Cancer Survivor Resources

Ever wonder how to help your friends and family facing cancer?  Here are some wonderful services to help you send love and support in this difficult time.


Hope Scarves shares scarves, stories and hope with people facing cancer. We do this by collecting scarves and stories from survivors and passing them on to others.  A Hope Scarf can be requested by individuals in treatment, sent as gifts to loved ones or shared in the hospital setting.  We conduct workshops in scarf making, scarf tying and writing to use art to promote healing. And, we invest in translational metastatic breast cancer research to provide hope to those facing the most serious forms of cancer.  Since our founding in 2012 we have sent nearly 10,000 scarves to people facing over 92 different types of cancer in every state & 23 countries.  The oldest recipient is 97 and the youngest, 4.  We have also invested over $200,000 in metastatic breast cancer research. Whether you are a patient, have a loved one facing cancer or a survivor Hope Scarves can be a resource.  


Our Pink sister, Valerie Gobel's cousin Karen, who lives in Arizona, developed this great project, Cranes for Cancer. There is an old Japanese tradition that 1,000 origami paper cranes will bring good luck. Cranes for Cancer's mission is to provide boxes of 1,000 cranes to cancer patients. The 1000 cranes bring hope and uplift spirits. If you know of anyone who might like to receive cranes, just send the name/address and Karen will send a package of cranes to them to lift their spirits.



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