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About Harper's Hope
Josie Harper, the late wife of former ConAgra President Mike Harper, was a beloved wife and mother who lost her life to lung cancer. A special gift from The Harper Family Foundation established Harper’s Hope at Methodist Estabrook Cancer Center in Omaha, Nebraska to honor Josie and provide support services which will make a lasting difference to cancer survivors in the Omaha community.
Continuing the Legacy of Caring
A special gift from The Harper Family Foundation made the creation of Harper's Hope possible. If you would like to share your time, talent or treasure with cancer survivors, there are two ways you can help:
Methodist Volunteers in Partnership – a volunteer corps that is a vital part of Methodist Health System – to provide companionship, support and inspiration to cancer survivors as part of Flamingos for Hope and Reach to Recovery programs.
Your Resource for Support Programs
Harper’s Hope offers services to help improve quality of life for cancer survivors. Services, made possible through a generous contribution to the Methodist Hospital Foundation, are available to all cancer survivors at any stage of the cancer journey and regardless of where treatment was received. Initial use of services is free of charge and you will not be denied access due to inability to pay.
Esophageal Cancer and Leukemia Cancer Survivors
Pancreatic Cancer Survivor
Multiple Myeloma Survivor
Kidney Cancer Survivor
Jessica Hunter Guerrero
Sinus Cancer Survivor
Colorectal Cancer Survivor
Lung Cancer Survivor
Prostate and Intestinal Cancer Survivor
Testicular Cancer Survivor
Endometrial and Brain Cancer Survivor
Cervical Cancer Survivor
Non-Hodgkin Lymphoma Survivor
Fallopian Tube Cancer Survivor
Acute Myeloid Leukemia Survivor
Oropharyngeal Cancer Survivor
Breast Cancer Survivor
Brain Cancer Survivor
Laryngeal Cancer Survivor