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ONE INNING AT A TIME NEWS
The continued support from our amazing community allows us to do what we do best! We create shared experiences by supporting families through live events and fundraising. We build community, educate NET Cancer, and make meaningful relationships that last a lifetime.
Michael Catapano, NFL Player
One Inning At A Time Partnership with Michael Catapano
OIAAT thanks Mike Catapano for again, taking the time to inspire so many people this past week. He has helped make 100+ of our young athletes be the best they can be with his story of the very humble journey of making it to the NFL. We are proud he is working with our Foundation to make a difference in a number of different ways.
NEW JERSEY HERALD ARTICE: Hardyston boy gets special visit from N.Y. Jets player
Mike Catapano visited the Goryeb Children's Hospital at the Morristown Medical Center as part of his partnership with One Inning at a Time.
He spent time with the brave kids, talking with them and getting to know them. See more about the Goryeb Children's Hospital on their Facebook Page.
High Point Award
January 21st, 2017 at High Point High School
High Point High School Pretty in Pink 2017 Classic Donates $5,000 to "One Inning At A Time" Cancer Foundation.
On behalf of OIAAT Board of Directors and all our team members, we thank you and are very humbled for your support and believing in our cause. You are truly making a difference!
The 2017 Courage Award is presented to Hap Rowan.
Blue Ridge Rescue Squad Donation
Blue Ridge is happy to announce their donation of $400 to "One Inning at a Time," a Sussex County Cancer Foundation, established in 2012 by Hap and Mary Rowan. Their mission is to educate the public and the medical profession about Neuro Endocrine Tumor (NET) cancer, promote Awareness and the Advocacy of NET cancers and it’s prevention by early detection, and prompt, effective treatment.
Hap Rowan, President and Co-Founder of OIAAT & John Gray, Board of Directors chairperson added, “We appreciate the continued support of the Blue Ridge Rescue Squad, They have continually supported us over the past few years. They believe in our mission. On behalf of all the OIAAT Directors & Team, we really appreciate that.” OIAAT Foundation provides financial support, assists clients and families in obtaining services and support to maximize their ability to overcome NET & other rare cancers. They also concentrate on support and financial resources to rare pediatric cancer patients. (Pictured L to R are Hap Rowan, John Gray & Korina Pettinger BRRS Secretary.)
Giving To The Community
Your support helps us give back to the community. Paying forward and giving back... stay tough Hayden!
When you support our foundation, you help us support children and families fighting rare cancers.