The words 'Winterlark 2021' in a script font and two gold illustrated birds

Make a Gift Today

Your gift to Winterlark, the annual fundraiser for the Cancer Patient Support Program, is needed now more than ever. 

We all know someone who has been affected by cancer – a family member, a friend, a neighbor. It can be a long difficult road. Our Cancer Patient Support Program (CPSP), is truly at the heart of our Comprehensive Cancer Center, providing patients and caregivers with the type of patient support that we know is vital to those facing a cancer diagnosis. This year more than ever we need our community to come together to support this important program. 

At Wake Forest Baptist Health, the Cancer Patient Support Program (CPSP) offers patients and their families individual and group counseling, support groups, patient aid, and other healing and holistic therapies designed to ease the cancer journey.

What is Winterlark and how is it different this year?

This year the signature event supporting the CPSP – Winterlark has been reimagined from an in-person black-tie gala to a virtual campaign. Instead of one wonderful evening, the 38th annual Winterlark is being celebrated throughout the month of February. 

Join us in Support of Cancer Patients and Their Families

There are many opportunities to support the Cancer Patient Support Program at Wake Forest Baptist Health.  You can become a peer-to-peer fundraiser or support one of the champions already raising funds.  You can also make an individual or corporate gift.  A contribution of any amount will help provide CPSP services to patients.  Your gift will also be a reflection of how our community has come together to ensure that no one faces cancer alone. 

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Winterlark and the Cancer Patient Support Program

Dr. Richard P. McQuellon, PhD, discusses the purpose of the Cancer Patient Support Program, how its importance has increased with the COVID-19 pandemic, and why the fundraising of Winterlark 2021 matters so much.

 

 

Who are the 2021 Winterlark Chairs?

Two men and two women, all dressed in formal wear, stand in front of a portrait and floral arrangement 

Coleman and Sarah Team live in Winston-Salem with their daughters, Milly and Copeland. Coleman serves as a partner in Front Street Capital, a development, private equity and asset management firm that is headquartered in Winston-Salem. Sarah is a Raleigh native and has lived in Winston-Salem since 2010. A graduate of Presbyterian College, Sarah has worked with various local businesses including Salem College and Monkee’s and is actively involved in volunteer work throughout the community. 

Matt and Ashley Kohlrus have lived in Lewisville for the past nine years. Ashley is the chief operations officer at Allegacy Federal Credit Union, and Matt is a senior consultant for product development at Lincoln Financial Group. They have two children, Keegan and Darby, who attend Forsyth Country Day School. The Kohlrus family are members of St. Paul’s Episcopal Church in Winston-Salem, and they enjoy University of Tennessee athletics, travel and playing with their Bernedoodle, Simba.