Angels of Hope, an all volunteer 501(c)(3) foundation, is committed to making a difference in the lives of children and those who love and care for them as they battle cancer.  We realize that cancer just doesn't impact the patient, it impacts the entire family.

How To Help

How To Help

Your gift is a big help in the battle against cancer — in our community and across the State of Michigan. And now you have a choice in how to make that gift, either as a one-time donation or by pledging to make regular, repeated donations throughout the year.

Our Programs

Our Programs

We are a dedicated team of volunteers, who are steadfast in our goal of providing ‘everyday angels’ a way to bring hope to children and their families as they battle cancer

Who We Help

Who We Help

For nearly a decade, Angels of Hope has been providing financial assistance to children and those who love and care for them as they battle cancer.

Our Team

Our Team

Angels of Hope, a 501(c)(3) foundation, is committed to making a difference in the lives of children and those who love and care for them as they battle cancer. We realize that cancer just doesn’t impact the patient, it impacts the entire family. Our programs are designed to help and support the entire family through this journey.

Recent Updates

Belfor March Madness Bracket

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Belfor Property Restoration and Angels of Hope may seem like an odd pairing, but both are all about helping families when they don’t know where else to turn.

Enter the Belfor March Madness NCAA Bracket with a small $20.13 donation that goes directly to Angels of Hope! Three prizes will be drawn from the top bracket winners after the final game on April 8, 2013. 1st place bracket winner gets first choice, 2nd place bracket winner gets second choice, 3rd place bracket winner is awarded the remaining prize. Deadline to enter is 2PM EST on Thursday, March 21, 2013.

Prizes Include:

  • •  2 tickets to see Beyonce‘s “Mrs. Carter” tour live from the Belfor suite at The Palace of Auburn Hills on Saturday, July 20, 2013.
  • •  4 tickets to a 2013 Detroit Tigers home game of your choice.
  • •  4 tickets to a 2013 Detroit Red Wings home game of your choice.

Enter:

Sorry, brackets are now closed. If you entered before the deadline, you can visit your bracket here.

 

About Belfor:

Belfor Property Restoration is proud to support Angels of Hope in their mission to make a difference in the lives of children and those who love and care for them as they battle cancer.

As the country’s leader in property restoration and repair, BELFOR USA brings the most extensive network of resources to the rescue when you suffer property damage at your home or business.

Regardless of the cause or extent of damage, one call will mobilize knowledgeable response teams and equipment from our many locations around the country. We remain ready to respond immediately – 24 hours a day, 365 days a year – to quickly secure your property and begin emergency services that stabilize and minimize damage.

Troy Athens Charity Week 2013

Troy Athens 2013 Charity Week

The student congress at Troy Athens High School picked Angels of Hope to adopt this year for their annual charity week.  The students set their goal at $28,000 for 2013. We are beyond thrilled to announce that they have raised $41,056.41!!!

“Congratulations on your incredible, record breaking donation – $41,056.41.  Because of you, your families, and our entire community, Angels of Hope – A Family Cancer Foundation will be able to do a lot of good for a lot of children and families battling cancer. Hope is priceless.”

- Dr. Dixon, Troy Athens High School Principal

 

Metro Detroit nonprofit Angels of Hope helps families affected by cancer

Metro Detroit nonprofit Angels of Hope helps Michigan families affected by cancer

 

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Michigan Family Cancer Organization Aides More Than 100 Local Families In 2012

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CONTACT: Dave Jones
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MICHIGAN FAMILY CANCER ORGANIZATION
AIDES MORE THAN 100 LOCAL FAMILIES IN 2012

Angels of Hope Doubles Last Year’s Figures by Writing 111 Grants

 

METRO DETROIT, January 2, 2013 — With more than a doubling of 2011 figures, the nonprofit family cancer organization, Angels of Hope, has raised more money than ever before, which allowed its board of directors to aid more than 100 Michigan families in 2012. An organization dedicated to helping families who have been afflicted by cancer, Angels of Hope is based in Metro Detroit and aids families throughout Michigan.

“This has been a banner year for us,” said Bill Wylonis, Chairman of Angels of Hope volunteer board of eight. “We’ve had overwhelming support from the entire community and made some great partnerships that helped us to raise a significant amount of money, and what that means for us is that we are able to help more and more families.”

The 111 families aided in 2012 represents a total of $270,750 in grants given, another new high for the organization. These figures are more than doubled the organization’s 2011 figures of 53 families, totaling $113,666.97. Over the previous years, Angels of Hope has been trending upward, helping 39 families ($123,140.78) in 2010 and 19 families ($47,653.18) in 2009.

“We’re a board of volunteers,” Wylonis said. “We don’t take a paycheck, we don’t take any benefits, the only thing we get out of this is the feeling that we’re making a difference in the lives of those who need it — who are facing a serious issue.”

Composed of a dedicated volunteer board of directors, 100 percent of Angels of Hope’s donations and event proceeds go out to families, ensuring that each dollar raised goes as far it can to do the most good. For more on Angels of Hope and how you may help, visit AngelsofHope.org.

 

About Angels of Hope
For nearly a decade, the volunteer board of directors of Metro Detroit-based nonprofit organization Angels of Hope has been a resource for Michigan families who have been afflicted by cancer, both a child’s as well as a parent’s. Through financial grants, Angels of Hope has helped lessen the burden felt by these families during trying times. The organization also goes beyond financial assistance and helps facilitate lasting experiences for children. AngelsofHope.org

 

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Field Of Angels Sponsorship

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Dear Prospective Sponsor:

The very day a family member receives that dreaded diagnosis of cancer, fear and uncertainty become the new normal. Whether it is a parent, or worse yet a child, work schedules are altered to accommodate doctor appointments and care needs. Often families are so overwhelmed, that one or both parents will be forced to leave his or her job – which wreaks havoc on the family’s finances. That, of course, adds even more stress to an already stressful situation.

Angels of Hope is a nonprofit organization that addresses this very issue by providing financial assistance to children and their families during this difficult time. These expenses include mortgage or rent, groceries, utilities, insurance, automobile expenses, education and, God forbid, funeral expenses.

Troy High School’s Boys’ Lacrosse program is once again sponsoring Angels of Hope by dedicating a game to raise money for this most worthwhile charity. Romeo High School Boys’ Lacrosse team has agreed to play Troy on April 27th. This event serves as a testament to the importance of kids helping kids, community supporting community, and surely the important life lesson to young people of the value of community service.

All positions within this organization are 100% volunteer based and are not compensated. Be assured also, that all proceeds raised from this event will benefit Angels of Hope – A Family Cancer Foundation. [A 501(C) (3) nonprofit organization: Federal ID # 04-37952360].

From a community business point of view, this event offers the unique opportunity for financial support though advertisement. Included below are many different sponsorship opportunities that will allow us to reach our goals and make a difference together. We are very sensitive to the economic hard times facing everyone, including businesses, and of course we thank all past, current and future charitable support.

Please join us as we cheer on the victors at the “Field of Angels” game at Troy High School on April 27, 2013, knowing full well that the true victors are those families that are helped by this charitable event!

We are happy to answer any questions regarding the game, please contact parent volunteer, Damian Hayden at 248-835-3974.

Sincerely,
Troy High School Boys’ Lacrosse
GO COLTS!

Presenting Sponsor – $2,500
Sponsor logo exclusively placed on back of event t-shirt
Corporate Banner placed at Front Gate
Logo placed prominently on event banner
Recognition as sponsorship from game day announcer
Full page advertisement inside front cover of event program
Logo and Link Acknowledgement on the Foundation’s newsletter and website
Slider Image available for social media circulation
Pre/Post event advertisement in all press material
25 Wristbands for Event Admission

Fast Break Wrist Band Sponsor – $1,500
Logo placed on wrist band (wrist band sponsor)
Full page advertisement inside back cover of program
Logo placed on event banner
Recognition as sponsorship from game day announcer
Logo and Link Acknowledgement on the Foundation’s newsletter and website
Pre/Post event advertisement in all press material
15 Wristbands for Event Admission

Fast Break T-Shirt Sleeve Sponsor – $1,500
Logo placed on Sleeve of T-shirt (Sleeve sponsor)
Full page advertisement last page event program
Logo placed on event banner
Recognition as sponsorship from game day announcer
Logo and Link Acknowledgement on the Foundation’s newsletter and website
Pre/Post event advertisement in all press material
15 Wristbands for Event Admission

Bull Horn Sponsor – $750
Logo placed on Bull Horn filled with Popcorn which will be sold at the Game
Full page advertisement in the event program
Acknowledgement on the Foundation’s website
Pre/Post event advertisement in all press material
10 Wristbands for Event Admission

Man Up Sponsor – $500
Logo placed on event poster/banner
Full page advertisement in the event program
Acknowledgement on the Foundation’s website
Pre/Post event advertisement in all press material
10 Wristbands for Event Admission

Face Off Sponsor – $350
Logo placed on event banner
½ page advertisement in the event program
Acknowledgement on the Foundation’s website
8 Wristbands for Event Admission

Event Program Advertisement
Full Page (4 bands) – $250
Half Page (4 bands) – $125
Quarter Page (2 bands) – $75
Line recognition in the event program – $25

Jersey Sponsorship – $75
Sponsor a Player’s Jersey
Event Program Line Dedication
2 Wristbands

Event Admission
Wristbands – $5 Each

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September is Childhood Cancer Awareness Month

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We are proud to partner with Detroit Lions Captain, Stephen Tulloch and the Stephen Tulloch Foundation, in support of Childhood Cancer Awareness Month! We will be selling bracelets through Ink Apparel and Stephen will be hosting families affected by Childhood Cancer at two upcoming Lions home games during the month! This is in loving memory of Ryan Kennedy, a 10-year-old from Clarkston who lost his battle with cancer earlier this year.

Stephen Tulloch did his part, by donating Lions tickets to kids who are fighting cancer and their families. Now it’s time for YOU to do YOUR part… Bracelets can be purchased online at inkdetroit.com

Christmas In July with Santa Mojo

Christmas In July

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Six-year-old Gracie has been bravely battling brain cancer and this past Christmas was especially difficult for the family because her dad lost his job just 2 weeks before Christmas. Gracie is continuing chemotherapy and with the help of Angels of Hope, her family was given a home – for free – to be much closer to the hospital for treatments. Read More »

On Friday, July 27, please tune in to Channel 955 (95.5 FM) to hear the Mojo In The Morning show broadcast LIVE from Gracie’s house and surprise her with a Christmas she and her family with NEVER forget!

Mojo will be encouraging listeners to make a donation to Angels Of Hope to help support even more Michigan families battling cancer, like Gracie’s.

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Project Miley’s House

Project Miley's House

3-year-old Miley Pickell was diagnosed with T-Cell Lymphoblastic Lymphoma in March of 2010.

Angels Of Hope was able to obtain our second home from Wells Fargo, and with the help of the team from Chace Properties and YOUR generous assistance, will complete the renovations and donate the home — free and clear — to Miley and her family so that they can focus on treatment.

We NEED volunteers and donations to help get this home ready for Miley and her family. Please join us today in completing this mission.

Please fill out this online form.

For more information, please call Gina Foster at 517-416-3852

 

Chandler Park Academy

Chandler Park Academy

Chandler Park Academy’s Michigan Youth in Government program selected to help Angels of Hope with the goal of making a difference in our local community—little did we know what a difference sixteen 9th and 10th grade students could make! We “adopted” a family affected by cancer and set a high objective for ourselves to be able to purchase a refrigerator and clothing off of our family’s wish list. To raise money, our school support us in our “Week of Hope.” Day one involved educating our entire student population on Angels of Hope through the Angels of Hope website and introducing the student body to our adopted family. Days two and three included a ribbon sale, to spread awareness about how cancer affects families, and classroom and lunchroom change wars, where students collected pennies, nickels, dimes, quarters, and even bills. For day four, all Michigan Youth in Government students, with the aid of their parents, brought in food for our after school bake sale. Our “Week of Hope” culminated with a school-wide dress down day, in which our normally-uniformed students wore awareness ribbons and jeans for $2.00. In the end, our school far-surpassed our goal of a fridge and clothing; we raised nearly $2,000. The Michigan Youth in Government students were moved with how much of a difference they could make and our school was proud and impressed with the outcome. Our students hope to make the “Week of Hope” an annual occurrence and even want to get involved in the Christmas program this year.

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