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June 30, 2011
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June 30, 2011
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My Hope Chest is a charity that touches more lives that just the women that are being helped. It touches their family and friends. It touches the men in their lives too...brothers, fathers, husbands, boyfriends, uncles and more. I am honored to be a part of helping this charity to complete it's mission.

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I've now met and seen 2 women receive breast reconsrtuction this year. What a life changing experience.

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Get more grant writers.

June 29, 2011
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June 29, 2011
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There are numerous "pink ribbon" charities focusing on breast cancer awareness. But My Hope Chest is the only national non profit focusing solely on breast reconstruction for the uninsured breast cancer survivor. They provide the final step in breast cancer treatment.
There are thousands of
women without insurance living without one or both of their breasts. My Hope Chest goal is to see that no woman has to.

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I deal with the women who need their breasts back. I hear their stories. No woman should have to go without their breasts because they lack insurance.

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hope that they can raise enough money to be sustainable. They are doing great things with just a volunteer staff. Imaging what could be done with a few paid employees!!!!

June 14, 2011
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June 14, 2011
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My Hope Chest funds breast reconstruction--something not covered by Susan G Komen and other breast cancer awareness programs. With si many women without health insurance, breast construction is not a possibility.

My Hope Chest needs national exposure to meet their client needs. Please
support them today.

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talking to women who have benefitted from the program

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give them more money.

June 14, 2011
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June 14, 2011
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My Hope Chest is the Only national non-profit providing breast reconstruction for "uninsured" survivors. We pick up where the other pink ribbons leave off providing the "final step in breast cancer treatment".

Our work changes lives... amidst the sea of pink ribbons focusing on the same
issues with the same missions, My Hope Chest is a guiding light and breath of fresh air taking on a mission that, in 2011, has not been addressed.

Approximately 6200 women a year have a mastectomy and are uninsured... Women shouldn't have to live without their breasts because they lack insurance, especially in this economy... My Hope Chest's vision is changing the world, one breast at a time.

We encourage all donors who give to breast cancer charities to look at the facts... consider dispersing their philanthropy.. .and helping us grow to reach all of those in need in your communities.

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Seeing the surgeries completed and lives changed.

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Give them funding to procure the staffing that will sustain the organizations mission to serve all of those on their wait list.

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