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    BoTW | Piedmont Columbus Regional Foundation

    Business of the Week! 
    Happy Monday, y’all! We are so excited to shine a little light on an organization that is certainly near and dear to the hearts of the Brady Blackmon Team! Our very own partners in giving- Piedmont Columbus Regional Foundation. We went to meet with members of the Foundation last week and Aline Lasseter, Foundation President, was kind enough to answer a few questions for us!

    1. What’s special about Piedmont Columbus Regional Foundation?
    EVERYTHING! But seriously, it’s the largest non-profit organization in the region impacting people during every aspect of their lives. It’s inspiring and heartfelt to meet folks everyday for which Piedmont Columbus Regional has made a difference.
    2. What do you love most about being a part of the Foundation?
    Besides the people I work with, it’s got to be engaging the community (donors, volunteers, caregivers, etc.) in the life of the organization. It’s humbling to think that the Foundation is helping to change the landscape of healthcare in the Chattahoochee Valley, whether it’s raising money to build a new cancer center or providing funds to buy the most advanced technology for treating disease.
    3.. What is coming up for the Foundation?
    At the end of September, we are hosting the grand opening of the John B. Amos Cancer Center. After a donor reception on the 23rd, we’ll be hosting a community open house on Friday, Sept. 27 from 5 to 7 p.m.
    Then… on October 1st we will be hosting the 17th annual Breast Cancer Awareness Luncheon presented by Radiology Partners Georgia at the Columbus Trade Center. Ticket and Table sales are available now by calling the Foundation. All proceeds from this event will be used to complete the relocation of the Breast Care Center from Hamilton Road location to the new John B. Amos Cancer Center.
    4. Favorite meal in the city?
    Anything on the menu at Morten’s! (@mortensatoldtown )
    5. Favorite house in the city/area/world?
    Beside my own? It’s got to be the Goetchius House. Just beautiful!

    We can never thank the Foundation enough for not only all the work they do in our community but also for taking the time out of their day to meet with us and show us around the incredible facility that is the John B. Amos Cancer Center. What a blessing for this city and those surrounding us!

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