Enter to Win in the Choose Hope Giveaway

Enter to Win the Choose Hope 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 cancer care gift tote perfect for someone going through treatment.

What’s In the Cancer Care Gift Tote?

Our Cancer Care Gift Tote is the perfect gift for anyone on the cancer journey. Designed by our very own cancer survivors, this heavyweight tote includes everything necessary for medical appointments, treatments, hospital stays or just lounging at home. Screened with our inspirational trademarked phrase, “No One Fights Alone,” this large tote is filled with the following very special items:

This gift is truly one of the nicest things that you can do for someone who has just been diagnosed. So, in the spirit of giving, we want to offer our Cancer Care Gift Tote to you for 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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Two winners will be selected at the end of August and one of those could be you! The winners may choose any one of 9 colors.


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30 comments on “Enter to Win in the Choose Hope Giveaway
  1. Amanda says:

    Choosehope has quality cancer support merchandise and we have ordered multiple times.

  2. Corinna says:

    I’m grateful that I found your site and organization. I was diagnosed with Thyroid Cancer in June 2018 after a year of suffering with symptoms that several doctors misdiagnosed. I had a full Thyroidectomy. I purchased a Thyroid Cancer awareness window sticker for my vehicle from your site, since I finally had an answer. I just went through a round of Radiation Therapy and will be able to return to work soon. I appreciate your support for all of us.

  3. I’ve had 7 weeks of chemo and 35 radiation treatments. I have Bladder Cancer, I would so love one of these totes.. thank you Maryann Moore. marymoore4336@gmail.com

  4. ze-ze bear says:

    thank you for letting us be apart of this giveaway 😊💙🤞

  5. Laura says:

    My father in law has been battling cancer since 2015. I have purchased several things for him, myself and other members of the family from your site. Hope is all we have right now since his treatments aren’t working anymore. This tote would mean so much to him.

  6. Debra Shaw says:

    My Aunt deserves to win. She was diagnosed with breast cancer and had a breast removed. Her hair is still thin and the cancer might have returned

  7. Miren Pavia says:

    It’s comforting to read survival stories of my peers still fighting, still surviving, still thriving.

  8. Judy sofia says:

    Had breast cancer seven years ago, clean bill of health till I had an accident on fathers day of2017 after all tests were done I was diagnosed with metistatic breast cancer, it is currently in my bones.had radiation on large tumors can’t take chemo pill till I have my teeth removed, I would love to win this kit.

  9. Sarah says:

    It is so amazing that you do these giveaways!

  10. Tina says:

    I bought one of these for my Mom and it’s great!

  11. Sarah Harris says:

    I love your site. My grandmother passed away from lung cancer in 2015 and now I’m working at American Cancer Society with survivors and friends who want to help people with cancer as much as I do. I know my Grandma may not be here but I know she is watching over me and I hope she’s proud of me. I’m hoping some day there is a cure for all cancers. A friend of mine is fighting cancer right now and she is so strong. I admire her strength and determination to beat this horrible disease. I know she could really use one of these totes! She definitely deserves it. 🙂

  12. My gf, Tina Sims, has breast cancer. Hopefully she is on the last leg of her journey….radiation. She’s never let it get her down. She’s been the strongest person I know through all of this. She deserves the world.

  13. Lori says:

    I was recently diagnosed with colon cancer. I had my port put in this morning and have my first round of chemo Monday. I have no idea what to expect. Sounds like the tote and what’s in it would really help me be more comfortable.

  14. Angela Green says:

    I am so thankful I found this organization. I have been dealing with cancer with family members for years and now myself as well. What you do for this group of people is a true blessing. Thank you.

  15. Amanda says:

    I can’t wait until the day cancer is eradicated

  16. Christine Killinger says:

    I have 3 amazing ladies who are all going thru it right now who are all heroes to me!! My sister/hero who has been battling MS for years has just been diagnosed with thyroid cancer and in her lymph nodes.. two of my friends both recently one with colon cancer stage 4 and the other with bone cancer stage 4.. all 3 are moms,wife’s,sisters and heroes to sooo many!!!! They all deserve all the comfort and healing to beat this ugly disease!!

  17. Janet Kaye says:

    I’ve bought a few items when my sister had small cell lung cancer and we both loved them. My sister passed away 5/14/17–Mother’s Day–after a 2-year long fight using immunotherapy drugs. I gave most of the items to a neighbor whose Mom has non-small cell lung cancer and she loved them.

  18. I stumbled across this site after all I am going thru chemo treatments myself. Looking forward to see whats all on here and what i am missing when going to my treatments. Thanks

  19. Rosie jack says:

    I found this cause my mom died of cancer.

  20. Rhonda says:

    My father passed away last year from cancer. I have a friend fighting now. This would be great

  21. My 74 yr old mama just found out she has colon cancer, it is killing me knowing that at her age and with her health issues between cancer and operation, one or both could take her from me. Any one with any advice. It doesn’t help that i live out of state and having to run back and forth

  22. Fighting the fight with my childhood best friend! Pancreatic Cancer you have met your match! Your going down! Cancer Sucks!

  23. Would love this for my daughter who turned 28 today and has survived throat cancer!

  24. Jane Pitts says:

    Was diagnosed 2 years ago with Stage 4 colorectal cancer. It has since then moved to my liver. I travel every 2 weeks for a chemo infusion along with taking chemo pills. Staying strong and believing I will win this battle.

  25. Kathy Davis says:

    I have been trying to help my friend get through her battle with pancreatic cancer. I started out having small gifts ready for on her chemo days. Something for her to look forward to. I couldn’t stop there. So my 6 year old granddaughter and I took on the task of having gifts for all the chemo patients, not just my friend, Dawn. We make little treat bags to deliver every few weeks. The nurses say that the patients love them, and I know my granddaughter is also learning about caring and giving to others.

  26. Rosemarie says:

    Anything I’ve ordered I’ve loved!

  27. Linda Six says:

    My younger sister needs a liver transplant
    We throught we had a donor. Wasn’t a match. Now it’s a wait and hope day to day
    She’s really down and needs a pick me up her son is having a hard time she’s a single parent
    I would love fir her to win this
    Thanks fir the chance to win

  28. Julia B. says:

    Hoping to win this basket for my cousin, a mother of 3, just diagnosed with breast cancer. Katie’s a fighter, but could use a little pick me up as she begins her journey. I am an avid supporter of your mission, as several people close to me are battling various cancers, and will continue to utilize Choose Hope for years to come!

  29. Terri Diane says:

    I was diagnosed with invasive Lobular Breast Cancer in April. It’s been a rough journey! It’s hard to navigate through the many medical decisions and choices you have to make. My advice is to learn as much as you can about your diagnosis, take notes, and ask questions. If the doctor or surgeon you choose is not open to questions or discussions about treatment and treatment options, then find another doctor! The second breast surgeon I found was positive, answered all my questions, and was empathetic. It’s a difficult time and you need professionals who can not only treat your disease but is someone that you can connect with and addresses all concerns & questions!

  30. My BFF is going through cancer treatments so be an encouraging and listening ear so they can vent and help them figure out what’s best for them the chemo fog keeps them from thinking straight at times. Only comment when asked to give them a chance to figure out what to do.

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