Where do I even begin in thanking you for all your support and generosity over the past five years. And more than anything, your friendship means everything.
Thank you and may our friendship continue.
Cuthbert Cancer Foundation
The following is an excerpt from a thank you letter from Cheryl A. Colleluori, President of HEADstrong Foundation™
On behalf of the HEADstrong Foundation ™ and those affected by cancer we wish to extend our sincere appreciation and gratitude to you for believing in our mission, supporting our vision and helping us achieve success through your sponsorship of the 5th annual Lime Light Gala.
We truly value your commitment and contribution to our organization. You are part of what makes the HEADstrong Foundation™ so special. Thank you for your encouragement, enthusiasm, compassion and support.
Cheryl A. Colleluori
President and Nick’s mom
The following is an excerpt from a thank you letter from Dr. Chi V. Dang, Director of Penn Medicine’s Abramson Cancer Center
I want to express my deep appreciation for your role as a lead sponsor in the Structure Tone Ride to Conquer Cancer benefiting the Abramson Cancer Center of the University of Pennsylvania. You have long since been a strong friend and ally in our fight to eradicate cancer, and your sponsorship of the Ride was a testament to your dedicated commitment to finding a cure for cancer. On behalf of the entire Abramson Cancer Center community and the University of Pennsylvania, I thank you for your generous support.
Chi V. Dang, MD, PhD
Director, Abramson Cancer Center
The following thank you letter was sent to Philadelphia mesothelioma lawyers at the Shein Law from the staff at the Mesothelioma Applied Research Foundation (MARF.) MARF is a non-profit organization committed to ending mesothelioma. For more information, visit MARF’s website.
Thank you for your unwavering support to our common mission to end mesothelioma. Everyday your generosity and dedication to research, education, support and advocacy help us save lives.
The Mesothelioma Applied Research Foundation Staff
Dear Mr. Shein,
I am delighted to thank you for your gifts to the Ride to Conquer Cancer Fund and the Mesothelioma and Pleural Program at Penn Medicine. Our distinguished clinicians and faculty members continue the pursuit of excellence in all aspects of cancer research. Your contributions advance the important work that Dr. Dang and his staff conduct to save lives, comfort patients, and inspire a new generation of dedicated oncologists through education. I truly value your meaningful philanthropy.
Message from Chi V. Dang, MD, PhD, Director, Abramson Cancer Center:
Dear Colleagues, Riders, Crew, and Generous Donors,
This past Saturday, October 11th, Dean Larry Jameson, Emily Whitehead, and her family greeted a crowd of hundreds of riders and their families for the Structure Tone Ride to Conquer Cancer at a very cold and rainy 7am—and off we went. The nearly 150-mile ride was intense, invigorating, cathartic, full of fun and fellowship, and, most of all, provided a tremendous sense of community, comradely, and personal accomplishment. Over 500 riders finished the Ride to benefit Penn Medicine’s Abramson Cancer Center on a beautiful Sunday afternoon in Fairmount Park with Madlyn Abramson, her daughter Nancy and her two children, Stephanie and Rachel, and many other family and friends of the riders cheering at the finish line. The Ride was phenomenal, and its success was a total team effort.
Thank you very much to all of our volunteers, staff, friends, family, and faculty for participating, helping, and contributing to the Ride. I want to thank our title sponsor, Structure Tone, and sponsor Ben Shein Law Offices. I thank Kevin Mahoney for his guidance and help with the event and Keith Kasper for rocking through the Ride as a participant. In particular, I want to thank all the team members and captains for their dedication. The medical team led by Drs. Linda Jacobs and Alvin Wang was phenomenally helpful for many riders in need of treatment or wound care, including me. The development staff was terrific and special thanks goes to Karrie Borgelt for making it a wonderful event. Click here to read Dr. Dang’s message in its entirety.
11th International Conference of International Mesothelioma Interest Group, September, 2012
Dear Mr. Shein:
On behalf of the local Organizing Committee Co-Chairs Drs. Raphael Bueno and David Sugarbaker from the Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA, USA and co-sponsor American Association of Thoracic Surgeons (AATS) I would like to thank you for your financial support of the recent iMig 2012 Conference and provide some statistical details for your information. Read More.
With kind regards,
1st Annual Super Steve Stroll, September 2012
Thank you so much for the Foundation’s support of the 1st Annual Super Steve Stroll held on Sunday, September 16, 2012 at Oakmont Fire Company in Havertown, PA. This event is in loving memory of Steve Tiberio who lost his battle to Mesothelioma on March 11, 2012. Our goal is to have a walk in Steve’s memory every year and to raise awareness and research money to find a cure for Mesothelioma. We continue to fight this disease and could not do so without the support of the Benjamin Shein Family Foundation. As a sponsor of he Super Steve Stroll, you supported us in raising over $6000 at our first event. All money raised is being used at Penn to further their research and to hopefully find a cure for Mesothelioma.
On behalf of my family, I want to thank you for your continued support of the Kevin Cain Make My Day 5K Race. Each year this event becomes bigger and helps more families in need, dealing with the heart break of cancer. Your continued support is a life line to many families that would have nowhere to turn. From the bottom of my heart I thank you.
Now and always,
On behalf of ADAO, I want to thank the Shein law Center for being a 2011 sponsor.
Thanks to your generosity, we were able to offer scholarships to patients and families, as well as videotaping every presentation. The 7th Asbestos Awareness Conference in Atlanta set new standards of excellence. Your firm’s contribution was an integral part of our success.
We’re so grateful Kelly & Monica were present for our conference.
With sincere appreciation,
Dear Mr. and Mrs. Shein,
On behalf of Squash Pediatric Cancer 2011, thank you so much for your generous donation. Your support will go a long way toward helping to fund pediatric cancer research at the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia. Thanks to your generous support, we were able to raise $20,000 this year. We hope research advances continue to make a difference in the lives of children with cancer.
You continue to amaze me. Thank you so much for your very generous donation to the “Kevin Cain Foundation”.
This is a truly worthy charity that is near and dear to my heart. The Cain Foundation helped Tom and I while we were in Boston. And they continue to help families battling cancer.
One hundred percent of your donation goes to helping families. Rose Cain gets every service donated to make the 5K a huge success each year.
Michael, Tommy, Kelly and I are proud to walk in memory of Tom and know that in turn we are helping others. You should be proud too. You have been a great friend to us and we deeply appreciate your support.
Thank you again.
Dear Nancy & Ben,
Thank you for your thoughtful and generous donation to Peter’s Place in Tom’s memory. Working with you is the best advice we received. Ben, you have been a godsend to us as a family. I know Tom was very comfortable with you. And, he left me and the kids in good hands. Your support and help is truly appreciated.
Looking forward to seeing you soon.
It has come to my attention that you sponsored an expedition to Baton Rouge to assist the victims of Hurricane Katrina. Outreach from community leaders like you is so important, particularly in times of national crisis like the aftermath of Katrina. Each and every one of us should feel compelled to contribute to this relief effort; your leadership and the devotion of the physicians and nurses taking part in the expedition are extraordinary. Thank you, Ben.
Larry R. Kaiser, M.D.
Chairman of Department of Surgery