See photos from National Cancer Survivors Day

Thanks to all who contributed photos of our National Cancer Survivors Day to our facebook album.  Holly Waters submitted so many photos that we put those in a separate album. Follow Hope Center on facebook at https://www.facebook.com/cancerhopecenter.

National Cancer Survivors Day details

Thank you to all who registered for Hope Center‘s “National Cancer Survivors Day: A Journey of Hope” on Sunday, June 3. We can’t wait to celebrate survivors with you! Check-in opens at 8 a.m.  Pre-ordered shirts and Hope Center wristbands will be available for pick up between 8 a.m. until 8:45 a.m. A yellow wristband is required for…

National Cancer Survivors Day is June 3

Nearly 500 participants registered for “National Cancer Survivor’s Day: A Journey of Hope” to celebrate Northwest Indiana cancer survivors and their families.  The event is on Sunday, June 3 in Lowell at Hope Center/Lowell Church of Christ. Check-in opens at 8 a.m.  Pre-paid participants can pick up wristbands for lunch and t-shirts at the check-in…

Sickinger’s Jewelry offers Angelica Butterfly Bracelet to benefit Hope Center

  Sickinger’s Jewelry proudly announces a fundraiser, “A Celebration of Life, Love, and Hope.”  The fundraiser will benefit the Hope Center, a Christian support group which assists cancer patients and their families.  Hope Center, a ministry of Lowell Church of Christ, was founded by Kerri and Brian Midkiff. Purchase the Angelica Butterfly Bracelet for $25 and…

Canvas Painting event raises $800 for Hope Center

Supporters raised more than $800 by participating in Hope Center’s Canvas Painting Event.  Thank you to artist and art teacher, Darlene Vassil, for leading the canvas painting event. Funds raised will be used to support programs for families facing cancer. See more pictures on our facebook page.

Winfield families make blankets for Hope Center

Families, seniors, couples, teens and individuals gathered on Sunday, December 3 at Holy Spirit Church in Winfield to make fleece blankets for area cancer patients.  Parishioners and member of the community donated the fleece to make the blankets.  More than 45 blankets were made at the event for Hope Center.  Many others, who were unable to attend…