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Each and every day donors to Roswell Park are contributing to our mission and helping our institution make a meaningful and lasting impact on patient's lives with their thoughtful gifts. Read some of their inspiring stories here.

Carol Bachmann

Carol’s mission: To help Roswell Park’s dedicated researchers find a cure for kidney cancer.

Ninette Dusenberry

“We just love Roswell – it is a wonderful gift to our community,” Ninette Dusenberry says of her dedication to the mission at Roswell Park. Ninette’s son Nicholas bravely fought his battle with Melanoma, which sadly took his life in 2004 at the young age of 24.

Joe and Kathy Curatolo

Joe and Kathy Curatolo make philanthropic giving look like the best party in town!

Mike and Suzanne Ameroso

Mike and Suzanne Ameroso love to volunteer and support Roswell Park. “We were so grateful for the outstanding care that Mike received at Roswell Park that we offered to volunteer,” says Suzanne.

Bob Keenan

“Roswell saved my life – twice.” This is how Bob Keenan likes to introduce himself when he’s at Roswell Park. Bob hopes that his story will inspire others to come to Roswell Park for their treatment.

Philip Hubbell

Philip Hubbell became a Roswell Park volunteer and donor in 2005 when his wife Jayne became a breast cancer patient.

Mary Pinto

After my daughter, Linda Scime, lost her battle with cancer in 2000, I knew I wanted to give back to Roswell Park. I encourage my fellow volunteers to consider legacy giving to complement their commitments to Roswell Park.

Mary R. Manning

I spent my entire career at Roswell Park Comprehensive Cancer Center, as a secretary and executive assistant in the administrative offices of the Vice President of Finance and the Director of Operations.

Robert Spampata

Robert Spampata is a grateful patient who credits Roswell Park clinicians and researchers for saving his life. He says, “the fact that Roswell’s clinicians are researchers, too: that’s the big difference” in treatment plans and success