NATIONAL CROSS-COUNTRY “TOUR OF HOPE” VISITS CALIFORNIA TO RAISE MONEY FOR BREAST CANCER PATIENTS & THEIR FAMILIES
American Cancer Society Estimates 26,130 New CA Breast Cancer Patients in 2014; 4,270 Deaths
Newport Beach, CA – The American Cancer Society predicts there will be 26,130 new California breast cancer patients in 2014 and 4,270 deaths. Jeanine Patten-Coble, a breast cancer survivor, is driving across country by herself motivated to raise funds to help California families afflicted with this disease.
Jeanine Patten-Coble founded the national non-profit charity, Little Pink Houses of Hope. “Little Pink” is the only charity that focuses on providing care for the entire family affected by cancer enabling them to go on free vacationretreats at the beach. These retreats give survivors and patients an opportunity to reconnect and celebrate life with other families experiencing the same situation.
SHARON MELTON, California resident battling breast cancer who inspired event
JEANINE PATTEN-COBLE, Founder & President Little Pink Houses of Hope Celebrated 5 Year Cancerversary June 15, 2014
WHAT: The Sharon Melton Ladies Tennis Tournament Benefiting Little Pink Houses of Hope
WHEN: Wednesday, July 16
9:00am -11:30am Tennis Tournament
12:00pm Luncheon and Speakers
WHERE: Newport Beach Tennis Club, 2601 Eastbluff Drive Newport Beach, CA 92660