Pasadena Fire Department's "Pasadena Goes Pink" Fundraising Donates Over $19,000 to the Jim and Eleanor Randall Breast Center

December 6, 2017

"Pasadena Goes Pink" Fundraising Donates to the Jim and Eleanor Randall Breast Center

For the past seven years, Pasadena Fire Department has partnered with Huntington Hospital during October to bring awareness to breast cancer with "Pasadena Goes Pink" fundraisers. Last week, Pasadena firefighters, along with Basecamp Fitness Pasadena and California Pizza Kitchen/Pasadena, proudly presented a check for $19,032.15 to physicians, nurses and administrative staff to support the Jim and Eleanor Randall Breast Center. This generous donation is the result of fundraising throughout October, which included a walk around the Rose Bowl, a day of fundraising at the California Pizza Kitchen, t-shirt sales and "filling the boot" on the streets of Pasadena. We’d like to extend a huge thank you to Danae La Trobe, Pasadena Fire Department, for her role in coordinating these community events that bring ongoing support of breast cancer awareness.

“Eleanor Randall tackled her personal experience with courage, dignity and determination,” said Jane Haderlein, senior vice president, philanthropy and public relations, Huntington Hospital. "It means so much to have the men and women of the Pasadena Fire Department recognize and support women in our community.”

About Jim and Eleanor Randall Breast Center

Jim and Eleanor Randall Breast Center is operated by Huntington Health Physicians, Huntington Hospital's trusted outpatient physician partner group, and staffed by expert radiologists from The Hill Medical Corporation. Our patients receive rapid access to screening and diagnostics with state-of-the-art technology and expert care for the highest quality breast imaging services. Jim and Eleanor Randall Breast Center (formerly known as Huntington-Hill Breast Center) is conveniently located and provides a tranquil environment along with quick results to ensure peace of mind.