The 24 Hours in the Canyon Cancer Survivorship Center, established in June 2015, is a community center available for residents of the Texas & Oklahoma panhandles. The programs and services offered are free for any adult survivor as well as any childhood cancer survivor (and their immediate family members) to access during and after completion of treatment. In addition, services are not limited to survivors who receive treatment in Amarillo.
OUR MISSION: To provide resources to meet and address the unique needs of cancer survivors.
HOW IS THE CENTER FUNDED?
The Cancer Survivorship Center is funded in two ways:
- Funds from the 24 Hours in the Canyon bicycling event (held every summer) donates 100% of their proceeds to fund the center.
- The Harrington Cancer and Health Foundation (no relation to Harrington Cancer Center) has committed funds to assist the survivorship program
HOW CAN I DONATE OR SUPPORT THE SURVIVORSHIP CENTER?
We appreciate any donation, and all donations will be used to further the mission of the Cancer Survivorship Center.
All donations are tax-deductible – Please make checks out to 24 Hours in the Canyon Cancer Survivorship Center.
Donations may be mailed to:
Harrington Cancer and Health Foundation
Attn: Ryan Parnell
500 S Taylor – Unit 223
Amarillo, TX. 79101
If you have questions about memorials, fundraising opportunities, or other ways to support the Cancer Survivorship Center, please email Ryan Parnell at firstname.lastname@example.org