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2016 Donation ChallengeDonation : $078,456.9/ $126,500 Help us reach our year-end goal of $250,000. Become a Hope Partner by making a monthly donation to Hope Abounds, Inc LEARN MORE
Women of Hope and A Kids Hope are both programs of Hope Abounds, Inc. that has dedicated itself to enhancing the life of a female, child or teen cancer patient and their families.
Local children and youth who are cancer survivors serve as crew chiefs for each respective sponsor race team and will be honored at the Victory Celebration along with team sponsors. Race Day: September 24, 2016. Starting Time: 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM. Location: Jungle Rapids Family Fun Park Following the Championship Race, A Victory Celebration is held for sponsors and ticket guests. Time: 7:00 PM. Location: Hilton Wilmington Riverside.
Please come join us for Fall Breeze, Sunday, November 20, 2016 at the Sheraton Imperial Hotel and Conference Center, in the Research Triangle Park. This is a one day event to support our charity Hope Abounds that is dedicated to helping women, children and teens facing a cancer diagnosis to navigate their journey. With the monies raised at Fall Breeze we will be able to provide support services that include patient advocacy, emotional support through groups or individual, financial support and educational opportunities.
Elizabeth Barnes started Hope Abounds when cancer hit close to home. Look out cancer. Mother warrior, Elizabeth Barnes, is on your trail. Sparked by their daughter Kelly’s diagnosis of breast cancer at age thirty-two, Barnes and husband, Kenny, dashed in to establish support systems, filing the gaps they saw in their family’s journey. Their daughter […]Read More
On May 11, 2014, I found a lump in my breast. Eleven days later, I was diagnosed with stage 1 breast cancer. I was 48 years old. My mother had been diagnosed at age 65 in 2003 with a very aggressive Stage 3 form of breast cancer and passed away two years later in 2005. […]Read More