MaryCarson is (by far) the better half of Randy Wouters. Her ability to see the big picture and handle details is crucial.
With your help, we can make a difference in the life of someone receiving treatment for cancer!
How to help
Give A Little Hope has closed it doors and are no longer serving our community. All remaining funds have been donated to a local church to assist others from all walks of life. If you have any questions regarding your donation(s) please contact email@example.com. We sincerely thank all of our supporters that helped us care for the cancer-fighting community. Your support was not taken for granted and we wish you all the very best! We hope that you will take our example and get out there, roll up your sleeves, and help someone that desperately needs you!
“But this I call to mind, and therefore I have hope: The steadfast love of the Lord never ceases;
his mercies never come to an end; they are new every morning; great is your faithfulness.”
Joe has really turned it up a notch these past few months! He took a leadership role as our treasurer and with his wife, Brent, have taken on a large number of family cases. Great job Joe! Keep up the good work!
Becky is a local business owner with extensive experience with nonprofits. She makes the perfect addition to the team.
Give A Little Hope is no longer in business.
Board member and in charge of the Hope Totes Project. She's fun, loud and all things southern. Plug your ears when the Redskins score!
Locally and eventually nationally, Give A Little Hope is helping cancer affected families find hope. We hope to one day have a local presence in every major city in America. Watching Americans raise funds locally and give those funds locally is our dream.
Cancer isn't seasonal, which is why our year-round community outreach is so necessary. Devote an evening to volunteering at our Friday Fest Booth, joining our Hope Tote Project, or click below for more ideas.
Our Community Outreach team in Melbourne
needs your help immediately. We are diving into uncharted waters this year and opening a Cancer Resource Center here in Brevard County. Find out how you can be a major part of making that happen.
We regret to announce that after 4 amazing years serving our community...