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RCF Brings FitSteps for Life to Fort Worth
Research has proven that cancer patients who exercise during and after treatment have better outcomes. In collaboration with UNT Health Science Center, Rutledge Cancer Foundation helped bring the FitSteps for Life cancer exercise program to Fort Worth area patients. Clinical Exercise Specialists work directly with each patient to provide an individualized exercise prescription designed to educate, support and give hope to each participant. FitSteps welcomes anyone, of any age, with a previous or current cancer diagnosis and a referral
from a physician.

To learn more, sign up or help fund this program, click here.
The 2019 Hearts of Gold Luncheon was held on September 19th at Ridglea Country Club and raised over $151,000 for RCF! More than 350 people attended this years event, which centered around program speaker Sean Swarner- two time cancer survivor, author and adventurer. Read more here .

The 2nd annual Corbash honoring the life of of Justin Corbridge, who battled Ewing sarcoma, was held on Saturday, October 5th and raised $21,000 for RCF! Justin's friends and family gather for a charity tailgate before a University of Florida football game and this year played Auburn University. The Gators came out victorious with a win of 24-13! Justin's fans are pleased to know that their donations will be put to work for sarcoma research and
patient programs.
AYA Bowling Night

On July 27th, over 20 young adults enjoyed an exciting night of strikes at Main Event in Fort Worth. Patients and survivors got to have a fun night of bowling while eating a delicious buffet. Games of laser tag and a variety of arcade games were also fan favorites
throughout the night. 

We are excited to announce our 2 nd annual Raise the Rate: Tee Off Against Cancer event to be held Thursday, November 7 th at 6 p.m. at Topgolf in Ft. Worth. Last year we raised over $10,000 for young cancer patients!
This is not your traditional golf outing! Anyone can play, compete and win, no matter your skill level. This event is a wonderful time for entertaining clients, community building with your employees or just having a fun night out with your friends and/or family, while playing golf, eating delicious food, and of course, drinks and prizes! The best part is your participation will be supporting a wonderful cause: helping improve the lives of children and young adults with cancer.
RCF Welcomes New Board Member

Welcome to the board Caroline Samis! Caroline is a Business Development Officer for the Wealth Advisory Group at Frost Bank. She focuses on generating new Private Trust and Investment Management Services for the North Texas region.
A fifth generation Fort Worth native, Ms. Samis is an SMU graduate, former Washington, D.C. Capitol Hill staffer, and a Development Fundraising Officer at her alma mater, All Saints’ Episcopal School of Fort Worth. More recently she worked with The Northern Trust Company as Senior Wealth Strategist Associate where she was essential in helping the Fort Worth team build their clientele of high net worth individuals and families over a five year period.

Ms. Samis is involved in the Fort Worth community serving on the Board of the Cliburn Foundation and Nominating Committee, the Board of the Union Gospel Mission of Tarrant County, a member of the SMU Fort Worth Alumni Chapter Leadership Committee, and the Pi Beta Phi Fort Worth Alumni Chapter, where she is Co-Chairing their largest fundraiser, Design Inspirations.  

Amon G. Carter Foundation
Baylor Scott & White All Saints Fort Worth
Joni Elaine Templeton Foundation
K.K. Meisenbach Fund

We are deeply grateful to our grantors.
We could not fulfill our mission without support from our donors.
How Can You Help?

Help us fill stockings for Carley's Closet! We give gift cards to young adult cancer patients in our Carley's Closet bags and stockings. We need restaurant and Starbucks cards, entertainment like Hulu and Netflix, to help with gas or rides to and from treatment- Uber and Visa gift cards and for basic needs- Walmart and Target cards. For more info contact program coordinator Brenda Lammers-

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The Rutledge Cancer Foundation is a non-profit 501(c)3 organization. Tax ID#27-5035852