BRINGING HOPE HOME HELPS THEIR 8000TH LOCAL FAMILY WITH CANCER
MALVERN, PA AUGUST 17TH– Bringing Hope Home, a non-profit organization, has helped their 8000th Family with cancer. Since their inception in 2008, they have provided emotional and financial support to local Families with cancer through their Light of Hope Family Grant.
“We want to extend our greatest thanks and heartfelt gratitude to all of our generous supporters and incredible BHH Families who have made this achievement possible. Whether you’ve donated your resources, attended an event, referred a Family in need to us, or allowed us to assist you in your cancer journey and become a part of your family, you have been instrumental in helping us reach this milestone. Thank you for being a part of the Unexpected Amazingness!” said CEO Paul Isenberg.
So far in 2022 alone, Bringing Hope Home has assisted a total of 648 Families with $840,520 in funding.
Bringing Hope Home was formed to address the financial impact of cancer on Families. They speak directly with Families who are referred monthly by hospital social workers, discuss their needs, and let them know that they are not alone. By assisting Families with a one-time grant, Bringing Hope Home pays Families’ rent, mortgage, gas, electric, water, and phone bills, as well as provides help with groceries and other household necessities.
Bringing Hope Home has helped local Families with cancer with over $9,596,194 in direct support since 2008.
Bringing Hope Home® is a non-profit organization that provides Unexpected Amazingness® to local Families with cancer through financial and emotional support. The organization supports every Family and individual with cancer that applies for assistance regardless of gender, ethnicity, type of cancer, or age. Through the program, BHH directly pays household bills to ensure that Families are able to stay in their homes, with their utilities on and food on the table while they are battling cancer. To learn more, visit bringinghopehome.org