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The Women's Council

The Women's Council for the Leon Hess Cancer Center

The Women’s Council believes women can make a difference by celebrating their collective power for Monmouth Medical Center Patients. The Power of Pink Luncheon brings women together to raise funds and enhance the quality of care delivered to cancer patients at Monmouth Medical Center. The luncheon is an event that benefits the Leon Hess Cancer Center at Monmouth Medical Center. Proceeds raised have contributed to a wide range of services and programs offered through the Leon Hess Cancer Center.

Women's Council

The Women's Council Fact Sheet (PDF)

Our History

The Women's Council was founded in 1995 by Bonnie Levin, a cancer survivor, and a concerned group of women in the Two River area, who identified a need to inform women about the importance of early detection of cancer and the progress being made in cancer research at Monmouth Medical Center. Since its inception, NEARLY THREE MILLION DOLLARS has been raised for the Leon Hess Cancer Center at Monmouth Medical Center.

Mission Statement

  • To raise funds for the Leon Hess Cancer Center as it continues to provide state-of-the-art services for cancer diagnosis and treatment.
  • To provide support for patients and families during the diagnosis and treatment of cancer, at the Leon Hess Cancer Center.
  • To offer the community the latest information on the services available at the Leon Hess Cancer Center.

Patient Stories

  • "Monmouth Medical Center’s incredible physicians saved my life, saved my brain and added to the quality of my life, now we want to pay it forward and get involved.”

    Brad
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  • “Two months after surgery, I was chipping golf balls in my backyard. I’m now seven months post-surgery and have returned to doing all the things I love to do, including traveling, golfing regularly and playing with my two grandchildren, with no pain or ...

    Joseph
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  • When Central Regional High School basketball coach Mike Clemente was diagnosed with a type of Non-Hodgkin lymphoma, he turned to Monmouth Medical Center for his life-saving treatment.

    Mike
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