Hurdle Jumpers® is honored to announce sponsorships awarded in 2011.

We thank you for recognizing the impact of our program:

NovartisHurdle Jumpers® is proud to once again receive recognition from Novartis Pharmaceuticals Corporation.

Novartis Oncology Affairs & Patient Advocacy provides support to patient groups for a variety of educational programs and services. Novartis is committed to building strong relationships with their patient advocacy partners.

2010 Grant Awards

Hurdle Jumpers® is honored to announce sponsorships awarded in 2010.

We thank you for recognizing the impact of our program:

NovartisHurdle Jumpers® is proud to receive recognition from Novartis Pharmaceuticals Corporation.

Novartis Oncology Affairs & Patient Advocacy provides support to patient groups for a variety of educational programs and services. They are committed to building strong relationships with their patient advocacy partners and are proud to support Hurdle Jumpers® in 2010.


Hurdle Jumpers® is honored to announce grants awarded in 2010.

We thank you for your confidence and generosity:

  • December 2010 – from Joseph Drown Foundation
  • June 2010 – from Boeing Employees Community Fund

The Employees Community Fund (ECF) of Boeing California is an employee-owned and operated nonprofit organization. The contributions of Boeing employees made through payroll deductions support charitable organizations in areas where contributors live and work. ECF is part of an international network of Boeing employee-owned and operated nonprofit charitable foundations. The California ECF funds health & human services, civic & environment, arts, and educational organizations.

2009 Grant Awards

Hurdle Jumpers® is honored to announce grants awarded in 2009.

We thank you for your confidence and generosity:

  • December 2009 – from Joseph Drown Foundation
  • March 2009 – from Boeing Employees Community Fund
  • March 2009 – from Prudential Associates Charitable Fund

2008 Grant Awards

Hurdle Jumpers® is honored to announce grants awarded in 2008.

We thank you for your confidence and generosity:

  • September 2008 – from Joseph Drown Foundation
  • August 2008 – from Novartis Pharmeceuticals
  • March 2008 – from Boeing Employees Community Fund
  • March 2008 – from Aaroe Associates Philanthropic Fund

2007 Grant Awards

Hurdle Jumpers® is honored to announce grants awarded in 2007.

We thank you for your confidence and generosity:

  • May 1, 2007 – from The Ahmanson Foundation
  • April 1, 2007 – from Joseph Drown Foundation

February 12, 2007
JEWISH COMMUNITY FOUNDATION OF LOS ANGELES AWARDS GENERAL COMMUNITY GRANT TO HURDLE JUMPERS TO ASSIST CANCER PATIENTS

In announcing the grant, Marvin Schotland, president and CEO of The Foundation noted “In today’s society, we have all been touched by cancer. As such, we had a strong desire to help seed Hurdle Jumpers®—a new and thoughtful cancer patient support initiative—by providing funding for 1,000 comfort kits. We are pleased to be partnering in such a worthy endeavor because Hurdle Jumpers® will have a clear, direct and positive impact in the lives of cancer patients.”

“Because of The Foundation’s generosity, we are able to provide comfort to 1,000 more cancer patients,” said Halbert, a breast cancer survivor, and Hurdle Jumpers®’ CEO. “We’re so grateful to receive the recognition from such a well-respected organization. It is our hope that the acknowledgement from The Foundation will lead others to take action and participate in such a worthwhile and necessary endeavor.”

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