Irving, TX, January 07, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- The Woodall Foundation has donated $15,000.00 to support the Dallas-based non-profit, Sandler-Kenner Foundation.
The generous grant from The Woodall Foundation was made possible by Martin Woodall the founder and chairman of the Woodall Foundation. He said, “I saw the good work Sandler-Kenner is doing and have made it one of my new main causes. I’m pleased to support the work that Sandler-Kenner Foundation is doing in the field of pancreatic cancer.”
The Woodall Foundation was founded in February of 1999 as a compassionate response for children in need. Martin Woodall, former Vice President of Mark Cuban Companies, wanted to give back to the community where he had lived, worked and experienced a great deal of financial success for over 20 years. Forming a non profit foundation allowed Martin to accomplish this goal while at the same time helping those less fortunate.
The Sandler-Kenner Foundation is bringing awareness to a groundbreaking study to advance the early detection of pancreatic cancer. The Foundation’s primary focus is to improve survivability of pancreatic cancer patients by developing early identification tools that are highly sensitive, cost effective and easily implemented by medical practitioners.
About Sandler-Kenner Foundation
The Sandler-Kenner Foundation, established in 2007 as the Las Colinas Cancer Center Foundation, was renamed in early 2011 in the memory of Michael Sandler and Peter Kenner, both of whom passed away from pancreatic cancer. The Sandler-Kenner Foundation is a 501(c)(3) charitable organization. All donations made to Sandler-Kenner Foundation are tax-deductible to the extent allowed by law. Learn more at www.HelpFightPancreaticCancer.org.