Hope Hall School’s 14th Annual Pennies for Patients Campaign officially launched today and will run through the end of February. All Hope Hall students, faculty, staff, and our supporters are charged with the goal to raise $3,500 for the Leukemia Lymphoma Society to help find a cure for blood cancers.
Even though we are a small, private, non-profit school, our students raised $3,049.11 dollars for last year’s campaign – 7th highest school in the Western and Central New York Chapter! We like to use the Pennies for Patients Campaign as a teaching tool. Our students learn the meaning of sacrifice and how to give back to those in need.
Many of our own Hope Hall community have been affected by blood/bone marrow cancers, including Linda Foster, whose memory lives on through the charitable efforts of Linda’s Cupboard, and the six-year old niece of one of our consultant teachers. We at Hope Hall take our commitment to partnering with the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society very seriously, and to do all we can to support families and doctors trying to end this disease.
You can help us find a cure by donating online today using the link below!