It’s All About The Journey … Hope In Motion

Are there any of us that have not been touched by cancer, that horrible “C” word, in same way?  More and more often you hear stories of people you know that are fighting the courageous fight against this awful disease.

On Sunday, June 7, 2015, National Cancer Survivor’s Day, the streets of downtown Stamford will be filled with Walkers, Runners, and Volunteers.  For more people than it should be, it is an intensely personal day – whether they are survivors or  have been touched by their families’ and friends’ struggles with cancer. Walkers participate in a 3.1 mile course while runners can choose from a timed 5K or 10K loop course. It’s a tremendous day full of fun and support with participants of all ages and fitness levels.

Hope in Motion is a year-round fundraising initiative for the Bennett Cancer Center at Stamford Hospital, Hope in Motion is support, community, and action.

Through this signature event, the Walk & Run and other events throughout the year, we come together to raise funds for cancer patients in our community; our family members, co-workers, friends, and neighbors. For over 20 years, the Bennett Cancer Center has provided the highest standard of care in the area to our community’s cancer patients and their families in a warm and supportive environment. It is with pride that Bennett Cancer Center can say that 100% of the funds raised through Hope in Motion go directly to sustain programs and services at the Bennett Cancer Center, all provided free of charge to their patients.

Come out and help celebrate 20 years of this wonderful event!

If you’re interested in making a donation, here is the info:

Contact Us or Mail Donation to:


Stamford Hospital Foundation
1351 Washington Blvd., Suite 202
Stamford, CT 06902
Tel: (203) 276-5920
Email: hopeinmotion@stamhealth.org


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