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The Sisko Foundation “Raise a Racquet against Breast Cancer” would like to thank all of its supporters and participants at Seven Oaks Swim & Tennis Club for a fabulous event and continued support. It was a very cold Sunday, the worst in Sisko history. However, it didn't put a damper on the level of play and camaraderie. We still had over 80 participants!
We raised $4250.00 for a great cause. This goes a long way in helping individuals in our community get the wigs and protheses they need with little or no insurance. (more info)
Welcome to siskofoundation.org. The Sisko Foundation is based in Raleigh, NC run by 100% volunteers. We are a grass roots 501(c) (3) tax-exempt public charity that raises local funding and provides grants, educations and diagnostic support for local research institutions. We are the ONLY North Carolina grass roots Breast Cancer awareness foundation authorized to raise our own tax-exempt funding for local research organizations. It is our goal to educate everyone that breast cancer is a horrific disease that will affect over 211,000 women, their families and friends this year alone. Only breast cancer awareness, self examination and mammograms will help lower this number. Just by visiting our site, you have taken a great step forward in helping us spread the word and move that much closer to a cure.
At Sisko Foundation, we believe that a healthy life and survivorship both need to be celebrated. Everyday celebrate your life and the ones you care about.
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Thanks for making a difference!
The mission of the
Sisko Foundation is to raise awareness of breast cancer, fund improvements in research & treatment, & support breast cancer patients & their families to reduce, & eventually eliminate the effects of this disease.