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Nicolina Cabezal

Marketing Strategist for Action Environmental Group.

With Your Support,There Is So Much We Can Do!

With Your Support,There Is So Much We Can Do!

See how your generous gift can make an impact to the kids of the Hope and Heroes organization.

Donation Equivalencies

 

HH Party   

A donation of $25 can

  • Support a child's milestone celebration, such as birthdays and end-of-treatment
  • Provide meals for a family with great need
  • Supply character band-aids for patients to choose from after any needle procedure
     

A contribution of $50 will

  • Support SAT prep classes for patients and survivors
  • Help fund support groups for patients, parents, and siblings
  • Provide books and movies for children to use when staying in the hospital
  reading
     
 SATprep  

Your gift of $100

  • Supports integrative sessions for patients to help with side effects from treatment
  • Helps provide educational assistance for patients, including tutoring and college prep
  • Provide transportation to and from the hospital for children and families
     

A donation of $250

  • Supports assistance for a cancer patient who is transitioning back to school
  • Provides psychosocial counseling for children with cancer and their family members
  • Assist families with out-of-pocket medical costs, such as co-pays and prescriptions
  HH treat care update
     
HH camp  

For a gift of $500, you can

  • Fund red blood cell transfusions for a child undergoing treatment
  • Make it possible for a child with cancer to attend summer camp
  • Provide lodging in a nearby hotel for a family whose child is receiving treatment
     

Your generous gift of $1,000

  • Supports fertility preservation for pediatric cancer patients
  • Helps families pay for yearly health check-ups for their young cancer survivor
  • Provides life-saving bone marrow transplants for children with cancer
  HH Research
     
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Hope and Heroes Patient Story: Emerson Riter
Hope and Heroes Patient Story: Hank Ford