Free Beach Vacation for Breast Cancer Families


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Breast Cancer Families can get free vacations Attention newly diagnosed/treated breast cancer survivors, Want a FREE week long family beach vacation? Little Pink Houses of Hope is giving breast cancer survivors who are currently undergoing treatment or within one year of completion of treatment an opportunity to apply for a week long beach retreat on the NC and SC coast. LPHOH provides housing, three meals a day, programs, and a great environment for families to relax and reconnect. In a fun-filled environment designed to make family the priority, survivors and their loved ones are able to laugh, connect, play, and heal.  A beautiful beach setting with a staff dedicated to making sure that the only worry that families have is answering the question- “What do we want to do?”  Cleaning, cooking, and laundry are all taken care of so that families can celebrate each other and get the pampering they deserve. Houses will be secured through caring individuals willing to donate weekly beach homes for breast cancer families and rental agreements. If you meet the qualifications and you would like to apply, download the application at Little Pink Houses of Hope here.

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About The Author: Rachel is a mom, wife, young breast cancer survivor blogging about health, saving money, and living a happy life.

  • Diana Caputo March 27, 2012, 7:19 pm Reply

    I’m currently going through 2 rounds of chemotherapy for stage 2B breast cancer. I had a double mastectomy on Jan. 20th to remove two tumors, one in each breast. I had immediate reconstruction, with the expanders put in during my surgery. The surgery took 8 hours. Three weeks afterward, I developed a fever of 103 degrees, and went to the E.R. We found out it was a staph infection, and I had to have my left expander removed. I now only have one. I had to shave my head the other day cause my hair was falling out in clumps. My left arm has lymphedema due to the lymph node removal/involvement. Now I have to go to physical therapy 3-4 times a week. I have chemo every other Thursday. I am no longer able to work as a teacher, and look forward to life as a normal person again. I hope you are still accepting applications. Please let me know if you are. I am interested and would like to speak to you further if possible. Thank you.

    • Christie October 8, 2012, 1:01 pm Reply

      I just read your post & I can totally relate to you. I too had bilateral mastectomies 2/14/12 and one month later had staph inf. & had to have expander removed. I had 16 weeks of chemo and just had my expander put back in last week. A vacation would be wonderful as I am single mom and have been out of work since 2/14. I wish you well

  • Cha Ching Queen April 1, 2012, 5:51 pm Reply

    Diana,
    I’m sorry you are going through all of that. I’m not affiliated with Little Pink Houses. Please contact them directly. Good luck.

    Rachel

  • cindy September 21, 2012, 11:16 pm Reply

    wish I would have known about Little Pink Houses of Hope during my cancer fight in 2009-2010.Being knocked out of work and my husband taking on all of our bills killed any chance of vacations and then having medicine during chemo that attacked my bone marrow and put an end to my job as a CNA means there is little hope of vacations any time soon.I ‘m thankful that someone cares enough to give some peace of mind to cancer fighters and their families.Just thinking of sitting and listening to the ocean sounds like heaven .May God bless what you are doing.

  • Lynette Council May 22, 2014, 7:20 pm Reply

    My name is Lynette Council it was August 2012 the day I was diagnosed with stage IIIB inflammatory breast cancer. It was exactly two weeks before my wedding! What a wedding gift? So August 25th I was married no honeymoon because Aug 27th my surgery to implant my port. Right then I felt my life disappear, it was chemo treatments til January 2013. Now I thought that was bad well my mastectomy happened the day after my birthday! Now after that I was informed the cancer had metasized to my spine! I haven’t been able to regain any happiness yet.

  • Tricia May 23, 2014, 5:00 am Reply

    Lynette, I was so sorry to read your post and just wanted you to know that you will be in my thoughts and prayers. I was diagnosed with stage II with 2 tumors in my right breast and lymph node involvement. After a mastectomy with reconstruction,chemo and radiation, I’m now on hormonal therapy and have had three surgeries in two years. The Femara that I am taking makes me feel like I’m a hundred but I am a survivor. You are too. You have so much to live and fight for. Don’t lose the faith because there are many who are praying for you! I will always remember your name because my sisters name is Lynette! Gods blessings. May God give you the peace that surpasses all understanding!

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