April 2021

Diane Crawford says that even in the pandemic it is very important to do your routine screenings. As many things open back up and doctors offices are providing a safe environment, having regular check ups is the best way to catch any health issues early.

November 2020

The Crawford Crew partners with Helping Hands Health and Wellness Center in Columbus to provide free cancer screenings and exams to women in need.

Visit Helping Hands to see all they have to offer adults who are underserved and underinsured. We are beyond grateful to be able to join the center in providing cancer prevention screenings in our community.

Columbus dispatch

April 2019

TCC founder Diane Crawford was interviewed for a story in the Columbus Dispatch about advances in HPV testing. Doctors at The Ohio State University are working to make HPV testing more accessible. The Crawford Crew is committed to its mission, spreading the word in our communities about the importance of HPV testing for cancer prevention. Click below to read the full article.


April 2018

The Crawford Crew is so excited to have our Paint the ‘Ville Teal published in the Medallion Connection! We love spreading awareness and impacting our community. This event has spread throughout the Westerville area and we are excited to see it continue to grow. To learn more about Paint the ‘Ville Teal or to get involved visit:

March 2018

Highland Lakes Life magazine honored The Crawford Crew with an article about how we Painted the ‘Ville Teal this year! We are so excited to have made an impact on our community with this event in its first year and for it to continue in the future. To see more pictures and for more information on Paint the ‘Ville Teal visit:

I heart Media

January 2018

WNCI and iHeart Media have been long time supporters of The Crawford Crew and specifically Raise A Racket. Raise A Racket is an event The Crawford Crew puts on to raise awareness and support for cervical cancer. This past year for the 6th annual Raise A Racket event both WNCI and iHeart Media were much appreciated sponsors.

Diance Crawford

October 2017

The Ohio State University James Cancer Hospital share a series of first-person accounts from their patients on their website. These patients chose to share their journeys in hope of providing current and future patients with additional strength, hope, and a deeper understanding of the cancer journey. Diane Crawford, as a cervical cancer survivor, took the time to write out her story to help with this encouraging platform The James has created. In her story, she was able to talk about the creation of The Crawford Crew and inform other patients about what the foundation is and how they are here to help them.


August 2017

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.

September 2016

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:

medallion article

March 2017

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:

WNCI Radio

January 2017

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:

September 2016

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:

Diane Crawford And Tracy Townsend

April 2016

Toward a Cancer Free WorldWhy the HPV Vaccine is So Important

Columbus Dispatch

March 2016

Few kids getting HPV vaccine; health advocates frustrated

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:

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