The Judith Adele Agentis Charitable Foundation is very honored and humbled to present this video message by Dan Roebuck, nationally noted actor, director, and Bethlehem native. Among Dan’s many credits, including the 2017 feature film, “Getting Grace” which filmed solely in Bethlehem, PA, including scenes at St. Luke’s Hospice House and St. Luke’s Hospital.
Over the years, Dan has become known for acting roles in Matlock, Lost, The Fugitive, and the Jay Leno film, among scores of other roles.
Thank you, Dan, for taking the time from your busy work/life schedule to recognize St. Luke’s Hospice and JAACF.
A Charitable Foundation established to provide meals to Hospice Centers; and to provide testing, early detection, awareness and education about Pancreatic, Liver, and Colon Cancers .
Through generous food donations made by Restaurants, bakery’s and Grocery stores, Judie’s Table provides meals to families visiting their loved ones in Hospice care. These donations also provide for the Staff who are often unable to have regular meals due to the performance of urgent duties at the Hospice. The food donations are solicited through the foundation, picked up and delivered to the Hospice by volunteers.
Since Pancreatic Cancer shows little or no symptoms until late stages, the foundation will urge individuals to be screened and will provide payment of tests , i.e. CAT SCANs , X Rays, MRI’s, and Colonoscopies. This assistance will include at risk individuals who cannot secure a medical script for the procedure or do not have medical insurance and cannot afford for payment of the Test. Payments for the test will be secured through donation solicited from individuals, corporation and businesses. The Test will be administered through participating radiology centers both private and institutional.