Giving Back to Wilmot Richard DiMarzo, Jonathan Friedberg, Alicia Coffin and Paul Hanrahan The Wilmot Cancer Center exists because of the generosity of our patients and their families. The giving that happens today will improve care in the not too distant future. The survivorship program has benefitted from a generous gift from “Judy’s Fund: Hope for Cancer Survivors,” established by her family and friends through a community-based initiative in memory of Judy DiMarzo, who was treated at Wilmot for non-Hodgkin's lymphoma. When you give a gift to Wilmot, you help in several ways: By helping us perform research that improves treatments for cancer patients. By helping us to build and maintain the best facilities for cancer care in the region. By helping us educate the cancer researchers and doctors of tomorrow. To make a gift to the Wilmot Cancer Center, please click here. Click here for more information on Judy’s Fund. Volunteering. To find out about volunteer opportunities at the James P. Wilmot Cancer Center, contact Friends of Strong at 585-275-2420. Volunteer opportunities may also be available through the American Cancer Society, the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, or the Breast Cancer Coalition of Rochester. Supplies & Formula. Patients can post supplies and formula no longer needed on the Oley Foundation website, www.oley.org. Oley is a national non-profit online support community for those on home IV nutrition or tube feeds. Look for the “Equipment Exchange” tab for directions on how to list what you have to donate.