PARTICIPANTS
DONATE
    HOME   |   ABOUT US   |   REGISTER   |   EVENTS   |   NEWS   |   RESEARCH   |   PHOTOS   |   CONTACT   |   WEBSHOP   |   LOG IN       

REGISTER for EVENTS

Take a Swing at Breast Cancer - Het Rijk van Nunspeet
Monday April 30, 2018
Nunspeet,
The Netherlands



Pink Moon Run & Walk bij het Muiderslot
Saturday July 7, 2018
Muiden, 1398 AA
The Netherlands



Take a Swing at Breast Cancer-Ann Arbor
Monday August 6, 2018
Ann Arbor, MI
USA



Allemaal in Actie
Sunday October 7, 2018
Bussum,
The Netherlands


TOP TEAMS
& FUNDRAISERS

Top Teams 2017:
Team Piece of Cake   € 48,570
Cancer Mama   € 8,257
Onder d'n diek   € 5,947
MacsWalk 3.0   € 5,085
Team with a mission   € 4,490
Borstbelang   € 4,080
Rozebloemen.nl   € 2,953



Top Fundraisers 2017:
Mark Spanbroek   € 11,210
Marianne Spaltman   € 2,837
Ria Vermeulen   € 2,111
Sonja Wijnberg   € 2,110
Yvonne Werson   € 997
Gina Walker   € 959
Jean-Paul Vries   € 731



Top Fundraisers 2017
(In U.S. Dollars)

50k My Way 2017
Mark Spanbroek   $ 250


CHECK THIS OUT

November 2016 Newsletter

November 2016




  WHY WE DO THIS
Bezoek onze Nederlandse Website  
Events | Why We Do This | Where the Money Goes | Ambassadors | FAQ | In Memoriam | Contact
Shelia Hager
Shelia, the middle child of three daughters, was told at age 41 she had breast cancer. In the midst of working a full-time job, taking care of her son and daughter and going through surgery, chemotherapy and radiation, the insurance company decided it was going to drop her coverage. This sent Shelia into the Missouri "pool of insurers" who will provide insurance to someone who has cancer, but the cancer patient must pay the premiums - extremely high - set by the insurers.

Resiliency and determination helped Shelia deal with all of that in 1999, and she lived a busy life with the addition of four grandchildren all born after her diagnosis. Her first grandchild actually was born on Shelia's birthday! The cancer came back in 2015 and took Shelia from us in June 2016.

Why do we have A Sister's Hope? Because Shelia's granddaughter Izobel should not have to worry about breast cancer when she is 41. What we do right now, today, is vital to Izobel's future.


Petra Blaauw
Petra was a participant of A Sister's Hope 60K Walk since the very first year (2007) when she claimed Walker #1077. She also served as a member of the check-in team, and her partner Jan van Aalzum has videotaped the entire Walk weekend each year. Petra and her team, "Walking on Sunshine," led the 60K walkers and crew into the Olympic Stadium for the closing ceremony on Oct. 7, 2012. After a long, hard-fought battle with a breast cancer recurrence, Petra passed away on Nov. 27, 2012. Her daughters and her baby granddaughter stood with her in the Olympic Stadium on October 7. Petra participated not only for herself. She was also doing it for them.












A SISTER'S HOPE:   Home | About Us | FAQ | Why We Do This | Where the Money Goes | In Memoriam | Ambassadors
JOIN US:  Register | Events | Donate | Join Email List
PARTICIPANTS:   Registrant Area | Fundraising | Training | Login | Forgot Password
MORE INFO:   News | Event Photos | Staff | Webshop | Privacy Policy | Terms of Use | Sponsors | Links | Contact Us

Visit Our Dutch Site


Thank you for Giving A Sister Hope!



6257 N. McCormick Blvd. #104 | Chicago, IL 60659 USA | ph. 1+773 412 6397 | fax. 1+773 588 6397

Website Powered by LoveYourWebsite.com