2020 ANGEL AWARD RECIPIENTS
HONOREES - INDIVIDUAL
"The support groups, educational programs, exercise activities and caring staff taught me and others that we were not alone...I told myself that cancer was not going to stop me, and it didn't...now almost 30 years later, I continue to volunteer at CSCP every week, support its events, and have made this amazing organization a beneficiary of my estate."
Charlotte & the late Joel Streng
"Joel was a long-term testicular cancer survivor. When we went through his cancer, there wasn't any place to go for support...we became donors to CSCP because we both felt that we wanted to help ensure that CSCP's free services would be available to as many people as possible and keep the community strong."
HONOREES - CORPORATE
Bistro 45 (founded in 1990) - Deborah and Robert Simon
"All of us at Bistro 45 salute and celebate the steadfast an invaluable contributions
Cancer Support community has made to life."
Sharp Seating - Sindee and Steve Riboli
"We are a proud supporter of CSCP; the organization is one of our charitable priorities."
"We want to help those suffering from the countless effects of cancer - not only the patient, but their families as well...we also recognize how financially devastating cancer treatment can be for many families, which is why cancer Support Community Pasadena is so important; all of their programs and services are offered at no charge to their members."
HONOREE - HEALTHCARE
City of Hope - Dr. Steve Rosen
City of Hope's "philosophy is that there is no point in healing the body if you destroy the soul."
CSCP partners with City of Hope on a number of initiatives for people affected by cancer, including professionally facilitated support groups for breast cancer survivors and gynecological cancer survivors.