HOPE Fund Endowment

Generous donors to the HOPE Fund have learned how their gifts can have an immediate impact on patients during their cancer journey.

The HOPE Fund Advisory Committee recognized the critical nature of many of the programs which are funded through annual gifts. As they have looked strategically to the future, it was decided that establishing a HOPE Endowment would ensure funding for some of the most essential services for generations to come.

The HOPE Endowment was established in 2017 with an initial gift from the McLeod Volunteer Auxiliary.  These gifts are invested and the annual proceeds may be used to provide critical funding particularly if annual gifts no longer meet the needs of our patients in treatment.

  • McLeod HOPE Fund Endowment

    The McLeod Volunteer Auxiliary presented Robin Aiken, Chair of the HOPE Fund Advisory Committee, with a check for $50,000 for the HOPE Fund Endowment.  This gift is celebrated as it takes the HOPE Endowment to its initial $1 million goal.  The initial gift to start the HOPE Endowment was also made possible by the Volunteer Auxiliary in 2017. Their gift was made in memory of Marilyn Godbold, who served as McLeod Volunteer Coordinator for 30 years prior to her retirement. Marilyn’s husband, Asa and his daughter Emily Reinicker, were on hand to express their gratitude and support. To learn more about the HOPE Fund, click here.

  • Legacies of HOPE …

    The HOPE Fund Advisory Committee directs these essential funds given by supporters like you. These dedicated volunteers recognized the critical nature of many of the programs which are funded through your gifts. As they look strategically to the future, the need for a HOPE Fund Endowment was vitally important. The earnings from the Endowment would provide funding for some of the most crucial services for our patients.

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  • The HOPE Endowment Fund Ensures Future Funding

    Generous donors to the HOPE Fund have learned how their gifts can have an immediate impact on patients during their cancer journey.

    The HOPE Fund Advisory Committee recognized the critical nature of many of the programs which are funded through annual gifts. As they have looked strategically to the future of the efforts it was decided that establishing an HOPE Endowment would ensure funding for some of the most essential services for generations to come.

    An Endowment Fund was established in 2017 with an initial gift from the McLeod Volunteer Auxiliary. A goal of $1million has been set to allow eventual proceeds be available to fund the most critical services.