You can honor Hope’s memory by raising awareness about childhood cancer in general and in DIPG specifically.
When you choose to make a donation to a charity it is important that you know where your money goes.
According to Newsweek magazine (July 2015), the American Cancer Society donated less than 1% of what it raised to childhood cancer research.
If you do personally donate to the Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children’s Hospital of Chicago (or to any of the other fine organizations listed on our Links page), please be specific and direct your donation to neuro-oncology research related to DIPG or to a cause near and dear to your own heart.
Wear Gray in May and Gold in September to promote childhood cancer awareness.
Hold your own fundraisers… Every little bit can help to make a difference.
Hope was a light in our world. Please keep that light burning by helping to find a cure for DIPG and other childhood cancers.