Darling’s Auto Group’s $10,300 gift brings hair preservation campaign closer to goal
(Bangor, ME) - Darling’s Auto Group recently presented a $10,300 check to the Northern Light Eastern Maine Medical Center Foundation to support the campaign to bring technology to Northern Light Cancer Care that will help women keep more of their hair during chemotherapy treatment. Darling’s Auto Group donated to the campaign on behalf of customers who bought vehicles on certain days in October.
“We’re grateful for Darling’s generous support in helping patients maintain a little bit more control over their cancer treatment journey,” says Kimberly Lieber, MD, a breast cancer surgeon at Northern Light Cancer Care. “Hair loss can affect a patient’s attitude toward treatment because it’s such a big part of a person’s identity. This technology will improve our patients’ lives.”
Darling’s generous donation brings the campaign total to nearly $50,000. To learn more and contribute, please visit northernlighthealth.org/beautifulhair.
Pictured, from left to right: Hope Sund Gabric, BDC Supervisor, Darling’s Auto Group; Kevin Tesseo, vice president of operations, Darling’s Auto Group; Brenda Farnham, MBA, BSN, RN, OCN, manager of nursing services, Northern Light Cancer Care; Lynne Darling Melochick, Darling’s Auto Group; Carrie Darling Meo, vice president of fixed operations, Darling’s Auto Group; Michael Maddocks, service manager, Darling’s Honda, Nissan, Volvo; Selden Wheeler, general manager, Darling's Honda Nissan Volvo; and Josh Rickman, sales manager, Darling's Honda Nissan Volvo.