by Debbie Woodbury, founder WhereWeGoNow.com
If you are looking for a perfect way to let someone with cancer know you are thinking of them, I have a great idea for you. Interregnum.org, a New Jersey grief support organization, just launched an exciting new program, Send a Heart of Hope. Now you can send a little piece of your heart to anyone who needs a message of love and support from you.
The new program features beautiful, hand-painted ceramic hearts with a variety of inspirational messages. You can choose from the Breast Cancer Ribbon of Hope heart, or the Reflection, Hope Blooms, Hope Takes Flight, Soar or Inspiration hearts. Choose the design that speaks to you, fill in your personal card, and Interregnum will send your ribboned and gift-wrapped heart on its way. The cost of sending a heart is $25.00. All net funds raised are used to help fund Interregnum’s programs, including its successful Hearts of Hope community outreach program.
For the new Send a Heart of Hope initiative, artists from around the country graciously donated their painting talents to this worthwhile cause. Sue Macheska, Program Director of Hearts of Hope, is "hopeful that people will look forward to sending our hearts, knowing that they are supporting a great cause while bringing a spark of joy and beauty to someone who needs a lift!"
As a breast cancer survivor, I was lucky to receive two Hearts of Hope through the Hearts of Hope community outreach program. My hearts are treasured symbols of the support I received during my cancer journey. Now that the program has been expanded, you can send a heart to anyone in the United States who needs that same symbol of support from you.
To order a heart and learn more about Interregnum, Inc., visit the website and click on the Send a Heart of Hope button. This Cancer Warrior Wednesday, I'm so happy to feature the Send a Heart of Hope program because of my gratitude for the Hearts of Hope I received. It may be a small gesture, but, for me, I always found even the smallest of gestures so very sweet and greatly appreciated.
ABOUT: Debbie Woodbury is a cancer survivor, blogger, speaker and advocate. She created WhereWeGoNow.com, an interactive online community for cancer survivors living life beyond cancer. Join her to share and connect with other survivors!
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