Salida, Colorado-HRRMC's Foundation recently received a donation from local real estate
broker and Arbonne area manager Barbara Pearson-Sawyer, to benefit local
This was the second year that Pearson-Sawyer organized "Hope for a
Cure," a fundraiser to raise money for those affected by cancer in our area.
This year "Hope for a Cure" was dedicated in memory of Molly
Grether, the 33-year-old daughter of local residents Bob and Katy Grether,
who lost her battle with cancer on June 30. "During her time with
us, Molly taught us through her presence how to be more loving, grateful
and compassionate," said Pearson-Sawyer.
The funds were raised through a live event at First Colorado Land Office,
purchase of "Pure Safe Beneficial" Health and Wellness Arbonne
Products, and by private donations from clients, friends and family members.
Pearson-Sawyer, who is a cancer survivor herself, said, "I believe
there is "Hope for a Cure" because of communities like this
that work together along with local healthcare facilities to make a difference
to bring about new research and technology, better trained doctors and
nurses, early detection and prevention through education about health
and wellness, and making better choices for yourself and your families."
Pearson-Sawyer and her team want to thank those who participated and donated
to this year's "Hope for a Cure." Your generosity is greatly