Lexington, NC, March 31, 2015 (Newswire) – Point Security, Inc. will show their support in the annual “Walk, Run, Ride” event to help raise money for local cancer patients on April 11, 2015.
Point Security, Inc. has been a sponsor of the annual “Walk, Run, Ride” event, raising money for local cancer patients, since 2011. The event is organized by the local non-profit Cancer Services of Davidson County, Inc.

The Cancer Services of Davidson County, Inc. provides services – such as physical support, financial support and emotional support – free of charge, to all qualified clients.

In regard to physical support, they provide a variety of equipment and supplies available for loan such as canes, walkers, wheelchairs, shower chairs, bedside commodes, and hospital beds. They are also able to help provide nutritional supplements.

The Cancer Services of Davidson County, Inc. provides financial support to patients who qualify based upon their income level. They help by providing prescription drug assistance for patients, as well as offering transportation reimbursements for patients based upon how many miles they travel to receive treatment and/or see the doctor.

They also offer emotional support through a variety of ways that are all centered around their relationships with their patients. They provide telephone support to clients monthly, individual support to any patient who would like to talk to someone, and/or two support group meetings a month.

“At Point Security, we believe in giving back to the community,” said Brian Holland, President of Point Security, Inc. “This is such a great cause to help local patients with cancer in a variety of ways from emotional to physical to financial support.”

Point Security, Inc. is a Silver Sponsor of the “Walk, Run, Ride” charity event.

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