Peter Lee has served as a perennial, enthusiastic volunteer at Hope On Wheels (HOW100) since the event’s inception in 2005.
Dogged determination and a passion for creating soulful art have sustained Deneen Coleman-Ruff through some rough times.
“No one is standing in your way anymore; it is time to move forward.” – Chinese Fortune Cookie
“What time is it?”
At the Minnie Pearl Cancer Foundation, we are inspired by the courage and heart of those with cancer diagnoses who are undergoing life-altering treatments and struggling to reclaim their lives.
For Marlene Kitsemble of Cowan, Tennessee, hope lies in early access to the drug combination Lapatinib and Capecitabine, recently made available through a study conducted by The Sarah Cannon Research Institute (SCRI) and financially supported by The Foundation.
As the second Hope on Wheels (HOW100) rolls around, last year’s top fundraising team has been working hard to defend their benevolence title.
Cristina Manieri’s gentle, melodic voice belies a well of strength and maturity. At 29, Cristina has been fighting a rare adversary in her tender adulthood that most young women cannot fathom—metastatic breast cancer.
In 2001, little did Roger Bricco know that an afternoon run would evolve into a passion or, more importantly, a mission. Zealous about the sport, Roger trained and ran in the 2004 Country Music Marathon.
I remember my disappointment well--an opportunity in college to write about a difficult life experience resulted in a mediocre "B." No grammatical errors in the paper, only a comment from my beloved professor that she didn't think I had quite \worked through\ the experience to write effectively