Here is some welcoming good news!
In 2021, while still feeling the effects of a global pandemic, Miles of Hope has helped over 2,000 people affected by breast cancer within the Hudson Valley; Dutchess, Orange, Ulster, Putnam, Westchester, Rockland, Sullivan, Columbia and Greene counties, including:
Here are the facts:
The case for supporting Miles of Hope is clear. We are here for anyone diagnosed with breast cancer who needs help. In 2021, we granted $250,000 to individuals and programs helping those affected by breast cancer, and the need will only continue to grow.
You can help. Please donate so we can continue to do our great work!
The Founders and the Board of Directors sincerely thank you and wish you a happy and healthy holiday season.
The Miles of Hope Breast Cancer Foundation was established in 2004 to fund support services, education and outreach for people affected by breast cancer in New York's Hudson Valley. The Foundation was started by Dana Effron and Cathy Varunok, two community activists who saw a need for increased services for people with breast cancer.
All funds raised are used to support programs in the Hudson Valley and directly assist those right here in our community whose lives have been affected by breast cancer. Some of the current programs funded by the Miles of Hope Breast Cancer Foundation include: