In 2014 Emma Grace Mitchell was Ribbons of Hope’s first recipient to receive assistance from the Patient Program from which the Ribbons of Hope Foundation (ROHF) was created. Princess Emma Grace Mitchell passed away on September 15, 2014, after battling brain cancer for 27 months. Not only was it a hard battle for her, but for her family and friends, as well. Shortly after her death, a once vision became a reality in December of 2015 when ROHF announced adding an additional program the Emma Grace Mitchell Cancer Research Program. Because childhood cancer receives the least amount of attention of all the cancer programs, ROHF will give monetary grants to researchers in an effort to provide them the funds needed for a breakthrough in childhood cancer trials. For 2016 ROHF's goal for the Emma Grace Mitchell fund is $25,000. We cannot do this without your help. If you would like to make a one-time donation to this cause, please send your donation to us or contact us with your check or credit card information.


If you would like to mail us a donation please send donations to:
Ribbons of Hope Foundation (ROHF)
800 Shelton Shores Drive
Talladega, AL 35160

 

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