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Help Local Survivors: Amy C.

  My name is Amy C. and I have been a member of Circle of Hope since 2013. I was lucky to have been a part of Circle of Hope pretty much from the day I was diagnosed with breast cancer. My first meeting was the day before I would start my five months of chemotherapy. My cousin had a...

Help Local Survivors: Sue N.

  My name is Sue N. and I was diagnosed with metastatic breast cancer in August, 2015. I had a small lump in my breast that was not detected during exams or my last mammogram. The cancer had spread throughout my spine and to my liver and lung. After surgery to remove a massive...

Circle of Hope Partners with Amazon Smile!

Amazon_Smile_logo.png Circle of Hope is proud to announce that we have officially partnered with Amazon Smile. Through this partnership, Amazon will donate 0.5% of the price of the eligible Amazon Smile purchases directly to Circle of Hope. We are excited about this...

Do you know if your breasts are dense?

I never knew I had dense breasts until after I was diagnosed with breast cancer. Since then I have heard that most younger women have dense breasts. If I knew I had dense breasts would that mean I wouldn't have had cancer? Probably not, but I could have been more aware, to be faithful to ...

I Had Cancer

During my five years and counting of cancer survivorship, I have found that it can feel like everyone around me has moved on and forgotten I ever had cancer, while I'm still left with bad memories of the past and fears for the future.  As survivors, cancer is a big part of our lives and it's...

I know

I know what cancer and treatment can do to a body and mind as I've watched the transformation.  I sometimes wonder if the treatment is worth it in the end.  Nothing is more painful than watching someone at the end of their life because of cancer.  Trying to look good, but after chemo and radiation...

Have you scheduled your mammogram yet?

Mammograms are very important!  Schedule yours today!  Annual mammograms can detect cancer early - when it is most treatable.  In fact, mammograms show changes in the breast up to two years before a patient or physician can feel them.  They can also prevent the need for extensive treatments for...

Thank You Jana's Journey

Cicle of Hope would like to thank Mikey's and Jana's Journey for all their hard work.  Because of this event, we are able to continue helping women in Kenosha battling breast cancer. We also want to thank everyone who attended this awesome fundraising event.  Your continued support of Jana's...

Before He called her home

Before He called her home......   God blessed Jana with inner and outer beauty from the moment she was born.  Her soul was brilliant with sunshine and her warmth touched everyone in its path.   He used her generous heart to reach out and touch others.  She served the hungry, cared for families in...

Ten Years Ago

Ten years ago, Jana Maegaard, decided to help women, who were battling breast cancer, get together to talk about all they were going through.  She invited 6 ladies to her home to sit around her kitchen table to talk about their battles.  For me, it was amazing, sitting there with these women who...

New Website Launched

We are excited to announce our new website has launched to help support Kenosha women and their families in the fight against breast cancer. Please find the following information available to you on our website:  Fundraising Events  Support Resources  Contact Us Form

Non-Profit Organization

The Circle of Hope's non-profit 501(c)3 organization gives grants to breast cancer patients undergoing treatment. Donations to Circle of Hope are used to help women in Kenosha pay for medical expenses not covered by insurance. The cost of cancer treatment is high and your donation to Circle of Hope helps aleviate some of those costs.

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Help Local Survivors: Amy C.

  My name is Amy C. and I have been a member of Circle of Hope since 2013. I was lucky to have been a part of Circle of Hope pretty much from the day I was diagnosed with breast cancer. My first meeting was...

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