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Five clients share their experiences being matched with a survivor Support Volunteer.
There are many ways to provide hope to cancer patients and their loved ones. Here are a few.
Honoring Lori Roth and Randy Cohen, ReVital Cancer Rehabilitation at Kessler Rehab.
Forget fast. Finding happiness and creating margin to enjoy our loved ones and find what's important.
CHN trustee Lindsay Tasher gets creative with this step-by-step guide to creating one of a kind quilted holiday stockings.
The Spirit of Hope award recognizes ReVital's work to improve quality of life for cancer patients and survivors.
Bypassing online horror stories, finding hope and healing, providing perspective.
Donate a (virtual!) bottle, create hope.
Mona P is finding hope, life and healing after carcinoma of the pharynx.
Join us Monday, October 7 from 12.30-1.30 pm as our guest panel discusses the three documents every person should have (power of attorney, advanced directive and last will and testament), Qualified Charitable Distributions, estate and gift taxes, and more.
World-premier of The Lucky Ones to benefit Cancer Hope Network.
Choosing to live your best life ...It's about choosing to live a life that is intentional and authentic.
One began his musical career with a Flutaphone (that’s a recorder to the rest of us fourth-graders). Another started piano lessons at age five. They’ve hosted concerts, written and recorded songs. Music has been a lifelong passion. Each has been touched by cancer in some way. Together, they’re Hope Overdrive and they will make their debut performance at Rhythm & Hope Concert – a concert benefiting Cancer Hope Network.
Finding a way through when cancer upends everything.
Talk with Bill M. for five minutes, and you’ll probably want to clear your calendar for the rest of the day. He’s that interesting. And that inspiring.
CHN cancer survivor volunteers, leadership come together to make music and raise awareness.
Cancer Hope Network will host its annual Paint with a Purpose wine raiser on Thursday, September 26 at Pinot's Palette in Morristown.
Cancer survivor volunteers from St. Charles Cancer Center are providing support to patients and caregivers in Central Oregon and beyond.
Pickle ball players, travelers, cross-stitchers and more. Our newest class of Support Volunteers is ready to help.
Tickets for this year's Chrysalis Gala - Colors of Hope - are now available.
Talking change with Integrative Nutrition Health Coach and CHN team member Beth.
Scars on the inside: Finding healing and hope after cancer treatment's done.
Support Volunteer Susan won't let metastatic kidney cancer, brain surgery or even immunotherapy get in the way of life well lived.
The fundraising campaign is an opportunity to honor loved ones, celebrate milestones and support cancer patients.
Abandoned celibacy, temporary housing and a lifetime of volunteers - you'll want to meet our newest class of Support Volunteers.
When recovery brings rage. Survivor, author, CHN Volunteer Debbie Woodbury on healing, hope and smashing the occasional light fixture.
Writer, widow, blogger Marlys shares 11 ways to be happier than a bird with a french fry. Even facing cancer.
Support Cancer Hope Network with your gift to this year's Golf Classic in memory of mother and friend Linda Griffin.
Grab your scissors. Break out your screwdrivers! CHN trustee, Golf Classic Chair and crafter extraordinaire Lindsay is back with a quilting lesson.
Our volunteers have battled cancer, slogged through side effects and cared for loved ones. They create community and hope for new patients and caregivers across the nation.
Cancer Hope Network. celebrates the dedicated social work professionals who improve the world.
Metastatic breast cancer thriver Kathy is back on the dance floor. She's sharing hope - and her love of the ponies - with others facing the disease.
37 years after cancer, Edna is inspiring a new generation of survivors.
Dale's tips for cancer patients and the folks who love them.
We’re moving! Join us at newly-renovated Crestmont Golf & Country Club on June 3rd.
Make birthday celebrations more meaningful by hosting a Facebook fundraiser for CHN.
How is it that some people seem to flourish despite life’s challenges, while others wither up and curl in on themselves?
Find encouragement, gain insight and help the CHN bottom line….without spending a cent.
Longtime Director of Programs succeeds Wanda Diak.
Bag It is teaching, guiding and empowering cancer patients and caregivers.
The donation was the result of a multi-month fundraiser and included gifts from individuals as well as the dancer centers.
Middle school special education teacher Emily Parker shares lessons and inspiration from her fight with melanoma.
This fall, despite a run of terrible weather...Stony Hill Farms and the guests at their renowned corn maze raised funds on behalf of Cancer Hope Network.
You are not alone. Holiday wishes from the Cancer Hope Network family.
The Norwex Foundation for a Brighter Future was made on behalf of the Norwex consultants and hosts who hosted Cleaning for a Cause parties.
Life lessons from Stage IV metastatic breast cancer survivor Bridget.
Senior citizen, cancer survivor, CHN Support Volunteer Sandra shares her story and introduces her book.
Transforming lives and creating hope since 1997.
Charles and Randi McGivney are making the world a better place in Norther New Jersey and beyond.
Blogger, speaker, cancer widow Marlys Johnson on on love, loss and persisting to find the best life possible.