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Nonprofit Overview

Causes: Brain Disorders, Health

Mission: The company's mission is to raise funds for brain tumor research, support of clinical trials and to provide assistance to patients for travel expenses related to their treatment of brain tumors.

Target demographics: with specific brain tumor research, day to day living assistance and travel assistance for those who need further diagnosis or treatment

Direct beneficiaries per year: 14 families with travel, 12 families with day to day living, $60,000 to Weill Cornell, $140,000 to ACH in St. Pete, $10,000 to UCLA

Geographic areas served: Florida, Massachusetts, Tennessee, California, Missouri, New York, Colorado

Programs: 5k/10k events, Texas Hold 'Em events, galas and water obstacle events.

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Board Member

Rating: 4

Just wanted to share why I am proud to be a board member of Miles For Hope. My wife, Christine A. Swingle contracted a glioblastoma multiforma which was diagnosed on March 5th, 2012. She lived 87 days and went to her reward on May 30th, 2012. She served as an outstanding RN since graduation in 1971 from the Gordon Keller School of Nursing attached at that time to Tampa General Hospital. I found Miles for Hope too late to help her during her illness and passing; however, Debbie Turner, the Executive Director, was very compassionate and shared information about the tumor which I had not heard from her doctors.

Her efforts and work encouraged me and opened a door for me to help other persons experiencing the same tragedic experiences as a small tribute to the love of my Life, my Christine.

So I would encourage person, family, doctor or other professional working in this arena of medicine and health care to consider learning more about Miles for Hope, making contributions and volunteering. We will be very grateful for all support and do our best to be good stewards over such gifts, whether they be monetary or voluntary.

Michael T. Swingle
Financial Advisor
JW Cole Financial

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