ZERO Prostate Cancer Annual Report 2021

Catherine Hawley Chapman When 2021’s Run/Walk series rapidly changed from in-person to virtual due to the COVID-19 pandemic, outstanding volunteers like Catherine stepped up to become virtual coaches to provide direction and support to our committed community of Run/Walk participants. Catherine’s leadership was vital to Lehigh Valley’s success and helped transform the in-person event into a fun and engaging virtual experience for all. Catherine lost both her grandfathers and her father to prostate cancer and in 2015, turned her grief into passion by forming Team Chemosabes to participate in the Lehigh Valley event. Since then, Catherine has become a cornerstone of her local prostate cancer community, encouraging involvement and cheering on participants. Last year, to make the Lehigh Valley event fun – from a distance – she helped organize a Champions car parade and a “Best Running View” contest in which participants could submit a photo of their scenic route for a chance to win a prize. As part of the virtual Lehigh Valley Run/Walk, Catherine ran a local route that spelled out ZERO Cancer to top off her amazing feat of raising more than $1,500 in just seven days. Catherine continuously goes above and beyond for her local community in memory of her dad, Mark, and other lost loved ones. Thank you, Catherine , for all of your hard work and dedication! Run/Walk Volunteer Spotlight

Urology Practice Partners 2021 Grantees

A cornerstone of the ZERO Run/ Walk series is the community grant program, which assists in funding local nonprofit organizations dedicated to helping prostate cancer patients and families in their own backyards. Blue Ribbon Cancer Coalition of PA Cancer Resource Foundation Cone Memorial Hospital Hartford Healthcare Tallwood Urology

The ZERO Prostate Cancer Run/Walk series has been a nationwide force for progress in the fight against prostate cancer for more than fifteen years. With the partnership of urology practices coast to coast, ZERO works with many medical professionals and their teams to host these events that bring hope, awareness, and critical funds to help patients and their families. Thank you for our committed partners: Adult Pediatric Urology & Urogynecology Advanced Urology Associates Adventist Health St. Helena Hospital Alliance Urology Specialists Associated Urologists of North Carolina Augusta Urology Associates Blue Ribbon Cancer Coalition of PA Chesapeake Urology Genesis Care Genesis Healthcare Partners Greater Boston Urology Hackensack Meridian Health HaloDx Hartford Healthcare Tallwood Urology & Kidney Institute New Jersey Urology New York-Presbyterian Hospital Columbia University New York Proton Center Northwell Health Oregon Urological Society Potomac Urology Summit Urology Group The Iowa Clinic The New York Section American Urological Association Urology Austin Urology Center of Iowa Urology of Central Pennsylvania Urology of Virginia Urology Specialists of the Carolinas Washington State Urology Society

REX Healthcare Foundation Schellhammer Urological Research Foundation The Empowerment Network Urology Care Foundation

Southeast Urologic Oncology Foundation Midwest Prostate Cancer Coalition Utah Healthy Living Foundation St. Helena Hospital Foundation

Weill Cornell Medicine Department of Urology This year, we’re excited to

Irving Medical Center Department of Urology Kansas City Urology Care PC MidLantic Urology Minneapolis Radiation Oncology Minnesota Urology Minnesota Urology Foundation Montefiore Medical Center

welcome new partners to our community. Thank you to Tampa General Hospital, Florida Urology Partners, Mon Health Medical Center Auxiliary, Kearney Urology Center PC & The Prostate Health Podcast, Houston Metro Urology, UroPartners, Urologic Specialists, Memphis Urology, and Golden State Urology.

Department of Urology Mount Sinai Department of Urology

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