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Cards of Hope was created to bring inspiration and happiness to people battling CANCER. Cards of Hope was founded because of my experience with staying with my friend, Pennie, who had terminal cancer. She was always looking for some glimmer of hope or joy in every day that she was alive. Battling CANCER is a horrendous thing to have to go through, and I feel that if I can do anything to brighten a Cancer warrior’s day then I will do it.

There are so many people out there with cancer.  I decided to brighten the days of cancer patients, by sending them inspirational postcards, letters and etc. periodically.  If the person battling cancer is a child; I send them cards and letters with stickers, coloring pages, temporary tattoos and etc. If you have cancer or have a family member that has cancer, please fill out the form below so we can start the process.

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Be sure to write in the comment section the Warrior’s favorite color, animal, hobbies, cartoon characters, type of cancer, point of treatment, birthday , etc.

If you are located in the United States please remember to give us your complete address including your zip code!

Cards Of Hope is proud to announce that we have now gone international!

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    • Thanks so much for adding my program to your site. I appreciate it. Thanks for the compliment. I love spreading hope and happiness to everyone that is experiencing so much turmoil in their lives. Cancer is tough, but hope and happiness is stronger than cancer.

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  1. This is so amazing. I would really like to do something to contribute, please let me know if there is something I can do, even if just putting a link on my page!

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    • Hi Patricia- Ann,
      Thanks for the compliment and mentioning my post to all your social media networks. I appreciate it. Hopefully, anyone battling cancer that sees it will sign up, and I will be able to bring joy and hope to their lives as they battle the icky cancer. Thank you and blessings to you and your family.

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  2. What you’re doing is amazing! I really hope my Aunt gets a card and knows how amazing she really is for fighting Small Cell Lung Cancer. She’s truly inspirational. Thank you for doing this for people that really need that ounce of hope. ❤️

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  3. What a truly wonderful thing you are doing. I lost my dad (too young) and one uncle to cancer and I also have an aunt and uncle who have had cancer (all brothers and sisters, all different kinds of cancer) Too many people have intimate relationships with this cruel beast, and every ray of hope makes us that much stronger, so I thank you. Thank you also for following my blog. It is much appreciated.

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    • Thank you for the compliment on my program. I am sorry to hear about your losses to cancer. Cancer is horrible to go through. No one should ever have to go through it. You are welcome for the follow. Hope you have a great weekend.

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  4. Thank you for following my humble blog, greatly appreciated and you are warmly welcomed aboard. I know too well of the horrors of cancer, given that I lost my twin to it almost 3 years ago. Very best wishes for all that you do to bring about a positive spirit, MM 🍀

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    • You are welcome for the follow. Sorry to hear about your twin. Cancer is a horrible thing to have to endure, not mention the agony of having to go through Chemotherapy and/or Radiation as well. Thanks for the wishes. I hope that you have a great week.

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  5. Thanks so much for stopping by my blog and following. I love your mission to help, heal and give hope, just wonderful. I too try to impart a little bit of light in an often dark world. I will link your site from my blog and share with others. Here’s to sending out ripples!

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    • Hi Mark! You are so welcome on the follow. Thanks for the compliment about my mission. I think that everyone should try to show love, compassion and kindness to everyone. The world would be such a nice place if everyone did. And thank you so much for linking my site to yours. I really appreciate it. Hope that you have a safe and wonderful Labor Day weekend. ~Lacie

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      • The link is done and on the left hand side of my page, hope it works for you. Truth be told this one touches me personally also, you can read about that on my about page :) Thanks again Lacie, wishing you a great Labor Day weekend also!

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      • Hey there. I read your about page, and I am so sorry to hear that your first wife had to battle and lose her life to breast cancer. Cancer is terrible. Thank you again for the link on your site. I appreciate it. ~Lacie

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