Reader’s Digest – 10 Lives That Were Forever Changed Thanks to the Power of Generosity

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These stories of radical compassion reveal our inner humanitarians, the part of us that believes that if we live with an open heart, we just may find ourselves in a better world. BY GINA RYDER One story from a Little Pink Houses of Hope Participant is highlighted below.  For the complete article with all stories, please […]

Friday Family Spotlight: “LPHOH: So much more than a free vacation”

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by: Kathryn Edick November 22, 2017 As we drive back across the country to Michigan I reflect on our week from Little Pink House of Hope (LPHOH). When I filled out the application I did not know what I was signing up for. In reality, a free vacation sounded fun and too good to pass up. […]

Friday Family Spotlight: “Brady Bunch Family Retreat”

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Jamie Simmons 2017 Participant/Breast Cancer Survivor September Lake Tahoe, CA I am tremendously grateful for Little Pink Houses of Hope. Our trip to Tahoe was perfect for us to have a stress free vacation away from all of cancer treatment. The kids and adults both had a great time with all the activities. All of […]

Friday Family Spotlight: “Welcome back.”

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Sherri Allen 2017 Participant/Breast Cancer Survivor April Carolina Beach, NC My retreat with Little Pink helped me reconnect with myself as a person, not a cancer patient. After spending 7 months going through treatment for breast cancer, feeling fragile and scared, my Little Pink retreat was like a hard reset between being a cancer patient […]

Reader’s Digest – How 17 Under-50 Women Learned They Had Breast Cancer—and What Helped Them Through It

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How 17 Under-50 Women Learned They Had Breast Cancer—and What Helped Them Through It A cancer diagnosis is anything but easy—and, while it can change a person’s life in a million ways, just one of those might be for the better. Read these inspiring stories of strong survivors whose breast cancer fueled them to become […]

Friday Family Spotlight: Not too good to be true

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Mary Maher 2017 Participant/Breast Cancer Survivor August Gulf Shores/Orange Beach, AL I filled out the application with mixed emotions, my girlfriend told me about this amazing week she had and encouraged me to apply. It sounded too good to be true. 9 months later I got an email, “you have been chosen…” and I did […]

Friday Family Spotlight: “When the Light Shines Through…”

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Jennifer Collins 2017 Participant/Breast Cancer Survivor April Carolina Beach, NC Every good and perfect gift is from above, coming down from the Father of the heavenly lights, who does not change like shifting shadows. James 1:17 It was our last day on the beach. It was warm but it was one of those overcast days […]

Volunteer Voices: “Love Story”

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Craig Medicus 2017 VolunSTAR October Myrtle Beach, SC My wife and I started with little pink five years ago. The first year we served as helpers and have been volunstars ever since. We love spending our time and donating our house to little pink. I believe we receive more from the survivors then we give […]

Macaroni Kid – Steve’s Story

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Steve’s Story By Steve Nov 9, 2017   https://dad.macaronikid.com/articles/59f1d4e3fd56eb53da1c3a11/steves-story

Message from Jeanine Patten-Coble @CNN Hero Honor

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Thank you to everyone who has supported Little Pink through the CNN Heroes campaign over the last 4 months.  The designation of being a CNN Hero brought new exposure, donors, and awareness to what the mission and vision of Little Pink is and how we impact families.  Collectively, supporters raised over $30,000 through the campaign; […]