Julie Clark Alexander Memorial Endowment Fund (968)
Established in 1987 by the Clay Foundation in memory of Julie Clark Alexander. Income is designated to support the CAMC Cancer Center.
The Peri and Liam Bailey Pediatric Cancer Endowment Fund (751)
Established in 2006 by Tim and Erika Bailey. The earned income from the fund will be used to support the CAMC Women & Children's Hospital's Pediatric Cancer Program. Earnings may be used for items such as medications, lodging, transportation and meals for pediatric cancer patients and their families.
Dr. Bert & Harriet Davis Bradford Cancer Permanent Endowment Fund (728)
Established in 1999 by CAMC Memorial Hospital Auxiliary in memory of Harriet Davis Bradford. Amended by the Auxiliary in 2000 to include Dr. Bert Bradford, Jr. Income is restricted for the CAMC Cancer Center
Cancer Center Endowment Fund (900)
Established in 1977 by the foundation board of directors. Income is restricted to support the development of the CAMC Cancer Center and cancer services.
Caroline Chaney Cancer Endowment Fund (952)
Established in 1985 by Vincent V., Malcolm M. and Michael T. Chaney in memory of Caroline Chaney. Income is designated for cancer treatment and the development of a cure for cancer.
Ellsworth R. and Caroline H. Clark Cancer Center Endowment Fund (724)
Established in 1998 by Ellsworth and Caroline Clark. Income is restricted to support research, education and clinical programs of the CAMC Cancer Center.
First Empire Federal Savings and Loan Cancer Endowment Fund (993)
Established in 1991 by First Empire Federal Savings and Loan. Income is restricted for CAMC Cancer Center.
Paul Lester Ghiz Cancer Endowment Fund (743)
Established in 2002 by the Shums`Il Bir Club Members in memory of Paul Lester Ghiz. Income is restricted for the cancer program.
Betty Evans Goluchowski Cancer Research Endowment Fund (997)
Established in 1992 by Betty Evans Goluchowski. Income is restricted to cancer research.
Dr. David B. and Mary McJunkin Gray Cancer Endowment Fund (945)
Established in 1996 by Mary McJunkin Gray in honor of her husband, Dr. David B. Gray, and added to in 1997 by David B. Gray in honor of Mary McJunkin Gray. Income from this fund is restricted to the CAMC Cancer Center.
The Ernestine Hollister Harrison Harris Memorial Endowment Fund (705)
Established in 1993 in honor of Ernestine Harris by her husband, H. F. Harris, her son, Dr. William L. Harris and Marjorie L. Johnson. Income is restricted to projects related to the early detection and prevention of smoking related cancers.
Dr. David P. Lee Memorial Endowment Fund (931)
Established in 1996 in memory of Dr. David Lee by family and friends. The income is restricted to the CAMC Cancer Center.
Diana L. McDavid Cancer Endowment Fund (726)
Established in 1998 by William R. McDavid in honor of Diana L. McDavid. Income is restricted to the CAMC Cancer Center.
Dr. Esther McMahon Endowment Fund (722)
Established in 1998 by friends, family and colleagues. Income is restricted to support lectureships and the CAMC Cancer Center's patient support program.
Judah B. Pushkin Memorial Cancer Research Endowment Fund (995)
Established in 1992 by Dr. Willard Pushkin, and friends. Income is designated for cancer research.
James S. Ray Cancer Endowment Fund (967)
Established in 1988 by James S. Ray, James A. Ray and Anna Ruth Ray. Income is restricted for the Cancer Center.
L. Newton and Katharine S. Thomas Memorial Endowment Fund (953)
Established in 1985 by a bequest from L. Newton Thomas. Income is restricted for breast cancer research and general charitable purposes of the foundation.
Ruth Thompson Hope, Elizabeth, Alice and John Thompson Cancer Endowment Fund (981)
Established in 1990 by Elizabeth Thompson and Mr. and Mrs. John Thompson, Jr., in memory of Ruth Hope, Alice Thompson and John Thompson, and in honor of Elizabeth Thompson. Income is restricted to the CAMC Cancer Center.
Bill Young Memorial Endowment Fund (756)
Established in 2008 by the Bill Young Memorial Foundation, Inc. Income is restricted to support adult cancer patients’ care and treatment to include financial, physical, and spiritual needs of patients and their families at Charleston Area Medical Center.