Give Hope Blog
Songs of Hope honors music industry stars, benefits City of Hope
July 7, 2015 | mgudelman
On June 11, City of Hope’s Music, Film and Entertainment Industry held its 11th Annual Songs of Hope event at the House of Fair (the estate of Ron Fair and Stefanie Ridel ). With 300 guests in attendance and over $300,000 raised to benefit City of Hope, this star-studded evening included acoustic performances by Natalie Cole , Aloe Blacc , Avery Wilson and Priscilla Renea .
Triple Crown Winner Victor Espinoza visits City of Hope
June 30, 2015 | Teri Silvi
Joseph Rosenthal, M.D., Karah Casas and Rhys Hunn welcome Victor Espinoza to City of Hope. Triple Crown winning jockey Victor Espinoza visited City of Hope last week to connect with the patients he’s supported throughout his career.
Jaylon Fong’s cancer journey sparks a visit to the White House
April 13, 2015 | cpecikozic
When Jaylon Fong wrote President Barack Obama a letter thanking him for calling attention to childhood cancers during his 2012 victory speech , he didn't expect much. Jaylon just wanted to share a little bit of his personal experience with cancer while being treated at City of Hope and his appreciation for all the president has done, which allowed him to focus on getting well.
ourHope tribute honors Bertha Alamillo's mother, 'the hero of her life'
February 25, 2015 | hguthrie
Bertha Alamillo is on a mission to keep her mother's memory alive. Her mother was treated for multiple myeloma at City of Hope, and to honor 'the hero of her life,' Alamillo launched her ourHope fundraising page.
Northern Trust Open drives awareness and funds for City of Hope
February 10, 2015 | Kelly Mayfield
The Northern Trust Open tees off in Los Angeles on Feb. 19, giving Southland golf fans the opportunity to experience a world-class field at the iconic Riviera Country Club. City of Hope, the official charity of the Northern Trust Open through 2025, benefits from the considerable charitable dollars generated from the tournament proceeds, as well as extensive media exposure.