Enter Choose Hope’s Comfort and Cheer Giveaway

Choose Hope Comfort and Cheer Giveaway

When someone you care about is diagnosed with cancer, their world is forever changed. A typical treatment plan includes surgery, chemo and/or radiation. This road is a challenge no matter how you cut it, so why not gift them with something that truly makes a difference. Whether it’s for yourself, a friend, family member or co-worker, tell us who deserves to win a gift set perfect for someone going through treatment.

Win a Gift that Makes a Difference

As a friend or loved one, your heart aches for them and you want to do something, but you’re not sure what’s appropriate and what isn’t. Our late friend and co-founder, Chris, used to say, “I receive flowers, candles and lotions – all things that are disposable because no one is sure if I’m going to live very long.”  Little did she know that we would remember her words and make sure that we had gift options that would REALLY make a difference for someone going through treatment.

What’s so Special About this Gift Set?

Our Choose Hope survivors have put this set together containing all the things they would have wanted when they were going through chemo. We love that they have used their own experience with cancer to improve the journeys of those coming after them.

  • Combat nausea:  Use Queasy Drops to help with the nausea that accompanies chemo.
  • Regain taste buds:  Get rid of that metallic taste as well as the lack of flavor that chemo brings with our tried and true Soothease Drops.
  • Mild scent skin care items that soothe: Dionis body wash and body lotion in a mild vanilla bean scent are perfect for that dry skin, and the lip balm treats those chapped lips.
  • Cozy and comfy:  Fuzzy socks with grips are perfect for cold feet in the chemo room and at home, while the chamomile tea soothes the stomach and offers up some rest.
  • Lose the labels:  The packaging is deliberately free of labels, ribbons, and sayings, making this ideal for those who prefer a more private or subtle gift.

So, in the spirit of giving, we want to offer our Soothing Chemo Gift Set to you FREE!  We bet you know someone, maybe yourself, who could use this right now!

How to Win

First click “Enter Giveaway” and log in with Facebook or your email. Then you will see a few different ways to enter. You only have to complete one, but the more entries you have, the better your chances are of winning! You must have a shipping address within the continental U.S. in order to win.

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We will choose 3 winners at the end of July, so good luck!  Whatever challenges you are facing, we wish you faith, hope, love, and healing.


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44 comments on “Enter Choose Hope’s Comfort and Cheer Giveaway
  1. Just starting chemo tomorrow. Thanks for the helpful tips!

  2. Michael says:

    One month since my daughter was diagnosed with leukemia. Just after graduating high school we recieved this news. We have had a bit of a battle bit choose hope has many products we’ve already gotten. This would be very helpful to her. Best of luck to all who enter and I wish all a comfortable safe journey through these times.

  3. Nikki berg says:

    Thank you for this opportunity. My daughter was dx at 10 mo old with brain cancer and is almost 5 now and has been on 5 different types of chemo. She is not operable and will never be in remission.

  4. Mya Jo Murphy says:

    My daddy has cancer.. He’s 80 years old.. I’m so scared in losing him. He’s been my life ever since I was born.

  5. April says:

    Diagnosed with cervical cancer at the end of May 2018. I start treatment 7/16.

  6. Name(Required)Anna Loomis Russell says:

    My mother has ovarian cancer it affects everyone

  7. Name(Required)Maryann Moore says:

    I’m going through bladder cancer, I would love this.. I think it’s Awsome!

  8. kendra says:

    I will be giving to a friend.

  9. Stephanie says:

    My mother was diagnosed with stage 4 small cell lung cancerand bone cancer, My best friend was diagnosed with bladder cancer and my daughter in law and cousin have both recently passed away from breast cancer. #fighters #warriors #hopeforacure #gottahavefaithansbelieve

  10. Thank you so much for all the products you offer. My husband has stage 4 tonsil cancer with the lymph nodes involved. I have ordered numerous items for him, myself as care giver and dear friend that has colon cancer and gifts for the nursing staff and doctors.

  11. many family members have had breast cancer and my 41 year old daughter recovering from colon cancer, stage 1

  12. Tressie says:

    My Sister-in-law learned a few weeks ago she has stage 4 cancer. I started in her breast and spread. She said it the treatable cancer and will takes medicine the rest of her life. She has had two chemo treatments and several more to go. She is amazing. Strong woman, great spirit. She loves life and lives it to the fullest. A grandmother of for and both her daughter are pregnant and due the end of this year. It would give me great pleasure to present this gift basket to her.

  13. CL says:

    I went through chemo last year. Hopefully I won’t go through chemo again, but this would come in handy if I do. Thanks for the chance to win.

  14. Barbara F says:

    My friend was diagnosed with Leukemia and his wife is having a very difficult time keeping it together. I pray for them and only hope I can help them through their journey.

  15. Sue Affolter says:

    I am a cancer survivor of almost 14 years. I had stage 4 tongue cancer that spread to my lymph nodes. I would like to encourage everyone that is battling this disease to never give up. You can beat this just like I did. Attitude is EVERYTHING. Stay strong and positive. I got my order from choose hope on Saturday and I love my products. I am not able to get head and neck cancer color items hardly anywhere so thanks for making them available. I love my mug I ordered. It reads “I have chemo brain! What is your excuse?” Love it, just wish I could of gotten it in my cancer ribbon colors but green is my favorite color so I got that one. I will share this basket with someone that is battling this disease if I won it. I support cancer patients in my area by sending them encouraging cards and items. Thanks again.

  16. April says:

    I hope that i win i really need somthing like this to help me out

  17. A friend has been diagnosed with pancreatic cancer and all she asks for is prayers. I’d like to give her some physical comfort, too.

  18. I would love to win this for a friend of mine that is going through chemo right now because he has stomach cancer.

  19. Wow nice I would love to win for my mom thanks!

  20. Nikki D. says:

    Ty for the opportunity. My sis is in chemo for stage 4 colon cancer.

  21. I’ve lost so many family members to cancer over the years. Mother, Father and my older sister recently. In a few weeks, my only daughter is having a biopsy done. Praying for good results.

  22. sherry fowler says:

    Never give up and talk to someone that knows what you are going through

  23. Andrea says:

    I have followed Choose Hope for the last 3 years. I am nearing my breast cancer dx date and have a good friend going through rough chemo now. Your survivor spots are encouraging and uplifting. Thank you!

  24. donna Richie says:

    my brother had cancer Had go chemo treatments Every Week Being There For him If He need Any Thing!!

  25. Stacey says:

    I am a breast cancer survivor. Praying for all going treatments right now. Its is tough but remember you are stronger!! God bless you all.

  26. Pam Flynn says:

    My story began with 2 yrs of feeling ill, no diagnosis, mammograms not finding anything wrong to finding a huge lump under my left breast & underarm, & having chemo, radiation, & a lumpectomy with lymph nodes taken out. I am in remission now, cancer free but to all who hesitate to get a mammogram, have been diagnosed, are starting treatment, are in treatment, or have finished treatment I say…You are strong, you are beautiful, You are Loved.

  27. Diane Betton says:

    I’d love to win!

  28. Lori Thomas says:

    Have lost family through cancer. Never give up hope.

  29. Tricia says:

    I have lost a few friends and family to cancer as well as having some that are currently fighting this horrific illness. Don’t give up!

  30. Love the site and hearing everyone’s story. So much inspiration.

  31. I don’t have cancer but my husband has lung cancer and prostate cancer the chemo is a wicked thing, I pray for him daily The throwing up no energy at all it is really sad to watch someone going through this ordeal

  32. debbie says:

    Would ❤️This for my sister stage 4 cancer

  33. Mandy C. says:

    This is a pretty cool site. Glad I found it.

  34. Betty says:

    Start chemo Aug.3 worried but fighting forward!

  35. Shatters your world. Life is never as you once knew it. God Bless All.

  36. Renae says:

    I remember when my grandma went through chemo and it wasn’t so sweet. after all she’s been threw.

  37. Teresa says:

    My best friend Dotty has breast cancer and has had surgery and chemo and not radiation and infusions. This would be great to give to her.

  38. Diagnosed with Stage 4 Metastatic Breast to Bone cancer in March 2016 through a tumor in my hip, I’d like to encourage everyone to ‘Choose Hope’. Since my diagnosis I’ve started providing ‘Hope Bags’ to people diagnosed with cancer in our church and community, to let them know that others have been there and that hope can help you to remain strong. Thank you Choose Hope for the many options I purchased to include in these bags. I missed the deadline for the contest entry (chemo brain – ha! ha!), but love the content. I’ve been blessed with NED (No Evidence of Disease), although I know my cancer is not curable and I take medications daily, get monthly blood work and shots for my bones, and deal with the side-effects. Still, to me this is a miracle, so please everyone, have hope!

  39. Sue says:

    I’m a stage 4 lung cancer survivor and am now doing chemo for Primary Peritoneal Cancer. I will be having surgery after the 3rd cycle, and then will have more chemo. Choose Hope has given me hope. I also maintain a sense of humor, which also helps.

  40. Beverly says:

    Just received diagnosis of breast cancer and waiting for my appointment with an oncologist who is very well thought of in our community.

    I have already started a notebook with the research I’ve done and ordered a variety of bracelets and pins to hand out to my ‘team’.

    The products you offer and the stories you share help give me hope and I am grateful for that.

  41. kyls sheldon-collins says:

    My daughter was only 6 weeks away from her 24th birthday when she passed away after complications from an aggressive muscinous tumour – a rare type of ovarian cancer. She left behind a husband of only 2yrs & a 16 month old daughter (she is now 2 & 1/2yrs old.) on the 18th of August 2018 it will be 1 yr since she passed away.
    There were very few support groups, products & services (eg – financial, physical & emotional support) available to help my daughter, son inlaw & their baby girl. there were services & groups for children, teens, middle aged & elderly living with cancer, but nothing for young women (or men that age for that matter,) aged 20yrs – 30yrs old let alone a young woman with a family. A gift pack like the one being given away by choose hope, would certainly have been welcomed though.
    I promised my daughter that i would share her facebook blog in order to help other young women with ovarian cancer, in the hope it gives them courage & strength to fight another day. the link is below, please share it – my daughter didnt want her death to be in vain – instead she wanted to give family, friends & others living with cancer some insight into what cancer patients go through, & wanted it to be a beacon to light the way in the darkest of times.

    https://www.facebook.com/The-C-bomb-my-journey-1571774896449699/

    May my daughter’s story give you all courage & strength. xxx💖

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