annual report 2020
the stars come out for csc
Friends and Supporters
We celebrate and honor the friends and supporters of CSC, who make our work possible.
“You’re just not alone. I hope that people know that and feel OK to reach out and take what you need during these times.”
―Kelli O'Hara
CSC Champion and Broadway Star Jason Danieley recently appeared on Stars in the House, joining Tony- award winner Kelli O’Hara, CSC’s President Linda Bohannon, and Senior Director of Clinical Services Eucharia Borden.
The program honored Danieley’s late wife, the Broadway Star and CSC Champion Marin Mazzie, who passed away from ovarian cancer. Hosts Seth Rudetsky and James Wesley led a touching and funny tribute to Mazzie. Bohannon and Borden discussed the pandemic's impact on cancer patients and provided tips on coping with stress and anxiety.
broadway star sings csc praises
“[Marin and I] thought [CSC] was extraordinary...They're there for you with whatever cancer you're going through...They will be there from the day you're diagnosed and walk you through it...they're helping not only the cancer patients but also the caregivers." ―Jason Danieley
Tony- and Emmy-winner and CSC Champion Donna Murphy appeared on Broadway’s Calling, hosted by Broadway veteran Lance Roberts. Guests recounted the moment when they got "the call" to make their Broadway debut. Murphy told hilarious stories, took time to share why she supports us, and asked viewers to join her in making our free services possible.
The Stars Come Out for CSC
Stars in the House
Message of Hope
Inspirational Message from First Lady, Jill Biden
Spring Celebration
Marcia Cross Accepts Marin Mazzie Award for Empowerment
Nurturing Community
Nurses from Holy Name accept Founders Award for Courage