During Breast Cancer Awareness Month, the non-profit organization Circle of Hope is expected to host its annual event, “31 Days of Hope,” to help increase attention and support for the awareness, early detection and treatment of this disease.
Events include fundraisers at a number of different restaurants, stores, gyms and entertainment centers, according to organizers.
For 31 continuous days, the Santa Clarita Valley community has partnered with Circle of Hope in assisting those with cancer by raising valuable funds needed to help assist cancer patients who cannot afford their life-saving cancer treatments. The funds that are raised through these events help make possible the programs and financial assistance services that Circle of Hope offers to those with cancer in the SCV community.
“It is through the support of our community that Circle of Hope is able to offer supportive services to not only those with breast cancer, but to those in our community who are fighting all cancers,” said Christy Grable, chairman, 31 Days of Hope. “Together we can make a difference in someone’s life who is battling this terrible disease.”
Circle of Hope provides emotional, educational and financial assistance along with supportive wellness therapies and support groups to the cancer community. All programs are offered free of charge.
This month’s events take place at a variety of different locations in the Santa Clarita community. For the full listing of 31 Days of Hope advocacy and beneficiary events to support, click here.
Interested organizations, businesses, restaurants or community groups can contact Circle of Hope at 661 254-5218 or by emailing [email protected].
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