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2021 Night of Hope Gala Supporting Amanda Hope Rainbow Angels

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For the second year in a row, Lerner and Rowe Gives Back has donated $3,000 towards the Night of Hope Gala, which directly supports Amanda Hope Rainbow Angels. Our team was not only spellbound by the glamorous Old Hollywood theme of the evening, but also amazed by the courageous stories they heard about the little warriors fighting childhood cancer and their families.   

Funds raised through event sponsorships like ours, as well as individual contributions, make it possible for Amanda Hope Rainbow Angels to offer free supportive services that provide comfort and care to the many families impacted by childhood cancer and other life-threatening diseases.    

How Amanda Hope Rainbow Angels Makes a Difference

Amanda Hope Rainbow Angels offer a variety of supportive programs. Through Major Distractions, little warriors know that something fun is about to happen that will make their day a bit lighter and brighter. 

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Our team at the 2021 Night of Hope Gala

Comfycozy’s Care Packs are the latest in adaptive apparel that make it possible for nurses to more discreetly access a young cancer patient’s port while also keeping a child comfortably covered. 

Comfort and Care programs provide free counseling, play therapy, and supportive services to families who have a child battling cancer, a blood disorder, or any other life-threatening illness. 

Peer-to-peer support for the whole family is provided by the Family Life program. And, lastly, Financial Assistance is given to help offset medical costs by providing families with little warriors groceries, meals, and assistance with paying utilities.  

How You Can Help Make a Difference

We invite you to join us in supporting Amanda Hope Rainbow Angels. Just visit AmandaHope.org/give to discover the many different ways you can be part of the change that brings comfort and dignity to little cancer warriors and their families.