Cancer patients are getting special TLC, courtesy of a recently launched LIJ Medical Center program. Called Nancy’s Friends, the program recruits and trains volunteers to provide companionship and supportive care while patients are in the hospital.
Five talented young Great Neck women sang for some 140 attendees who gathered to knit hats for oncology patients at the sixth annual “Knit for Nancy,” a fundraiser held on Sunday, November 15, at the Fairview Country Club in Greenwich, Connecticut. Jessica Drucker and Lauren Shulman, eighth graders at Great Neck South Middle, Hannah Siegel, a ninth-grader at South High, and Samantha Drucker and Lindsay Charles, eleventh-graders also both at South, entertained and inspired with incredibly moving performances for supporters of the Nancy Klauber Forest Foundation, which benefits cancer patients at New York-Presbyterian Hospital.
Become or Beneﬁt from a Nancy’s Friend
If you are or know of a cancer patient being treated at our afﬁliate hospitals who would like to participate
in this or NKFF’s other programs, or if you would like ﬁnd out more about
becoming a “Nancy’s Friend” volunteer, please contact: