Mission Statement

The Belinda Sue Fund for Ovarian Cancer Awareness & Research, Inc. was founded on November 1, 2011. The purpose of the Fund is to increase public awareness of Ovarian Cancer and to support organizations in advancing their research in the identification of an effective Ovarian Cancer screening tool.


Board Members

Thomas S. Nantais, Chairman & Treasurer

Jacqueline Prince, President

Michele Munkarah, Vice President

Lisa M. Cruz, Secretary

Caroline Maykovich

Suzanne Nantais

Cynthia L. Ulreich, NP-C, AOCNP





Tee Off for 

Ovarian Cancer Awareness & Research 

Golf Tournament


Saturday, November 14, 2015


Westchase Golf Club in Tampa, FL

Click below for tournament brochure.  

You can also register on line at www.westchasegc.com

Tournament Brochure




In Other News... 

The Sharon Elaine Foundation was founded in memory of Sharon Elaine who passed away from Ovarian Cancer in October 2011.  The purpose of this wonderful organization is to gift custom-made human hair wigs to cancer survivors.  To learn more visit: The Sharon Elaine Foundation.


Read the latest issue of our Newsletter by clicking below

2015 Summer Newsletter


 Tom Nantais and Caroline Maykovich were interviewed by WXYZ Detroit on Saturday, September 26, 2015 promoting Ovarian Cancer awareness!

Watch the interview!!

Tom Nantais and Caroline Maykovich, daughter of Tom and Belinda Sue, were interviewed on Detroit's local news station WDIV by Dr. Frank McGeorge about the BRCA1 gene mutation.


Watch this moving and informative video!!



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A portion of donations received have gone towards co-funding

a Research Seed Grant through the Foundation for Women’s Cancer

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As part of our awareness campaign, keep an eye out for The Belinda Sue Fund billboards similar to the one below!!

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We have met our research seed grant funding goal with the Foundation for Women's Cancer!

We co-funded the grant with Patrick Welker who lost his wife, Mary-Jane, to Ovarian Cancer.  Grants are published in the FWC's Summer 2015 Research Booklet with a request for porposals.  The deserving researcher will be awarded the grant at FWC's Annual Meeting in San Diego in March 2016