Blaine Pollock Make Generous Donation to The Breast Cancer Research Foundation
Entrepreneur and philanthropist Blaine Pollock, who has dedicated his life to serving others through volunteer work and the founding of a nonprofit entity dedicated to improving quality of life for people who don’t have access to modern healthcare or educational resources, made a generous $100K donation to The Breast Cancer Research Foundation.
“This is such a wonderful organization that we were happy to donate to the effort to stomp out breast cancer,” said Blaine Pollock.
Established by Evelyn Lauder in 1993, The Breast Cancer Research Foundation (BCRF) advances the world’s most promising research to eradicate breast cancer in our lifetime. BCRF has raised more than $475 million for tumor biology, genetics, prevention, treatment, survivorship and metastasis research. BCRF funded research has helped saved lives and significantly improved the quality of care and survivorship for tens of thousands of breast cancer patients in the past decade and a half.
Blaine Pollock said he and his nonprofit we’re proud to be partners in curing such a horrible disease.
“Since it’s inception, BCRF has increased its annual funding level more than 200 times over, with grants of nearly $29 million awarded in October 2009, to 173 scientists based in 10 countries,” Blaine Pollock said. “This organization is the real deal and it is helping to save real lives. After researching their efforts, the right thing to do was make a donation.”
Blaine Pollock created a network of more than a million healthcare providers nationwide. Blaine Pollock also provides grants and funding dedicated to furthering education, access to quality healthcare and medical research on a global scale.
As a key player in the world of healthcare, Blaine Pollock said he wanted to reach out to another nonprofit that could benefit from the kind of funding his charity often provides. Blaine Pollock contributes directly and continues support for the Breast Cancer Research Foundation.
“This is a big part of my mission is,” Blaine Pollock said. “I help fund worthy projects such as this one.”