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Hope in Action
The Got Hope Organization creates various baskets for patients depending on the holiday, creates social events from bingo night to ice-cream sundae (on a Sunday), specializes in decorating patients hospital rooms to feel more like home, we even provide holiday meals, and are currently providing the patients and their family with a movie night every 2-3 months.
No one fights alone
Childhood cancer is a community fight!
Kids, teachers, friends, and everyone in the community can give hope for a better tomorrow by fighting together today.
The Got Hope Organization was started by friends and family of Kaylee Carew. Kaylee was diagnosed with AML leukemia when she was 13 years old. She went into remission a few months later. Her vision was to start a club at Reagan High School that would provide support for pediatric cancer patients. Kaylee started the club during her freshman year of high school. She relapsed during the middle of her sophomore year. Her courageous battle has inspired us to carry her vision forward. The memory of Kaylee Carew is a light that will never fade, and will continue to illuminate the lives of others for as long as there is hope.
The mission of the Got Hope Organization is to break the barriers between cancer patients and those who wish to help by reaching out to lend support, build bonds, and bring "hope and smiles" to children and teens.
HOPE for a cure
HELP those in need
FUN activities and events
The Got Hope Organization is a 501C(3) non-profit organization. It is 100% volunteer based which means 100% of the proceeds go directly to support the pediatric oncology patients.
HOPE - We put HOPE in ACTION and believe that this gives hope to not only the patients, but to everyone contributing to the mission.
HAPPINESS - We create a happier environment with room decorations and activities to make the kids smile and help them feel like a kid.
COMPASSION - We understand the challenges of the patients and are able to connect with our heroes battling cancer.
KINDNESS - We believe that by allowing kids to reach out to help kids with cancer, they better understand the power of kindness and the importance of caring for everyone around them.