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The Take a Swing at Cancer Virtual Auction is live as of this morning. It will close Friday night at midnight.

The items are a great mix of all kinds of price points and something for everyone’s interest.

Please take a moment right now to text TASAC to 243725 or visit http://bidpal.net/tasac and sign up. Also, please forward to everyone you can think of who might participate, and share our post about it on your social media accounts to help us get the word out.

Our community is counting on us to raise this money so we can continue to offer hope to those battling cancer.

Event Postponed

While we were looking forward to holding Take a Swing at Cancer, the health and safety of our supporters is our top priority. In the current state of the pandemic, we do not feel we can safely gather.

We have reserved May 1-2, 2022 to celebrate the 25th anniversary of Take a Swing at Cancer.

While fundraising events and celebrations are paused for now, cancer patients in our community still need our help. The cancer treatment volumes at NMMC are as high as they have ever been, and the patients need us to support them.

2021 needs from cancer patients is on track to still be at $350,000. So, while we cannot gather in person, we are still asking for your help.


Some examples of our recent needs:

  • A single father who was undergoing daily chemotherapy had run out of time off at work and was let go. He was unable to afford his utility bills plus the cost of treatment, so the fund paid a few months of his utilities so he could keep his children in a home with electricity.
  • An elderly couple was driving every day and told the social worker that they wouldn’t be able to come for treatment the next week because they couldn’t afford the gas. She offered them gas cards so the wife could continue her needed treatment.
  • A patient undergoing chemotherapy lost her appetite and was losing too much weight. We provided nutritional supplements to help her get the nutrition she needed to maintain her weight.
  • A homeless patient had put off seeking treatment for his cancer for far too long and was hospitalized. He was ready to be discharged, but still needed home care, and had no where to go. We provided a hotel room until appropriate government funding came through so that he had a safe place to go and for home health nurses to know where to find him.

Please consider making a gift to the NMMC Cancer Care Fund so we can continue helping these patients through what must be incredibly difficult times.

Take a Swing at Cancer Committee Members
Samuel Pace, M.D., Chairman

T.J. Adams
Amanda Angle
Jesse Bandre
Ben Beavers
Laura Hodges
Hank Hutto
Fletcher Johnson
Barry Keel
Key Blair Charlie Kinney
Davis Bond Ladd Mark
Denise Kennedy Brown Ashley McLellan
George & Marcia Bryan Derrick Menefee, M.D.
Greg Burks
Elizabeth Carnell
Charles Montgomery, M.D.
Tim O’Brien
Mike Clayborne David Pace
Anne Comer Mark Prince
Chanda Cossitt Connie Renfroe
Nikki Ivancic-Currey, M.D. John Paul Rhea
Wally Davis
Shane Denevan
Brian Rigby
Bruff Sanders
Tasha Dozier
Jim Goodwin
Barney Guyton, M.D.
Todd Sherrer, M.D.
Dave Smith
Shane Spees
Ginger Hardy Carol Upton
Jake Heyer Derek Warren, D.M.D.
Benton Hilbun, M.D.

Wesley Webb

Health Care Foundation of North Mississippi

Health Care Foundation of
North Mississippi

(HCF) is the charitable entity for the North Mississippi Health Services. HCF secures and distributes donations and provides philanthropic innovation for a variety of patient- and family-centered care programs, community health improvement and patient assistance causes.

HCF Board

Sam Pace, M.D., Chair Kevin Chapman
Dan Rollins, Vice Chairperson Mary Childs
West Cordell, M.D., Secretary
Bruce Toppin, Vice Secretary
Sharon Nobles, Treasurer
Brad Crosswhite, M.D.
Chauncey Godwin
Trentice Imbler
Steven Blaylock, President Eric Lewis, M.D.
Amanda Angle Luke Montgomery
Mont Berry, M.D. David Rumbarger
Mary Ann Briggs Vishal Sachdev, M.D.
Elizabeth Carnell Shane Spees