Methodist Hospitals Foundation receives annual donation from cancer survivor

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After surviving cancer, over 12 years ago, Mark McDaniel always wanted to “pay it forward”.  So he decided to host a HORSE basketball tournament as a fundraiser for Methodist Hospitals.

Formerly named Giddy Up Games and now known as Giddy Up Games Pond-A-Palooza Music Festival, the tournament has grown from just 12 participants playing in the driveway of the McDaniel’s Schererville home, to a full-blown block party around the pond of his new home.

The event now attracts more than 200 participants and is in its 14th year.  A cancer survivor who credits Methodist Hospitals with saving his life, McDaniel, through his Giddy Up Games Pond-A-Palooza Music Festival, donated $3,400 to the hospital’s foundation in memory of his friends, Chad P. Smith and Patricia Burger, who both died of cancer.

Donations from the 2013 and 2014 Pond-A-Palooza Music Festival have totaled $5,600 and will be used to provide support for patients undergoing cancer treatment by providing services that include meditation and yoga classes.

For more information, visit methodisthospitals.org



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