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Kaleidoscope of Hope Foundation
The Kaleidoscope of Hope Foundation (KOH) was formed by Gail MacNeil, Lois Myers, and Patricia Stewart-Busso in 2000 after they decided to turn their own personal experiences with ovarian cancer into activism. Kaleidoscope of Hope, based in Madison, is New Jersey’s primary advocate in the battle against ovarian cancer. Individuals, volunteers, and corporations help us pursue our mission of educating and helping women overcome the threat of ovarian cancer.
If you or anyone you know has been touched by ovarian cancer, we offer an opportunity to join others and make a difference. Learn about the symptoms of ovarian cancer, read about the programs we support, or find out how you can contribute.
September is Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month
Each year during September we celebrate ovarian cancer awareness month with walkathons [link] in Morris, Bergen, and Monmouth counties.
Businesses, families, community groups, and anyone else touched by ovarian cancer is urged to join us for a Walkathon or KOH event. Funds raised during September are awarded to research groups at our Annual Spring Gala to support lifesaving research and awareness.