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ASCF Welcome Center Dedication
Welcome Center Dedication
Serving as the original inspiration for ASCF, help us honor Tom's legacy by dedicating the Welcome Center (the first stop and gathering place for cancer families) in his name.
For 21 years, ASCF has been building a community that provides the stability, shelter and support that cancer families depend on when seeking, often, lifesaving care in the Texas Medical Center. Today, with over 23,250 nights of housing provided since inception, ASCF looks to strengthen and expand its free short-term housing capabilities so even more families can benefit from a "home away from home".
With a thriving cancer community, and a constant waitlist of families in need, it is imperative that ASCF ensure the integrity and longevity of the community that the they have tirelessly worked to build. The Support the Journey campaign will address the financial obligations and capital improvements of ASCF while continuing to lift the burdens of cancer families for generations to come.
The commemorative naming rights opportunities honor all those, like Tom, who have been instrumental in the development of ASCF and all those who will choose to Support the Journey as ASCF embarks on its next chapter. Together, we will ensure that the many who travel from across the country in search of cancer care, can find comfort and support at ASCF.
Make Your One-Time Gift or Pledge Today
In addition to generously contributing to help name the Welcome Center after Tom, all gifts $5,000 and above can choose to be named on our Support the Journey legacy mosaic wall that will be displayed at the front of campus. This beautiful creation will serve as a reflection of all those who support cancer families on their journey.
Make a credit card donation today.
All gifts $25K and above are eligible to be pledged out over five years or less.
Mail checks to:
A Shelter for Cancer Families
Madelon McGrenera, Director of Operations
4115 Drake Street, Suite #4
Houston, Texas 77005
Note: Include Welcome Center Dedication in the memo.