Paternostro Cancer Foundation
PO Box 1862
Williamsport, PA 17703
E-mail Us: firstname.lastname@example.org
In the video below, Foundation Founder & Chairman, Krista Paternostro Bower, discusses the genesis of the Paternostro Cancer Foundation, created to honor her late sister, Kathleen; and how her family responded to losing their beloved father to cancer only two years later. These huge losses changed the course of their lives drastically. It is now through their work with their family foundation, helping local families fighting cancer, where they find great peace.
The purpose of our Foundation is to carry the life, legacy, and wisdom of our father and sister forward to help others who battle this devastating disease and to honor young people in our community who are making a difference in our world.
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The mission of The Paternostro Cancer Foundation is to provide support to those facing a cancer diagnosis, to provide scholarships to deserving high school student/athletes, and to keep the memory and spirit of Kathleen and Thomas alive for their children, friends, and family.
The purpose for which this Foundation has been organized shall be exclusively charitable and primarily for the accomplishment of the above stated mission, and:
- To provide assistance, including financial, to persons facing a cancer diagnosis, or to funds which support their fights.
- To provide annual scholarships to deserving high school students/athletes who demonstrate Kathleen and Thomas’s esteemed qualities and work ethic, including dedication to academics, sports, and the community in which they live.
- To take such actions so to keep Kathleen and Thomas’s memory, spirit and personal honor alive.
- To do all things incidental, necessary, or convenient to accomplish the aforesaid purposes and, except as otherwise herein expressly provided, to have and exercise all other powers, rights, privileges and authority, now or hereinafter conferred upon Non-Profit corporations by the laws of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania together with the power to solicit gifts and contributions from the general public.