We are raising funds for Harbor Of Hope's new home, The Pavilion,
where we will offer support and services to help women with cancer
in the Greater Orange and Los Angeles County Area
We are actively seeking a 1700 sq.ft. office space to become the new home for
Harbor Of Hope Women's Cancer Foundation.
In this space, we will offer peer-to-peer support, access to health and wellness professionals,
professionally lead lectures, workshops, and cancer-related education.
Our plan has been organized into five phases.
Read on to learn more...
We want to greet our guests with a warm welcome each and every visit.
It will be here that our administrative team works to keep our dream afloat.
Our multi-purpose room will be great for smaller meetings, group projects, and gatherings.
Finding a comfortable place to sit and relax is often a challenge after surgery and/or treatment. Our relaxation area will give our guests comfy chairs in a peaceful setting. It'll be perfect for reading or quiet chats amongst members.
A soundproof room gives our women the freedom to cry, scream, laugh, relax, or meditate without judgment or interruptions. Currently, there is no place like this in our area.
Our flexible space will serve two purposes. First, this area will give our women a place to stretch and exercise without feeling inconspicuous or uncomfortable at a regular gym. With proper planning and storage space, this room will easily transition into an event space for our professionally led lectures/workshops and a classroom for cancer-related education.
The Pavillion will provide shared office space for our health and wellness partners.
Our onsite shop will offer various resources available for purchase.
Depending on surgeries and treatment, not all women with cancer can indulge in a regular spa massage. But a chair massage is often just what the doctor ordered! We'd like to provide this service to help our women relax and feel better.
Doing everyday things like wash our hair becomes a near-impossible task after a double mastectomy. We'd like to self-care easier with a hair-washing station complete with how-to workshops for members and care-givers.
"Near-infrared photoimmunotherapy uses an antibody–photoabsorber conjugate that binds to cancer cells. When near-infrared light is applied, the cells swell and then burst, causing the cancer cell to die. Photoimmunotherapy is in clinical trials in patients with inoperable tumors." - National Cancer Institute
Often times, women are unable to drive after surgeries or treatment. We'd love to provide transportation to and from The Pavilion for our members in the Greater Orange and Los Angeles County Area.
Cancer affects moms, too. That's why we want to make sure moms with cancer can fully enjoy their time at The Pavilion. Our dream is to have a playroom so children can play while mom enjoys the benefits of uninterrupted time in our soundproof room, with peers or time with a health or wellness professional.