Dine and Donate Events
By patronizing The Village Pub Swedesboro, The Village Pub Sewell, and CINDER BAR in Clarksboro during these event, 15% of the bill was donated to Pink Clover. So if your lunch was $20, then the restaurant donated $3 when you showed the voucher.
That may not seem like much, but it cost you nothing more than showing the voucher from the events page. And trust us, Everything Matters.
So THANK YOU!
Attending one of these events? Remember to Tag us in your photo, or or just send it to email@example.com.
We love to see them, and will post them!
Check our Events page for more great events like these, a bigger events like our Golf Outing, and Formal Galas.
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Pink Clover 5K Run and 1 Mile Walk
A beautiful day for this event after weeks of inconsistent weather! Great turn out to help a deserving woman. Thank you all!! We know we had a couple hiccups, but overall it was an amazing day.
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Nearly 500 images captured at the event in hi-res. We are loading as quickly as we can. Two links above but more to come. Enjoy, share!
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Colleen Sorbello Lab dedication and PINK OUT GAME
What a weekend!! The University of New Haven hosted Pink Clover at the dedication ceremony of the Colleen Sorbello Research Laboratory, and the Chargers vs. Assumption PINK OUT game.
We were honored, humbled and proud to be partners with UNH. This University is focused and dedicated to this cause, our cause.
Well thanks to the overwhelming response and amazing support from our sponsors, we just completed our most amazing event of the year. The PINK TIE GALA We could not have done it without you!!! And we can not thank you enough!!
The pictures are up. Special thanks to "The Broker" Horace Knight @https://linktr.ee/iamhoraceknight
Click to see the pictures from the Pink Tie Gala!
Update September 2018
What's "news" with Pink Clover? Well, it's more exciting things of course. After a great meeting back in June, PENN MEDICINE has partnered with the Colleen Sorbello Breast Cancer Foundation in our effort to provide RESEARCH, EDUCATION, and COMFORT to women with breast cancer. PENN MEDICINE is a leading pioneer in cancer research, and is a great fit for us and our mission. Check out the link below.
We continue to look toward the future. Expanding our charity to reach more of those in need. And this doesn't happen without the great support from YOU!! We can not thank you enough.
2019 is going to be a great year for us. Some awesome events are being planned. Our partners are focused and passionate, and we are driven to make a difference for more woman.
In the words of our chairman Sam Sorbello, "It's what Colleen wanted"
Update August 2018
Progress continues at the University of New Haven on a state of the art cancer research lab at Dodds Hall. This lab is the fruition of Colleen's dream to give back to help and comfort others with the battle against breast cancer. Dedication of the lab should happen in October. We will continue to update you on the progress as you are a big part of this too. Here are the new photos;
August 03 2018 Gift Presentation
On behalf of the Colleen Sorbello Breast Cancer Foundation board, we presented Colleen Brooks a check to assist her while she deals with the burden of cancer therapy. This gift was made possible by the generosity of those who attended the August 3rd Golf event.
Colleen Brook's Story
In March of 1985, just a little over a month after turning 15 years old, Colleen was diagnosed with Stage 4B Hodgkin’s Disease.
She underwent 9 months of chemotherapy treatments. Treatments and care, which she confirms were far less advanced than those of today.
In December 1985, treatments concluded, and it was determined that Colleen was in remission.
Follow-up appointments continued for nearly 20 years and it was then determined that Colleen was cured and had beaten the odds.
Fast forward to August 2014, nearly 30 years after Colleen’s diagnosis of childhood cancer, and she was advised she had breast cancer.
Colleen underwent a double mastectomy in 2014 and subsequent treatments through MD Anderson Cancer Center. She continues her care with them, including monthly and daily medication regimens.
At the time of Colleen’s breast cancer diagnosis, she was unemployed and due to the cancer diagnosis was unable to secure employment. This resulted in significant financial challenges.
Colleen shared a glimpse of the financial struggle including disconnection of utilities, debts in collection, her home in foreclosure and scheduled for sheriff’s sale, etc. Ultimately, she received assistance to save her home, but the many other financial struggles have continued.
She has conveyed not only how incredibly grateful she is to be receiving our support, but also how honored she is to be receiving this assistance tonight in Colleen’s memory.
Colleen has conveyed that her faith and trust in God is critical in her life and she knows that God has a purpose for each and every struggle.
She wholeheartedly believes that empathy is a far greater teacher than sympathy.
She is grateful that God is able to use her testimony to help others who are facing comparable challenges and to simply let them know they are not alone.
Prior to Colleen’s breast cancer diagnosis, she had spent 20+ years serving others through her non-profit employment as a Chief Financial Officer and hopes to return to the workforce so she is able to once again make a difference in the lives of others.
Colleen resides in Oak Valley with her service dog Colton
August 3, 2018 Pink Clover Golf Event
Update July 2018
Work has begun at the University of New Haven on a state of the art cancer research lab at Dodds Hall. This lab is the fruition of Colleen's dream to give back to help and comfort others with the battle against breast cancer. And the University of New Haven has a passionate and driven biology program that she felt had the right focus. We will continue to update you on the progress as you are a big part of this too. Here are a few photos;
May 8th 2018 Gift Presentation
On behalf of the Colleen Sorbello Breast Cancer Foundation board, we presented Valerie Roland a check to assist her while she deals with the burden of cancer therapy. This gift was made possible by the generosity of those who attended the May 4th Beef and Beer.
2018 Pink Clover Beef and Beer
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April 2018 Mullica Hill Sun
Breast Cancer Foundation named after Mullica Hill resident gets mission in motion
Special to The Sun
A breast cancer foundation whose facets are focused towards research, lectures, and providing service towards comforting those experiencing treatments for breast cancer are the tenets of this premise with an idea and action. At the start of April, a South Jersey foundation, the Colleen Sorbello Breast Cancer Foundation — also known as Pink Clover — launched their charity’s website, www.pinkcloverfoundation.org.
The Colleen Sorbello Breast Cancer Foundation is a non-profit foundation with concentrated services and research dedicated to breast cancer. Before her passing due to complications with breast cancer, Sorbello helped others suffering with the same cancer. After her passing, the foundation took on Sorbello’s initiative; her husband, Sam, family and friends played big roles and continue to do so. The foundation’s mission is to Research, Educate, Comfort and Live.
On the site, viewers can discover the story of Colleen Sorbello and her battle with breast cancer. The mission, events, news, donation details and contact information can all be found on the site.