Our Philosophy


Families we support at Bringing Hope Home are already struggling financially and are immunocompromised. Many live alone, are out of work for long periods of time, are elderly, and are unable to pay their essential household bills that are necessary for them to stay in their home while being treated for cancer. We vow to continue to be there for them as they need us now more than ever. 

We have heard from social workers in local cancer centers that are grateful that Bringing Hope Home is still working hard to provide assistance, as many local resources have closed and are unable to support families financially right now. We are on the front line providing direct specific essential support to Families as they struggle through this unprecedented medical and economic crisis.

As the economic outlook continues to unfold, we realize it will have a negative impact on our ability to raise funds while our demand for Families needing assistance will drastically increase. We don’t want to have to turn away Families due to a lack of funds in this desperate time. We have and will continue to listen and adhere to all national and local government advice regarding the safety of HOPE Nation. During this time, we had to reschedule our largest fundraising event, the Great Guys Dinner. In addition, we realize the economic impact will decrease the amount of funds some of our individual and corporate donors can provide. We have worked hard to cut any non-essential spending as well as work with economic relief options for small businesses and non-profits. We have developed a 90-day working plan to keep our organization intact while continuing to support Families.


Families are not patients to us, they are our “Family”. We are here to help be your support system; a trusted friend that you can count on during this fragile time.

Through our own experience, we know firsthand that when you or someone you love has cancer, it truly affects the entire Family. When we say we know what you are going through, we mean it. Every one of the Bringing Hope Home Family has been directly affected by cancer in our own Family. We have been in your shoes and want to help.

At Bringing Hope Home, we are committed to helping support the essential needs of Families with cancer through Unexpected Amazingness.

We know that cancer doesn’t discriminate and neither do we. No matter what age, race, gender, or type of cancer, we hope to provide an impact on your Family. Whether it is to pay bills, provide in-kind repairs, or lend a hand, we can be your unexpected light of Hope in a dark time.

Providing HOPE.  Our Families love receiving messages of encouragement from you to help boost their spirits! If you are looking for creative crafts to do with
your family, have some fun chalking your walk or
driveways with pictures or messages and email them
to lindseyhargett@bringinghopehome.org.

How about making cards? Cards are a visual reminder
that we care enough to take the time to wish them well! Please mail them to our office at Bringing Hope Home, Attn: Family Dept., 641 Swedesford Road, Malvern PA 19355 OR you can take a picture of your card and email it to amyseybold@bringinghopehome.org or judyswahl@bringinghopehome.org.

Building a sustainable Bringing Hope Home. Our Families need us more than ever now and we couldn’t do it without you! Due to our events being postponed, we are continually coming up with ways to keep HOPE Nation strong. If you are able to give during this time, we can continue to provide HOPE to our Families.

Our philosophy allows us to deliver hope, get involved in each other’s lives, and continue to light the way for one another.