Meet founding volunteer, Doug Hoyt
Final video in the Copper Pot Pictures series on the Walk for a Cure
By KATHLEEN EDGECOMB
People participate in the Terri Brodeur Breast Cancer Foundation’s annual walking marathon for a variety of reasons. Doug Hoyt, the late Terri Brodeur’s brother-in-law who has volunteered for the annual walk since its inception in 2006, is proud of the foundation’s commitment to donating all fundraising dollars to cancer research. Watch his story in the final video of a four part series by Copper Pot Pictures that highlights the commitment of volunteers, walkers and survivors who have raised over $6 million for TBBCF.
Dave LaMattina, the son of one of the founding members of the Foundation, and his business partner Chad Walker, are in-kind sponsors for TBBCF at the Platinum level and their company, Copper Pot Pictures, has produced several other videos for the foundation over the years. They have never charged for their services.
LaMattina has said he is in awe of the passion of all those associated with the foundation and their commitment to donate all the money they raise to research to find a cure for cancer and better treatments for those already diagnosed.