Adam McCroskie, a marketing representative with Heritage Premium Assignment Company in Texas, dedicates much of his time to philanthropic efforts. One of the ways Adam McCroskie gives back to the community is through the Huntsman Cancer Foundation.
Based in Utah, the Huntsman Cancer Foundation (HCF) is the fundraising wing of the Huntsman Cancer Institute (HCI) at the University of Utah, the number one genetics research facility worldwide. The success of HCL is due, in part, to the donors who choose to contribute to the facility.
The HCF provides a variety of incentives for donors. Those who donate at least $350 can claim a brick paver, which will be placed in the pathway between the Huntsman Cancer Institute and Huntsman Cancer Hospital. The paver can be engraved with a message of up to 40 characters, and is often used to memorialize a loved one or to acknowledge the donor. Larger donors can choose a room or facility at the Institute that has not yet been given a name and name it in honor of themselves or their loved ones. Some of the facilities that have already been named include a waiting room, a private dining room, and an outpatient clinic.