Welcome to Woman of Hope
Here we share our stories as survivors and peers to other women in need of support and hope.
We are here for you, whether you have been diagnosed or want to be a supportive friend facing cancer, or even a parent of a child with cancer.
You do not have to face this alone.
Our aim is to create a platform where real life stories can be told with the one goal in mind:
to give hope and support to those who are fighting cancer and those who are supporting someone with cancer.
What We Offer
Knowledge is power. We will supply you with supportive medical articles to help you become a cancer-fighting warrior or a cancer supportive warrior. This informative and related medical articles are published to serve as a supportive and compassionate nature and by no means should be considered a medical diagnoses. If at any stage you are concerned about your symptoms, please contact your doctor or medical specialist.
Cancer survivor stories of hope. You are not alone in this. Get the knowledge and inspiration from other woman and co-survivors who overcame their diagnosis and who have been right where you are now. This website was created as an upliftment tool, to help you identify with other women and to share your own story of the challenges you had to go through. In the dark times it is necessary to find light and courage from others. Become a bearer of hope.
Great things happens when people come together. There are meeting places and events where other warriors, survivors and supporters come together to encourage and exhort one another. Let us help you connect with someone in your area. As women, mostly with families and children, being the naturally strong caregivers that we are, we need to be supportive of one another in difficult times. It is our duty to take hands and endure as beautiful warriors.
Read more about our latest project, “The Journey Bag”
“I believe in being strong when everything seems to be going wrong.
I believe that happy girls are the prettiest girls.
I believe that tomorrow is another day,
and I believe in miracles.”