By: Zander Grable
“We have new people come in our center every day that need help, that need support.,” said Lindermann. “So I think it’s a big part of giving back to people who are vulnerable and need support in our local community.”
Circle of Hope is run by a staff of volunteers who have each been individually affected by cancer in one way or another.
“I lost my mom to cancer, and I knew that when we moved to California, I wanted to get involved with something that had to do with helping cancer patients,” said Christy Grable, a volunteer board member.”
“So that’s why I got involved,” said Grable.
The event was part of their 31 Days of Hope fundraiser, which they say inspires community members to do their part and give back.
Proceeds raised through these fundraisers go back to Circle of Hope and help with assisting cancer patients with co-pays, second opinions, and other financial assistance.