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Family Spotlight: “The joy in my Husband’s Heart” by Lisa Zakowski

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My retreat at Little Pink Houses of Hope was one of the most meaningful experiences in my and my husband’s life. After nearly one year of diagnosis, treatments and trying to keep things together for our family, we finally got the chance to just be. To take time to relax, enjoy one another and take […]

‘Vacation’ from cancer – The Times News

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Article from The Times News – http://www.thetimesnews.com/entertainment/20170611/vacation-from-cancer Little Pink Houses of Hope, an N.C.-founded charity that provides free retreats for breast cancer patients and their families, is reaching out to Ellen DeGeneres for a boost. Sandy Ellington-Graves, a realtor with Allen Tate Realtors in Burlington and one of the organization’s VolunSTARS, announced the campaign to […]

Little Pink Houses Retreat Returns To Ocean City

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Article is from “The Dispatch” in Ocean City, MDLink to the article: https://mdcoastdispatch.com/2017/06/08/little-pink-houses-retreat-returns-to-ocean-city/Jun 08,2017 by Bethany HooperFamilies are pictured enjoying their free meals at General’s Kitchen as part of the Little Pink Houses of Hope retreat. Photo by Bethany Hooper OCEAN CITY – Eleven families from around the country met in Ocean City this week to […]

Family Spotlight: “Restored my faith” by Sherry Pelosky

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Being a part of the Little Pink family is like having a large network of people who are there for you in every event of your life. They are all family to me. Becoming a volunteer has been a gift to us. It’s an opportunity for my family to be a part of something that […]

Family Spotlight: “Meaning and Purpose” by Ann Marie Faillace

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God has used Little Pink for myself and family to connect and enjoy life so much more with meaning and purpose. We are grateful for each one. It is a great organization with Christian roots founded on so much love and support. Ann Marie Faillace from Montague, New Jersey Hatteras Island Retreat 2014

Family Spotlight: “Belief in the Human Spirit” by Meghan Schiesser

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Little Pink rejuvenated my belief in the human spirit. It helped me and my kids relax and have fun while forgetting about my breast cancer and the divorce that I was going through. I believe in the Little Pink Houses of Hope mission statement … To promote breast cancer recovery by offering opportunities for survivors to […]

Family Spotlight: “Families becoming friends” by Mary Tolley

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LPHOH gave me the opportunity to not only gave me the opportunity to spend a wonderful week with my family, but allowed me to meet new families too.   The families became “friends” before the end of the week.   LPHOH will forever be a memory of laughs, tears, hugs and love. Little Pink fulfills its mission […]

3 Ways Little Pink Houses of Hope is Helping Cancer Patients Celebrate Life

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North Phoenix Family Magazine, May 2017 Written by: John Rivera People affected by breast cancer typically do not have the means and physical ability to create opportunities to experience activities on their own. The emotional, physical and financial stress that breast cancer causes are being reduced by an opportunity of a lifetime. The experience given to […]

Family Spotlight: “Common Bond” by Kimberly Bollinger

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I was so blessed to see first hand what an impact Little Pink had on mine and my husbands life! The act of giving to others that are in need is as a Christian what Christ wants us to do! Everyone has a story and many are similar and many are different! We all share […]

Family Spotlight: “Unconditional Love” by Kristen Tuggle

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Little Pink is all about love, caring and compassion. After being on an LP retreat, our family was not only closer emotionally, but it instilled an even deeper desire to help others on the same journey. Little Pink showed our family unconditional love when we felt emotionally beaten and physically battered by cancer. The hope […]