“I love this program; I come to Northridge Hospital every year for my mammogram. This program gives me peace of mind because I have a family history of breast cancer. I have been checked every year since I was 28 and now I am 50 years old. Unfortunately, I do not have insurance and this program has been a blessing for me because I know I don’t have to worry about where I will get my mammogram each year. I know that I can come to Northridge for this service. I owe a huge thank you to the funders of this program because I don’t know what I would do without it.
Thank you so much!”
“This has been an awesome experience coming here for my mammogram. I came across wonderful people who greet and help me through the process every year. Thank you so much for this generous and charitable work that you do. Thank you for all that you do to help me obtain a free screening during this difficult time where I do not have insurance.”
“I am a new patient at the Thomas & Dorothy Leavey Cancer Center and have been so fortunate to have access to much needed transportation for myself. I’m writing to tell you what a wonderful “team” you have working for the center. From the front desk staff to the visible staff-it’s just a very nice environment to be in (if one has to be ill, it’s the right place to be!) Most especially kind, helpful and professional are the navigators. They are terrific! I’ve needed a lot of complicated assistance with transportation-and the staff has handled it perfectly and with a great attitude. So, I just wanted you to know this because some of us patients are going through difficult times and are so grateful to run across caring people who are willing to help others, this transportation service has been so wonderful for me. I want to thank you for all that you do!”
“The Harold & Carole Pump Foundation has offered a taxi service to assist in getting me to my medical appointments. This has been extra beneficial due to the fact that I am currently bound to a wheelchair. Without this taxi service I would not be able to make it to and from my appointments. I would recommend The Harold & Carole Pump Foundation to anyone struggling with Cancer.”
“I would like to extend my gratitude for the services I was able to partake in. Never in a million years did I ever believe that I would find myself with a lack of health insurance, but it is my reality. I have always found myself being preventative with my health; you’ve allowed me to continue with that behavior. Money should never be the reason to not take care of yourself. I am truly grateful. Blessings to the Pump Foundation and that it will continue to touch many people.”
“I would like to express my heartfelt appreciation to the Harold & Carole Pump Foundation for supporting the mammogram program. Without your help I
would not be able to continue doing my mammogram screening. Thank you very much.”
– Arlette R.
“Having searched frantically for work for the past two and one half years without finding anything and with no health insurance, the Harold Pump
Foundation allowed me to get a free screening. I am thankful for your generosity – much appreciated.”
– Ann F.
“Because of the Harold & Carole Pump Foundation I was able to have a free mammogram. Shortly after my mammogram I received a call from the Carole Pump Women’s Center telling me that further testing was needed. This is the nightmare of every woman!After another mammogram, ultrasound and biopsy, my report came back negative. Your Foundation was like a friend to me…holding my hand and walking me through each step of this journey. I thank you for all your support and I am pleased to say that I am cancer-free.”
– Mary, Winnetka, CA
“Thank you so much for supporting the Women’s Health Services at Northridge Hospital. I got a mammogram today; something I cannot afford because of no health insurance. My wonderful step-mother had breast cancer, twice. When I tell my aging father that I’ve had my annual mammogram, he is always very grateful because it’s one of his fears for me. You add to the quality of my family life, thank you.”
“How can you thank a program that actually saves lives? This note does not seem enough. Know that this program and your Foundation helped me when my insurance ran out, after I lost my job. Thank you for being there when I was scared and confused! Many, many, and many thanks.”