City of Hope and Chubb Providing Hope


June 11-22, 2018
With the Providing Hope campaign in its 16th year, Chubb is proud to partner with City of Hope to raise funds and awareness about two diseases that impact all of us in some way – cancer and diabetes. City of Hope not only provides ongoing critical research that has already led to remarkable breakthroughs, but also provides compassionate patient services and educational programming. Your support helps City of Hope carry out its important mission today and helps transform the future of health tomorrow. Over the course of the Providing Hope campaign, Chubb employees alone have raised over $600,000 for research, treatment and education programs at City of Hope. Combined with the Chubb Charitable Foundation 100% match, the Chubb Providing Hope Campaign has raised over $1.1 million.

Chubb Day of Hope - June 13, 2018
On Wednesday, June 13th, during our Day of Hope, please join us in celebrating over 100 years City of Hope's research and scientific breakthroughs by participating in initiatives within your office. Offices across the country will be hosting various fun events and wellness activities.

City of Hope National Impact
City of Hope is recognized worldwide for its compassionate patient care, innovative science and translational research, which rapidly turns laboratory breakthroughs into promising new therapies. Researchers partner with scientists and hospitals spanning 25 countries and 41 states in the US to best find life-saving new therapies and cures.


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Joan Rose-Hall thought she had defeated breast cancer, then it spread to her brain. Cancer that spreads to the brain, called metastatic brain cancer, has rarely been investigated because it is often thought to be terminal. City of Hope researchers, led by Rahul Jandial, M.D., Ph.D., are conducting innovative research in this new frontier of cancer treatment - and changing the lives of patients like Joan. Watch her compelling story.

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