Flamingos for Hope to Visit MECC Patients: January 16
The Flamingos for Hope will visit patients at Methodist Estabrook Cancer Center on Tuesday, January 16, at 10 a.m. Volunteers will help patients, family and visitors celebrate with a "Baby, It's Cold Outside" theme.
Flamingos for Hope is a patient-led program developed by a cancer survivor who chose to “be a live-er” and to celebrate something every day.
Flamingos represent Friends Laughing, Achieving Miracles, Inspiring and Nurturing Gifts, Offering Smiles. The mission of Flamingos for Hope is to enrich the quality of life of those touched by cancer through inspiration, fun and laughter.
Flamingos for Hope is a service of Harper's Hope, A Cancer Survivor's Program.