44News Reporter Amanda Chodnicki went Inside the Community for Community Care. This is a segment where we partner with Health and Social Service Organizations, AHEC and CAPE to make sure you get the information and resources you need when you need it most.
The Darrell Ragland Foundation for Living with Pancreatic Cancer joined Amanda Chodnicki Tuesday morning. Karen Ragland was also here Tuesday morning.
This organization was established last year after Darrell Ragland’s own battle with Pancreatic Cancer. There is a website for the foundation as well as a GoFundMe page.
If you need the Darrell Ragland Foundation or know someone who does, you can call 812-480-1567. You can also visit The Darrell Ragland Foundation page or visit in person at 5600 Washington Avenue in Evansville.
There’s also a GoFundMe page, visit The Darrell Ragland Foundation.