HopeWell welcomes all people with cancer, and those who care for them, always free of charge, yet the annual cost of maintaining HopeWell’s community is approximately $1,000 per participant. So, please join us to reach our goals and help welcome 200 people to the HopeWell community.
Every friend strengthens our community and every dollar makes a difference.
$100 keeps HopeWell stocked with fresh filtered water, coffee, and tea for a week $1,000 provides a year of HopeWell programs and services for one person with cancer $2,500 underwrites an 8-week course to teach people how to manage the stress of living with cancer $7,500 covers the cost of 6 months of a bi-weekly support group
. . . because it takes more than just medicine.
6,000 steps and raising funds for Hopewell Cancer Support. Please show your support and donate generously.
HopeWell Cancer Support's mission is to inspire healing, hope, and purpose for people and their loved ones who experience the life-changing impact of cancer, by providing support through caring, trust, understanding, peace, and strength in our growing, diverse community called HopeWell.
About the Organization:
HopeWell is thousands of people, young and old, patients and loved ones, who share in the life-changing experience of cancer. The focus of our unique support community is the psychological, physical, and spiritual response to cancer. Facilitated by talented professionals and surrounded by people who understand and care, our members receive the psycho-social support that is vital to the healing process. Through our no-cost support groups, seminars, and exercise classes, we aim to build lasting relationships and inspire life-giving hope and life-fulfilling purpose.
For over 25 years, we have served the Greater Baltimore community, welcoming all people with cancer and their loved ones. Opening our door to more than 200,000 visits . . . offering more than 7,500 days of incomparable support, wellness, and education. And while much in the world of cancer has changed over the last quarter century, one thing remains true: cancer is not going away any time soon.
Join us to help people with cancer and their loved ones cope with the life-changing impact of a cancer diagnosis.
In memory of Jeanette's only sibling, Evelyn Imperiale-Marano. Jeanette, thank you for being a part of Hazel's Road Runners 2019!
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