Jodi Morris of World Class Automotive (left) presents a check from Randall Reed Planet Ford to (from left) Tim Baker, Northeast Hospital Foundation President; Memorial Hermann Northeast Hospital CEO Louis Smith; Memorial Hermann Northeast Hospital COO Heath Rushing; and Nancy Allen, with the Northeast Hospital Foundation.
Randall Reed Planet Ford of Humble and Spring recently made a donation of $22,205 to the Northeast Hospital Foundation. The donation was presented to Northeast Hospital Foundation President Tim Baker by Kristi Williams of Randall Reed Planet Ford of Humble. During October, which is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, the Humble and Spring stores donated a portion of their new and used car sales to the Northeast Hospital Foundation to support Project Mammogram, which offers free mammograms and breast ultrasounds to qualifying area women and men. Funding for this program comes from annual grants through the Houston Affiliate of Susan G. Komen for the Cure, Kingwood Women’s Club, various community organizations and Randall Reed Planet Ford. Volunteer support for Project Mammogram is provided by Kingwood Women’s Club and community members. Recipients qualify for the program based on income, their hospital service area, and medical insurance status (having no insurance or insurance with high deductibles). Project Mammogram staff conducts educational sessions and accepts applications at the following locations: Humble Area Assistance Ministries, Society of St. Stephen, Mission Northeast, St. Jon of the Cross Catholic Church in New Caney, First United Methodist Church in Dayton, First Baptist Church in Dayton and St. Joseph Catholic Church in Dayton. For more information about Project Mammogram, contact the Northeast Hospital Foundation office at 281-540-7817.