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SANTA MARIA, CA – March 19, 2019 – Cancer not only affects those with the disease; it affects our entire community. This is why Marian Regional Medical Center, in partnership with the Santa Maria Times, is proud to present the sixth annual Day of Hope community event on Wednesday, April 10, 2019 from 7 a.m. to 12 p.m. Hundreds of community members will again volunteer their time in Santa Maria, Lompoc, Santa Ynez, and Nipomo asking drivers to donate $1 to receive a special edition Day of Hope Santa Maria Times newspaper.
Central Coast community members are invited to support the Day of Hope event in a variety of ways including:
“Now in its sixth year, Day of Hope has become a community-wide event where all ages unite for one day in supporting local cancer patients in need at Mission Hope Cancer Center,” states Jessa Brooks, Vice President of Philanthropy, Marian Regional Medical Center. “One hundred percent of all Day of Hope proceeds stay in our community to help cancer patients and families. Day of Hope continues to be a very moving and significant event for Central Coast residents, as thousands come together to support our neighbors affected by cancer.”
Join hundreds of community members as we line the streets of our local communities with a mission to ask drivers passing by to roll down their car windows to donate $1 to receive a special edition Day of Hope Santa Maria Times newspaper. A single dollar doesn’t buy much these days, but with the purchase of a $1 Day of Hope newspaper, community members have the power to make a meaningful impact in the lives of Central Coast cancer patients at Mission Hope Cancer Center.
Every dollar received during the Day of Hope community event benefits Marian Cancer Care at Mission Hope Cancer Center patients; our family members, neighbors, and friends.
Community members interested in supporting the annual Day of Hope event are asked to contact the Marian Foundation at 805.739.3595 to discover how to get involved.
About Marian Cancer Care at Mission Hope Cancer Center
Marian Cancer Care at Mission Hope Cancer Center is accredited as a Comprehensive Community Cancer Center by the American College of Surgeons’ Commission on Cancer. This award recognition is the highest designation awarded to community cancer centers and Marian Cancer Care is one of only three designated programs between San Francisco and Los Angeles to receive this impressive accreditation for exceptional performance. As the first integrated oncology facility on the Central Coast, Mission Hope Cancer Center features advanced technology and expert health care professionals from the nation’s top medical training programs. This state-of-the-art facility unites Santa Maria oncology treatment, imaging, research, education and outreach services at one location.
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