LM Lions & Sedona Make Donation
to Cancer Support Team
The Larchmont Mamaroneck Lions teamed up with Mamaroneck’s Sedona Taphouse’s Mondays Dine Out for Charity in support of The Cancer Support Team. Sedona dedicates a full month of Mondays throughout the year in support of local charities and service groups. In the month of June, Sedona raised $1324 in support of CST. The Lions contributed $1000, making a combined total donation of $2324.
Cancer Support Team is a nonprofit home-care program licensed by the New York State Department of Health (NYSDOH), that provides professional nursing education and support, counseling, case management, and other cancer-related services to patients and family members living in southern Westchester County. “Our mission is to enhance the quality of life of patients and families affected by cancer. By providing supportive services to oncology patients and their families, we aim to reduce healthcare disparities and increase access to essential health care services,” they note.
CST is the only Westchester-based home-care program that is solely focused on cancer and provides in-home services to those with cancer and their family members at any stage of the disease, at no cost, and without regard to insurance coverage.
The Larchmont Mamaroneck Lions, who will be celebrating their Centennial in 2023, focus on supporting existing non-profit and community service groups by bringing community service leaders together to determine needs, solutions and resources. The LM Lions are part of Lions Clubs International, the world’s largest service organization of nearly 1.5 million members. The Lions signature cause is Vision/Blindness, along with Hunger, the Environment, Diabetes, Childhood Cancer and the future of our Youth. They are signatories of the United Nations resolutions on women’s and refugee rights and are currently active in Afghanistan and Ukrainian refugee resettlement.
In photo: LM Lions President Jim Killoran, CST Executive Director & LM Lion Tania Weiss and Sedona’s & LM Lion Bill Jablonski