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San Diego Fundraising Office

This office is part of City of Hope's Western region and is responsible for fundraising and development in San Diego County. To get involved, participate in one of our events or contact us for volunteer opportunities.

Regional Fundraising Offices

Councils and Industries Visionaries of industry founded City of Hope in 1913 when garment workers and manufacturers in downtown Los Angeles gathered funds to purchase the land on which the Medical Center now exists. This concept of industry partnership at City of Hope is unique among philanthropies nationwide. For nearly 30 years, these industries have been instrumental to the success of City of Hope, raising hundreds of millions of dollars to support cancer research and treatment.

Industries that support the San Diego Development office:
 
 
 
 

For more information on the San Diego councils and industries, please call 858-452-6846 or e-mail your request to rhima@coh.org.
 

San Diego Local Chapters

Marshall's Roundup #1628

Marshall Cotta, diagnosed with hydrocephalus before the age of one,was brought to City of Hope in November 1998 by his parents Pam and Jeff.

“There was so much optimism, support and professionalism at the City of Hope. Plus they provided a wonderful level of love, attention and flexibility,” says Pam. “Jeff and I found ourselves saying over and over again that we couldn’t believe the quality of care and concern for Marshall that we felt in every department at City of Hope.”

All the love and support paid off. Marshall’s cancer is now in check. Marshall still goes to City of Hope for regular follow-up MRIs to make sure his cancer is not returning. So far, all of the results have brought good news.

The Cottas will be forever grateful and always support the miraculous research and patient care at City of Hope. Inspired by their son's lifesaving experience with City of Hope, Jeff and Pam Cotta founded Marshall's Roundup in 2001, a group designed to raise money for pediatric neuro-oncology research and other life-threatening diseases at City of Hope.

 
Gussie Singer Chapter #0004
Founded: 1921

 
Rancho Bernardo Chapter #1287
Founded: 1981
 
 
Ocean Hills Chapter #1527
Founded: 1991
 
 
San Diego Cares Chapter #1607
Founded: 1999

 
San Diego local chapters, please call 858-452-6846 or e-mail your request to Robyn Hima at rhima@coh.org
 

San Diego Fundraising Office

San Diego Fundraising Office

This office is part of City of Hope's Western region and is responsible for fundraising and development in San Diego County. To get involved, participate in one of our events or contact us for volunteer opportunities.

Regional Fundraising Offices

Councils and Industries Visionaries of industry founded City of Hope in 1913 when garment workers and manufacturers in downtown Los Angeles gathered funds to purchase the land on which the Medical Center now exists. This concept of industry partnership at City of Hope is unique among philanthropies nationwide. For nearly 30 years, these industries have been instrumental to the success of City of Hope, raising hundreds of millions of dollars to support cancer research and treatment.

Industries that support the San Diego Development office:
 
 
 
 

For more information on the San Diego councils and industries, please call 858-452-6846 or e-mail your request to rhima@coh.org.
 

Local Chapters

San Diego Local Chapters

Marshall's Roundup #1628

Marshall Cotta, diagnosed with hydrocephalus before the age of one,was brought to City of Hope in November 1998 by his parents Pam and Jeff.

“There was so much optimism, support and professionalism at the City of Hope. Plus they provided a wonderful level of love, attention and flexibility,” says Pam. “Jeff and I found ourselves saying over and over again that we couldn’t believe the quality of care and concern for Marshall that we felt in every department at City of Hope.”

All the love and support paid off. Marshall’s cancer is now in check. Marshall still goes to City of Hope for regular follow-up MRIs to make sure his cancer is not returning. So far, all of the results have brought good news.

The Cottas will be forever grateful and always support the miraculous research and patient care at City of Hope. Inspired by their son's lifesaving experience with City of Hope, Jeff and Pam Cotta founded Marshall's Roundup in 2001, a group designed to raise money for pediatric neuro-oncology research and other life-threatening diseases at City of Hope.

 
Gussie Singer Chapter #0004
Founded: 1921

 
Rancho Bernardo Chapter #1287
Founded: 1981
 
 
Ocean Hills Chapter #1527
Founded: 1991
 
 
San Diego Cares Chapter #1607
Founded: 1999

 
San Diego local chapters, please call 858-452-6846 or e-mail your request to Robyn Hima at rhima@coh.org
 
About City of Hope
Ranked as one of  "America’s Best Hospitals"  in cancer by U.S.News & World Report, City of Hope is a pioneer in the fields of hematopoietic cell transplantation and genetics. Designated as a comprehensive cancer center, the highest honor bestowed by the National Cancer Institute, City of Hope's research and treatment protocols advance care throughout the nation.
 
 
Fundraising Events
Saturday, June 7, 2014
 
Saturday, September 27, 2014
 
Together4Hope 2-Day, 40 Mile Walk
Saturday & Sunday, September 27 - 28, 2014
 
Island to Island Waterman Relay
Saturday, October 11, 2014
 
Taste of Hope
Date is to be determined
Contact Us
Robyn Hima
Regional Director of Philanthropy
 
Amanda Nixon
Assistant Director of Philanthropy
anixon@coh.org
 
Jen Crim
Campaign Assistant
jcrim@coh.org
 
For general inquiries, please contact us:

San Diego Regional Development Office
5090 Shoreham Pl., Ste. 212
San Diego, CA 92122

 

888-805-8911 toll-free
858-452-6846
858-452-6851 fax

 

 
San Diego Office
 
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