Published on December 29, 2017

Texas Roadhouse Donates To Bliss Cancer Center

Texas Roadhouse recently donated to the William R. Bliss Cancer CenterAMES, IA – Texas Roadhouse recently donated to the William R. Bliss Cancer Center through the Mary Greeley Foundation.

The local restaurant ran a promotion during the month of October, Breast Cancer Awareness Month, selling “Stompin’ Out Breast Cancer” t-shirts and sweatshirts. They donated Texas Roadhouse gift cards which will be given to cancer patients via the Dr. Joe Rhoades Cancer Compassion Fund.

Gifts to the foundation for the Bliss Cancer Center support the programs and services of the center including the Cancer Navigator Program, Cancer Nutrition Program and Courage in Motion Program. Gifts also help fund patient and staff education opportunities.

For more information about the Bliss Cancer Center, the Mary Greeley Foundation or to give, go to https://www.mgmc.org/mgmcfoundation/donate/ or contact External Relations at 515-239-2147.

The Mary Greeley Medical Center Foundation assists the medical center in promoting health and providing compassionate, high-quality care by encouraging charitable giving. The Auxiliary coordinates programs, events and services to support the medical center’s mission and benefit its staff, the community, its patients and their families.

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