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December 1, 2014
SELF Magazine awards 2014 Woman Doing Good Award to North Carolina Breast Cancer Survivor and Non-Profit Founder
Featured in December 2014 Issue of Magazine
BURLINGTON, NC – Jeanine Patten-Coble, breast cancer survivor and founder of Little Pink Houses of Hope, has been awarded the 2014 Women Doing Good Award by SELF Magazine. Little Pink Houses of Hope (LPHOH) offers families living with breast cancer an opportunity to reconnect and celebrate life in a relaxing environment through free vacation retreats. Patten-Coble is a five year breast cancer survivor who started the organization after realizing the gap in services that exists for families of survivors.
“It is an honor to have the work of our organization recognized by SELF Magazine,” said Patten-Coble. “We want to help as many families stricken with cancer and thanks to this recognition we will be able to help more women across the country,” said Patten-Coble. Little Pink Houses of Hope’s signature program provides free week long vacations for breast cancer patients and their families.
For more information on how you can be involved with LPHOH, donate, or serve contact email@example.com or 336.213.4733.
About Little Pink Houses of Hope
LPHOH is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization that exists to help breast cancer survivors and their loved ones laugh, connect, play, and heal in a fun-filled environment designed to make family the priority. All activities and services are provided free of charge so that families can focus on spending quality time together. Houses are secured through caring individuals willing to donate weekly beach homes for breast cancer families.