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Event Calendar
November
  • Breast Imaging
    November 14, 2017 (5:30 pm - 7:30 pm)
    (WOH) (Support)
    Presented by Dr. Cynthia O. Lorino, Radiologist Montgomery Breast Center

    All support group meetings, unless otherwise indicated,
    are free and convene the 2nd Tuesday of each month at:
    Frazer United Methodist Church
    6000 Atlanta Highway • Room...
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Sunshine Ministry

sunshinebasketPart of the mission of Women of Hope is to offer encouragement and support to breast cancer patients. Newly diagnosed patients are facing a new and untraveled road. The journey is often times long and tedious so we want the patient to know that WOH will walk with them through this difficult time and offer support as they enter into this unfamiliar territory.

As soon as we are aware that someone has been diagnosed with breast cancer, we present that person with our "pink gift basket", a basket filled with lots of "pink" surprises and a welcome letter to introduce them to the organization. We invite them to join us for our support group meetings so that they might meet other "survivors" who have already traveled the same road. The "sisterhood" is an invaluable resource during the whirlwind of confusion and treatment. A woman lifted up by others is stronger than a woman standing alone!

We also provide "pink gift bags" to the Montgomery Cancer Center and to breast surgeons in Montgomery to be given to patients at the time of their diagnoses. This package includes items that the patient might use while taking treatments. Not only does this gift introduce them to WOH, but it also gives them a warm feeling of encouragement and HOPE. "Pink" will have a special meaning from this day forward!

More women (and men) are being diagnosed with breast cancer daily and WOH would like to reach out to those in our community and help make the diagnosis a little more bearable. If you know of someone that has been diagnosed, please call WOH and we will be glad to deliver a basket to them.