Hope For Heather - Ovarian Cancer Awareness
Central New York, Syracuse, North Syracuse, Liverpool, Baldwinsville, Utica, Oswego, Cortland, Marcellus, Solvay, LaFayette, Fulton, Mexico, Parish, Rome, Sylvan Beach, Brewerton, Central Square
Hope for Heather is a 100% volunteer organization; We are so proud of what our volunteers have accomplished in Central New York; Excited about the future!
Sisters in Strength -
Positively BRCA -
|Care Baskets for Survivors
. Hope for heather supplies baskets of care items for survivors of gynecologic cancers. This baskets include many of the items that cancer survivors in treatment need and appreciate. You can help us expand this program by sending an email (email@example.com) with the name of a friend you know is a newly diagnosed patient. Or you can participate by donating personal items or money to purchase supplies. If you would like to donate to this fund, please add the memo to your check or credit donation "Care Baskets for Survivors."
|50K TEAL Ribbons for Awareness
. Hope for Heather needs 50,000 TEAL ribbons to encourage ovarian cancer awareness. Help us get the conversation started by hosting a TEAL ribbon party. Have some girl friends over for tea and conversation. All materials and instructions are provided. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org Details: www.hopeforheather.org
Proceeds Benefit Ovarian Cancer Research, Awareness and Local Support.
Hope to See you there!
2016 Top Fundraisers: Frank Smith, Carolyn Cardos,
Jennifer Hanna, Tawn Campolelti
|Teal Ribbon Run More Info | Results of 2016 - 5K Run | Donate|
|$25,000 for Local Support
. Heather's Angel Fund at Upstate Cancer Center - January 2016 Syr. - Hope for Heather, Ovarian Cancer Alliance of CNY, updates Heather's Angel Fund grant, at the New Upstate Cancer Center. H4H donated another $5,000 toward their pledged $25,000 for patients and family members to cover extra costs of treatment, not covered by medical insurance: meal vouchers, parking, personal care, gas card. President Frieda Weeks with Gary Weeks presented the check to Terry Toscano Shenfeld of the Foundation for Upstate Medical University