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our mission

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My husband Dave and I provide our Comfort Purses and Bro Bags to City of Hope Cancer Center, Hoag Cancer Center Irvine, Hoag Cancer Institute Newport Beach, Providence St. Joseph Hospital, Todd Memorial Cancer Center, and Los Alamitos Hospital Infusion.​

The Nurse Navigators and Social Workers give our Comfort Purses and Bro Bags to the patients. This has not only been very effective in softening the reality of their new diagnosis and opening the lines of communication, but also allowing us to provide comfort items to those who have been battling cancer for a longer period of time. Knowing that our Comfort purses and Bro Bags will help make their difficult days more bearable, is why we do what we do.     

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what we provide

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As depression and hopelessness are quite prevalent among cancer patients, our

Comfort Purses and Bro Bags provide comfort, hope and encouragement.

 

Comfort Purses Contents: 

A personal letter, ball cap or knit hat, BPA-free water bottle, inspirational book, journal and pen, peppermint lip balm, scarf, sleep mask, socks, thank you notes, tissue pack, word-find book, a stress relief coloring/etching book with set of colored pencils.

Bro Bags Contents: 

A personal letter, ball cap or knit hat, BPA-free water bottle, copper binder clips, inspirational book, journal and pen, peppermint lip balm, pill organizer, scarf, socks, thank you notes, tissue pack, word-find book.

OUR PARTNERSHIP

WOMEN'S NONPROFIT ALLIANCE INTERVIEW
WITH LORIAN GORDON

Through our partnership with Women's Nonprofit Alliance, we have been 

accredited by the Evangelical Council for Financial Accountability (ECFA).

The ECFA provides accreditation to leading Christian nonprofit organizations that faithfully demonstrate compliance with established standards for financial accountability, transparency, fundraising, and board governance, as well as GuideStar Gold Seal of Transparency for financial oversight. ​

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