Community Involvement

The doctors and staff of Integrity Oncology Foundation have a strong belief in community involvement both monetarily and by giving our personal time to participate in local events such as The Susan B. Komen Race for the Cure in Memphis and the Crittenden Relay for Life in West Memphis. Other community based activities that we support are, the Obion County Hometown Walk for Hope (Union City), The Union City High School sports program, and the Collierville H.S and Germantown H.S sports programs in the Memphis area. In addition, we support the Art of Caring event benefiting Baptist Trinity Hospice House in Collierville and The Kemmons Wilson Family Center for Good Greif.



Crittenden Relay for Life in West Memphis, 2013


The Crittenden Relay for Life is an overnight relay by cancer survivors and their supporters to raise money to find a cure for cancer. Integrity Oncology, West Memphis, not only contributed to but participated in the event. We created an air conditioned “Pamper Tent” for survivors that provided foot massages, fingernail polish changes, a wig-trying area and refreshments. Two beautiful gift baskets were raffled off and participants bought balloons and wrote the name of their loved one for a balloon release in the evening.






Komen Memphis-MidSouth Race for the Cure 2013


Integrity’s CEO, Rola Obaji lead a contingent of 12 staff members on the Baptist Race for the Cure Team. The mission of the Susan G. Koman Race for the Cure is to eradicate breast cancer through educational programs, support groups, screenings, diagnostics and treatment. Funds raised from this event support continued research to find a cure and save lives.