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9/4/09

ACS Hope Lodge needs your help to become a reality

LUBBOCK, TX (KCBD) - The Hope Lodge of Lubbock needs your help to make this free, temporary home away from home cancer treatment center a reality.

The Hope Lodge still needs $379,431 by September 30th to complete the funding for construction. In 14 days, supporters have raised $120,569 for the American Cancer Society's "38 Days to Hope" campaign.

The Society is within 5 percent of raising the $11 million needed to complete construction on Hope Lodge Lubbock.  The remaining 5 percent must be raised by Sept. 30 in order to secure a $1 million challenge grant.      

To build Hope Lodge Lubbock and sustain its operations, ACS must raise a grand total of $15 million. To date, the Hope Lodge capital campaign has raised more than $9.2 million.

Help make hope a reality. Any size donation will be gladly accepted and gratefully appreciated. There are three easy ways to donate:

  • Visit www.hopelodgelubbock.org
  • Call 806-792-7128
  • Mail your gift to American Cancer Society, 3411 73rd Street  Lubbock, Texas 79423.  

For more information about Hope Lodge Lubbock, contact your American Cancer Society at 1.800.ACS.2345 or visit www.hopelodgelubbock.org.

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