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Black & Red 2023
Save the Date!
We are pleased to announce that Hartford Hospital’s premier gala, Black & Red will return to The Bushnell Center for the Performing Arts on Saturday, April 22, 2023.
Join us as we honor the Hartford HealthCare Cancer Institute at Hartford Hospital and its Helen & Harry Gray Cancer Center as they provide compassionate, personalized clinical care and innovative research in Hartford and beyond.
Sponsorship, ticket and entertainment information can be found on our event page.
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Hear Donor Stories
After struggles with a rare disorder, a donor and BJI researcher united to help others overcome it.
People living with Ehlers-Danlos syndromes (EDS) can spend years searching for a diagnosis. An anonymous donor who spent most of her adult life searching for the cause of her digestive problems before Hartford Hospital physicians diagnosed EDS hopes to change that through a generous gift supporting the research of HealthCare senior scientist Sara Strecker.
Justin Carmona wants to be the best fundraiser in the world by using video games.
Justin is realizing his philanthropic goal through the TwitchTV stream Game4theCure. For every game Justin’s team wins, members donate to the Helen & Harry Gray Cancer Center at Hartford Hospital. The stream has raised more than $1,500 to date.
Dr. Bill Henry’s Story
Hartford HealthCare has played a vital role in many of our lives, from the professionals who cared for us as infants to the first responders there for us when emergency strikes.
Sometimes those personal and professional relationships can be mutually interdependent, as was the case when Dr. Bill Henry—who had devoted his career to caring for children—on his final journey home received the same high standard of care from a former patient.
Deborah “Debbie” Bator was passionate, especially about helping people. Her brother Michael Kamal says she was born that way.
As a volunteer and certified Reiki practitioner, Deborah “Debbie” Bator brought enthusiasm and passion to the touch therapy she provided to patients at the Helen & Harry Gray Cancer Center at Hartford Hospital.
Sadly, Bator, who was from Willington, died in 2020. To honor her uplifting spirit, her family established the Debbie Bator Memorial Fund to support integrative and holistic medicine for cancer and hospice patients. Friends and family have raised nearly $10,000 in tribute to Bator’s dedication.
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