The Crawford Crew’s Diane Crawford was featured on Good Day Columbus promoting a local Columbus event. Proceeds from the Gin and Vodka Festival benefited our organization and presented us the opportunity to educate the audience on what we do and raise cervical cancer awareness.
Hearts of Hope for The Crawford Crew was featured in The Medallion Connection (article and cover shown below). The article discussed our mission, our success thus far and our Hearts of Hope pendants. We can’t thank Kimberly Eucker enough for the work she does in creating the Heart of Hope pendants and her continued dedication to the foundation! Visit our website to learn more: http://thecrawfordcrew.org/cervical-cancer-gifts/
Join us for The Crawford Crew’s 5th annual charity event, Raise A Racket for Cervical Cancer Awareness is being held Saturday, January, 21st, 2017 at Wickertree Tennis and Fitness on Maple Canyon Ave., in Columbus. Read more: http://wnci.iheart.com/calendar/january-21-2017/the-crawford-crews-5th-annual-raise-532250/#ixzz4eWhwMNzm
After Diane Crawford developed cervical cancer, she underwent a radical hysterectomy at the OSUCCC — James to remove it. And then she started a nonprofit organization to help other women prevent it. Read more: https://cancer.osu.edu/cancer-specialties/cancer-care-and-treatment/patient-stories/diane-crawford
By Lori Kurtzman, The Columbus Dispatch
As Diane Crawford sat waiting for doctors to remove the cancer buried inside her, she decided her own surgery wasn’t going to be enough. Once this was over, she was going to see that others never got this far. And in this case, there actually was something she could do. Read more: http://www.dispatch.com/content/stories/local/2016/03/08/advocates-too-many-children-not-getting-hpv-vaccine.html
Taking a bad situation and turning it into something positive.
Westerville Life -hibu magazine Diane Crawford Is a Survivor, pgs. 18-19
impactCancer – The OSUCCC – James Cancer Hospital and Solove Research Institute
Community Partners – Raise a Racket, pg. 16