partnership. I feel blessed to know you and work with you, you are so inspiring!!!
On behalf every baby, child and adolescent we care for THANK YOU from the bottom of our hearts."
- Adria Giordano, Assistant VP of Development at the Connecticut Children's Medical Center Foundation
"Thank you for the Connecticut Brain Tumor Alliance's generous gift of $25,000 to Hartford Hospital's Brain Tumor Fund to support brain tumor initiatives.
We are incredibly grateful for the dedicated support the Connecticut Brain Tumor Alliance has given to Hartford Hospital. The support of dedicated donors like you has allowed Hartford Hospital to continue our mission of providing our community with innovative, high-quality comprehensive care and services.
The Connecticut Brain Tumor Alliance is a very special group of individuals who are truly making a difference in the community. Friends, families and neighbors who rely on Hartford Hospital for excellent medical care will benefit greatly from your generosity. Thank you again for your support."
Carol S. Garlick, CFRE, VP of Philanthropy at Hartford Hospital
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