Enter Choose Hope’s September Giveaway

September brings awareness to no less than 7 cancers. Show support and bring awareness and enter the Choose Hope September Giveaway now!

The month of September is a busy one in the cancer community, with no less than 7 cancers being acknowledged. We love the fact that so many cancers are getting the much-needed support and awareness, but we also believe this shouldn’t be tied to just one month – right? We need to keep the cancer movement pushing forward in search of the newest drugs and research, always hoping for that cure.

September Cancer Awareness

September proudly brings awareness to the following cancers:

What’s in our September Giveaway?

We love our giveaways as much as you do, so it’s always fun to pull together items that we know you would not only enjoy winning but would really use and appreciate! This month is no exception, and as we head into the fall, we have put together this great collection that can be yours just by a simple entry! And we are choosing 3 lucky winners!

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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Three (3) winners will be selected at the end of September and one of those could be you! Share your story or helpful tips that got you through the cancer journey in a comment below.

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84 comments on “Enter Choose Hope’s September Giveaway
  1. Cancer sucks! Always remember that we are all banded together in hope!

  2. Having cancer sucks! Remember we are all bonded together in hope!

  3. Jennier says:

    I am a thyroid cancer survivor! At my first appointment with the thyroid surgeon they had “no one fights alone” buttons for sale and my mother purchased one for me, since then I visit Choose Hope website often and have made several purchases and I absolutely love everything!

  4. “Real courage is being afraid and doing it anyway!”

  5. I do have cancer (ovian)stage 4

  6. Lizz Foiles says:

    I’m currently fighting stage three ovarian cancer. Lots of love and prayers for all my fellow cancer WARRIORS!

  7. Lori Thomas says:

    Always keep the faith, your not alone in your fight.

  8. Almost three years fighting ovarian cancer 🙂

  9. I am 5 years a survivor of lymphomia. I was blessed that they took my spleen and God took the cancer. It was because of prayer and family support that I was able to make it through such a rough time.

  10. While I have not experienced a cancer in my life (yet). I have friends and relatives who have. Prayers are always well received but I also try to help with prepared meals/yard work. Being able to share these gifts as a surprise would be well received.

  11. Jennifer Rondeau says:

    I have late stage 2 breast cancer. I have 8 chemo treatments left and then a double mastectomy. It has been rough and I am ready to be done with it. Would love to win alot of that would help me right now.

  12. Ryan Thatcher says:

    I am also a thyroid cancer survivor. I was diagnosed in April of 2017. Shortly after my diagnosis, I received a package in the mail from a college friend. It was full of 50 “Cancer Sucks” bracelets in the thyroid cancer awareness colors. I passed them out to family and friends shorty before my total throidectomy. I still see people wearing these bracelets today and it is always an amazing reminder that no one fights cancer alone!

  13. I am in the process of thyroid cancer, just know you are not alone. the stronger you are physically and mentally the better your odds are

  14. I am in my 8th year of non hodgkins lymphoma and just found out it’s time for another round of treatment starting Friday. While I really dread having to go through it for the fourth or fifth time I want to say Thank you to Choose Hope for always being there with me on my journey. All my family and friends wear lime green bracelets which, for whatever the reason, bring me strength. I have purchased so many items for others too and always am told it brought smiles and feelings of support when needed most. This includes my sister when she successfully battled thyroid cancer five years ago. It really helps to stay positive and to know that no one fights alone. Attitude is everything and having others cheer you on or cheering others on truly makes the difference! So stay positive, don’t give up or give in and always Choose Hope! We are all survivors and WARRIORS – cancer sucks!

  15. I lost my husband and Best Friend of Thirty Years in February 2018 to Non-Small Cell Bronchogenic Lung Cancer. Tom survived 6 months after being diagnosed with cancer in August of 2017. He went through Chemo and Radiation and his cancer kept metastasizing, first around his lungs and had to have a catheter put in to drain the fluid from his lungs three times a week. The second time was around his heart and he had to have emergency surgery to relieve the fluid from around his heart. Tom also suffered two pulmonary embolisms in both of his lungs. He was put on Lovenox, a blood thinner injection twice a day and was on a cancer drug, Alunbrig. In December 2017 we thought things were looking good, scans looked good and both the oncologist and his surgeon were very optimistic. Three weeks later we were back in the hospital and his cancer was attacking his heart sack a second time. Tom had coded and was gone for 21 minutes but he fought his way back and was able to let me and his doctor know that he was still with us. Since he was on a ventilator he was unable to talk but was able to answer yes and no questions and make hand gestures, like when he needed his mouth swabbed or giving a “Thumbs Up” to someone in the room. The next issue was his kidneys had stopped functioning and had to start dialysis. He had started to swell so bad from where his kidneys were failing and the nurses had to use ultrasound to find his pulse in his feet because of how swollen his feet were. The Doctors and Nurses and Aides at Mount Carmel West in Columbus, OH were Outstanding. They were very supportive and made accommodations for my son and I to stay with Tom so he could have us with him and keep his spirits up. Dr. Kevin Radecki, his surgeon was very supportive and made Tom feel very comfortable and at ease, even with everything that was happening he felt better after speaking with the doctor. Dr. Tom Brady and Dr. Dellinger were the staff doctors that were phenomenal. I had the pleasure of having two nurse navigators, Angie Edwards-Abbey and Lisa Geddis, they went above and beyond to help with everything, from taking notes during our appointment with the doctors so we didn’t miss anything to reaching out to support systems to help with different challenges we experienced during this battle. Both Ladies are exceptional at there job. The Social Worker, Grace Stanley, also worked hard helping with challenges we had, especially with supplies and found help from different agencies.
    The final doctor that I am personally amazed with is Dr. Gina Moody. She was the staff doctor while Tom was in ICU. She answered any and all questions that we had and was around quite often checking in and seeing if we needed anything. Dr. Moody made it a point to include my son in when we talked to make sure he understood, to some extent, what was going on and to see if he had any questions. She was a pleasure to be around and very upbeat and positive in her bedside manner and was genuinely kind, caring and supportive. My family was very fortunate to have such knowledgeable Doctors, Nurses, Aides and staff at this very critical time. Although Tom did not win his fight with this horrible disease he went out fighting until the end. My 12 year old son and I miss Tom Every Single Day. Show your Loved Ones how much they mean to you and Cherish every moment you have with them. Tomorrow is not promised, Enjoy, Love and Laugh and be Happy and Blessed with each day that you have together.
    No One Fights Alone!
    Thank You,
    Tammy Williams

  16. Cheryl Keith says:

    I’m a 2yr. survivor of Follicular Thyroid cancer with a TT.They say it’s the good cancer,but in reality there is no such thing as a good cancer.Although the cancer is gone,I still have struggles living without a Thyroid.Take care of yourself, you’re not alone,and keep praying.

  17. My Aunt,my mom,and just buried a friend yesterday,they each died of ovarian cancer. 😞

  18. Sarah H says:

    My son is 3 years post chemo with no active disease. At the age of five, a tumor showed up in his left temporal region. He had langerhans cell histiocytosis. It’s a rare cancer. it was the worst time in our lives but we’re so thankful he’s here and he’s kicking Cancer’s butt! Thanks so much for this amazing giveaway!

  19. Sarah H says:

    My son was 5 years old when langerhans cell histiocytosis showed up in his left temple. That’s a rare cancer. He is 3 years off chemo with no active disease. We’re so thankful he’s alive! I am also a cancer survivor. I had melanoma (skin cancer) taken out of my ear in 2009. So I tell my son with cancer survivors together! Thanks so much for this awesome giveaway!!

  20. Lot of prayers and tears when we thought we were losing my mama, she had colon cancer and they did surgery. It started leaking and she got septic and they had to do emergency surgery. At the moment she is in ICU on a ventilator and had to be bagged.

  21. Kim Switzer says:

    I’m a 5 year survivor of breast cancer!!! Positive thinking and my mom got me thru the whole thing!!!!!

  22. Stacy Miner says:

    I would like to have the blanket for clinic days.
    Proudly wear the shirt.

  23. As a 21 year old (batting since 14) with a very rare form of GI tract cancer that’s resistant to radiation and chemo, it’s nice to see someone spreading awareness, and showing that everyone can fight and win together. No matter what kind of cancer we have! 💜🎗

  24. Kaye martin says:

    I am a stage 4 Colorectal cancer warrior!!

  25. Would love to win, going through Bladder cancer.

  26. Stacey says:

    I am a Multiple Myeloma cancersurvivor, well in remission! I teach school and pass out anti-cancer bracelets, stickers and pencils. My school and admin supported me through my battle and I went back to work before my 100 days after my Stem Cell Transplant because I love my student and my job.

  27. Patty Janes says:

    I hate cancer! It cost me both of my parents. It is my prayer that one day cancer will be seen as a treatable medical condition NOT as a death sentence. Prayers for all people dealing with cancer.

  28. Not a survivor YET. I was diagnosed with stage IV lung cancer with bone mets in March of 2018. Did radiation treatments 5 days in a row. I get immunotherapy treatments every 3 weeks. So far cancer is not growing or spreading. Praying to keep it that way.

  29. Tammy says:

    I lost two beautiful souls in my life, my beautiful mother at just 41yrs old to lung cancer when I was 12yrs old and my beautiful sister and bestfriend Shelly who was diagnosed with carcinosarcoma, a very rare and aggressive uterine cancer in October 2017. She battled that beast but suffered horribly for 5 short months.Only 54yrs old and leaves behind her 13yr old son.My life is forever changed… All cancers matter,Praying for a cure.and Praying for all survivors and families who have lost their loved ones…

  30. I put on No-one fights alone periwinkle(esophageal cancer) bracket when my brother was diagnosed in February 2016(he was given 4-10 months). He passed away Sept 2017….way past predicted expectancy. I still wear the bracelet.

  31. I have rare disease…. BCCNS Basal Cell Carcinoma Nevis Syndrome. Battle skin cancers. I am in a clinical trial now beginning count was 205 BCC’s. 35have disappeared on the drug in 15 months.

  32. Beth C says:

    Fight! I was diagnosed with stage 4 colon cancer and I’m still here!

  33. I’m a 10 year, so far, cancer survivor. Whatever you do, never give up hope and never let cancer win!

  34. Julia Layton says:

    I have survived Hodgkin’s Lymphoma stage 2 and 4, Follicular Lymphoma stage 2 and 4, Diffuse Large B Cell Lymphoma stage 4, and Squamous Cell Carcinoma stage 1 over the last 25 years. I was told I had six months to live 19 months ago. A wonderful oncologist thought a stem cell transplant could save me and so far, he was right! My faith stands strong. Hope prevails.

  35. My Mom is my Hero and an inspiration!!! She is 83, and is surviving myeloma and bladder cancer. She says, “I am healing one prayer at a time”. She has enormous faith in the Lord, an incredible strength, and a phenomenal and beautiful team of medical care providers. We are blessed! Thank you, Choose Hope, for being part of the blessing we all need to confront, and one day, completely overcome cancer!
    Terri Robinson
    Covington, LA

  36. Debra Lewis says:

    I was diagnosed with colon cancer, had the tumor removed and have just finished chemo treatments. I wouldn’t wish this on anyone and I had it easy compared to so many. Thankfuly the cat scan came back clear and looking forward to getting back to living!!

  37. Sandy Reis says:

    So much cancer in my family! Aunts who passed from breast cancer, we have colon cancer ,prostate cancer ,skin cancer . It’s so hard to watch your family and friends go thru this horrible disease. I pray they find a cure soon!

  38. I was diagnosed with Classic Hodgkin’s Lymphoma. I am still in chemo therapy. I have been Neutrapenic for the majority of the time that I have been in chemo, so I have been home, in order to prevent infections. My daughter, Jamee, is the one person that has been there to drive me to most every test, doctor appointment and chemo, as well as, driving over to check on me every day. She goes to the store to get things that my husband may not be able to find. She has been an angel to me. So, the one main thing that helped me through is my youngest daughter, Jamee. Secondly, my dog, Buddy-Bear, has seemed to know when I am not feeling well and when I am having a little better days. He follows me very closely everywhere I go in the house. I would, also, like to include my husband, Jim, my best friend, Lisa, my family, and a group that has Chemo Angels. These Chemo Angels send a card out every week during chemo and I have found that I look forward to receiving them. Just to know that someone cares enough to write me every week is such a wonderful feeling!

  39. I have so many people in my family that have died from cancer…I wish they would come up with a cure…..


  41. I’m a 3year survivor of uterine, cervical, and ovarian cancer.

  42. Crystie says:

    Cancer sucks! Many prayers to anyone going thru it and their families.

  43. Betty says:

    4 yrs of a rare lymphoma. I sure could use a perk me up. This would be great!

  44. debbie kapa says:

    I’ve lost 2 cousins this year to cancer and my daughter was diagnosed with breast cancer 7 mo ago. My sister was diagnosed 2 yrs ago. Cancer sucks!!

  45. I am just at the begining of radiation treatment for TNBC stage 2b. Both my husband and I are former Army soldiers, and now with 8 children (ages 3-17),we knew it was just ine more battle we had to fight. Most of our family live in ither states, so i know first hand what it is like to not have a lot of physical support nearby.
    I just want every person that can read this message to know that prayers and belief in a higher power really CAN make a difference in the fight FOR your life, (it may not be the foght OF it for some)!
    We are stronger than we know! Have faith and believe you can and will SURVIVE to tell your story and be an inspiration to someone who may not have yet found their own inner warrior!! Love to all!


  46. Lynda Weaver says:

    In 2014 at age 51 I was diagnosed with stage 11 breast cancer. There was no breast cancer in either side of my family. For some unknown reason, I was always afraid of getting breast cancer. I had no lump. I had a gut instinct that something was not right in my left breast. I soon joined my new club. The color is pink and everyone is a fighter. I believe I handled things pretty well due to the wonderful nurses and people in the medical field. Hope is my word. I have the faith, but hope means impossible things are possible!!

    Last December 8, 2018 my youngest son was diagnosed with Hogkins Lymphoma. Now that news took me to my knees. My 21 year old 6’5 pillar of health son now had cancer. It was a true nightmare and at Christmas time. I went through many stages. Denial, anger, depression, and finally acceptance. We started to fight. We had HOPE he would beat this. We accepted love people gave us, meals, everything. Accept help. It helps tremendously. On August 28, 2018 we got the news we prayed so hard for. COMPLETE REMISSION!!!!! Never give up!! Life is not always fair, but don’t give up and please keep up your Hope, Faith, and Love.

  47. Karen A. says:

    I go gold for childhood cancer in September in memory of my nephew who passed away the day before his 10th birthday and I go pink for breast cancer in October in memory of my mother who fought and lost her battle with breast cancer 3 1/2 years ago.

  48. My dad has stage 4 colon cancer and it’s been a really rough time for our family. This company is awesome.

  49. Sarah says:

    Taking one minute, one hour, one day at a time is all you can do to get through the bad days. And always try to look for something good in the day cause even on the worse days there is good!

  50. Love my chemo bag and it is the best thing to have when doing my treatments. Dont forget anything after all I have to travel an hour and half for treatment and spend all day there.

  51. Michelle says:

    Cancer sucks! Choose hope!

  52. Colleen says:

    I’m currently going through treatment and it’s definitely an awful time. Thank you so much to this organization for raising awareness and doing what you do

  53. Stacey Gage says:

    My stepmother just beat breast cancer, I felt really good about being by her side and supporting her. It would be great to win and give these wonderful Choose Hope goodies 2 her. She certainly deserves it

  54. Paul Linne says:

    September 10, 2018
    Happy Birthday to me!!! I’m treating myself to Chemotherapy today. Special Gift to myself! Lol. Good news! The Dr. said that there is significant improvement in the lymph nodes especially in the abdominal area. Treatment will continue as planned with a CT Scan to follow in a few months. As you can see, I am wearing my Lymphoma Awareness Month garb. Along with my F@#$& Cancer socks. And my favorite Lime ribbon hat a Choose Hope Bday gift from my sister, Shannon. (September is Lymphoma Awareness Month.) I want to thank everyone for their love and support through this journey. It hasn’t been fun or easy, but everyone’s support has kept me positive and encouraged to “Fight the Good Fight”(my 80’s Rock Band, Triumph reference)! #lovebackatya 🎂🍻😛🤘❤

    My family has started to help me raise money for the medical costs on my Facebook page at Paul Linne Lymphoma Fundraiser

    Paypal Paul Linne directly at https://www.paypal.me/plinne

    Thank you everyone for your love and support! #ChooseHope

  55. Brenda says:

    Love the selections you always have. Love the new shirt. Besides cancer, your merchandise be used for mny other things.

  56. Cancer takes too many too soon
    Prayers for all living through it

  57. My sister just found out that she has breast cancer. She’s the first on either side of our family. She WILL win this war!!!

  58. Linda Hanson says:

    Cancer sucks, pray for a cure!

  59. Ruth Adkins says:

    I had 2 Aunt’s who had breast cancer.

  60. Ashley says:

    I don’t have cancer but my grandpa died of stomach cancer. I want to tell everyone to keep going, you got this! You’re so brave.

  61. Laurie says:

    I took it one day at a time. Maybe I had a diagnostic test on Monday so I only concerned myself with it. Then on Tuesday whatever I had going that day was all I concerned myself with that day. It seemed to help doing it in steps like that.

  62. I was diagnosed with breast cancer in April of 2017. I had bilateral mastectomies on May 24th and had elected to have implants so they put the expanders in. Had my first smooth implants put in in September and they came out of place in about 2 weeks. Had another surgery to correct my implants being out of place and about 2 weeks after that surgery they came out again. I then decided to go with the textured ones that were supposed to stick in place. They did stick but right one got pushed up & stayed that way. I also got infection on the surgery site of right implant & took me 2 months to get rid of infection. We then scheduled my next surgery where I had considered going back to the smooth ones since doctor said I should have enough scar tissue to hold them in place. Two weeks before that surgery my infection came back. My surgery was iffy at that point but he said if it hasn’t spread any more he would do surgery. I didn’t know until day of surgery if it was going to happen or not. I elected to have implants removed & no more put in. Still had infection but finished antibiotics and hopefully it won’t come back again cause during surgery he cleaned out & flushed. I am now waiting on the rest of fluid to go so I can go get measured for my prosthetics.

  63. Theresa cole says:

    My daughter is fighting cancer. She has been fighting since 12yrs old with Thyroid cancer. 3 surgeries, 3 rounds of rai radiation therapy and to many pokes to remember. Cancer sucks no matter what kind.

  64. Penny Harper says:

    Would love to win this. My grandmother and mother both beat breast cancer. I am now undergoing chemo for breast cancer myself. I look at this as a bump in the journey of my life. I hope that bringing awareness to getting a mammogram will save someone. I was blessed to find mine early.

  65. Deanna Copsey says:

    I am an Osteosarcoma survivor. Diagnosed on Sept 11, 2005. I have a partial hip replacement and 19cms of my femur replaced. On August 21st of this year I had a colonoscopy and they found a tumor in my colon. Biopsy results came back August 23rd. I almost made it 13 years. Now I have this Battle to win for my little girl. Being a single mom this should be interesting.

  66. my mom had Lymphoma, it was very hard on her body, the Chemo , especially the first treatment was bad, she had a very bad reaction, but she thankfully got through that , and finally almost a yewar later, she got better, but the cancer was gone, well, dormant in her body, they said it could become active again, at any time, but it didnt, but, she passed away, a few years later, cancer is horrible, any kind, and it devastates the family, its one of the hardest , painful diseases I feel so much empathy for families and friends but especially the person whi has the cancer, , so traumatic, only God and the doctors can help.

  67. Sandy Reis says:

    We have lost so many family members and friends to one kind of cancer or another. I wish there was a cure for it all !

  68. Cancer that a word I have grown to accept and fight everyday. My grandma died of it never told anyone she had it till she was dying @ 84 years old. My mom and two of sisters are survivors, two of my cousins are survivors of breast cancer. Another cousin he survived Testiscle cancer. I have lost two great friends, a cousin to liver cancer , stomach cancer and my grandfather had bone cancer. I myself have had a few scares with tumors in my breast but no cancer was found. My daughters have been tested for breast cancer, they don’t have the gene. It’s not fun knowing that it lives around us now. I will continue to fight for everyone until we find a cure for all Cancers .

  69. I lost my My grandmother, Grandpa ,my aunt, and my father to cancer and it is the most heartbreaking thing to have to go through. I pray every night a cure is found.

  70. Sarah Romero says:

    No child should have to fight this fight.They are warriors they are hero’s ,they are survivors,They are miracles

  71. Julie says:

    I’m a cancer survivor, many family members I’ve lost due to cancer. There’s nothing more that helped me through it, than the love and support of my family and friends. They truly helped me at my lowest points.

  72. Maria says:

    After my diagnosis and surgery for endometrial cancer, my then 9 year old grandson gave me a bracelet stating “MY FAITH IS BIGGER THAN MY FEAR”. The love of my family, friends and God made me a survivor!

  73. I am the mother of a 4yr old stage 4 high risk neuroblastoma warrior. This little girl is my strength and watching her fight both breaks my heart into a million pieces and makes me so proud of the size of the fight inside her.

  74. Patti Singer says:

    My daughter is a cancer survivor…. just wanna keep her thinking outside….. this would surely do just that

  75. Jennifer says:

    Love the beanie! That would sure help keep my bald head warm!

  76. Jennifer says:

    Love looking at your products. I work at a Cancer Center & enjoy buy your stuff

  77. Katie Perdue says:

    I have metastatic breast cancer stage 5. Cancer sucks, especially when there is no beating this. Oncologist said I’ll have it the rest ofy life and there’s nothing I can do about it.

  78. Almost 4 year survivor of Ovarian cancer. I was 23 when I was diagnosed. I had to have a total hysterectomy a little over a month before my 24th birthday. I always wanted to be a mommy and my husband always wanted to be a daddy. I thought that was never going to happen for us. But here we are 4 years later, now in the process of a home study to foster and adoption! To all of those still fighting, you got this! You’re in my prayers! Much love
    Kristen Smith ❤️

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