Helping  hands.  Giving  HOPE

Ray of HOPE was created to help cancer fighting kids currently getting treatment and have finished treatments. ROH will act as a mini make a wish by giving kids/families reasonable gifts they cannot afford. These items can range from iPads, cases, Amazon/iTunes cards to planners and strollers/wagons. Such items make life easier on a day to day basis.

When Lylah was confined to the hospital room, she loved to play games and watch movies on her iPad. She could FaceTime with family when they couldn't be present. 

Every little girl wants to be a princess. They want dresses to play dress up or participate in beauty pageants. What kid doesn't want a kitty cat or puppy? ROH wants to grant those little wishes to continually provide HOPE.

The “spirit of giving" came early for cancer fighting kids residing at the Tri Delta Place housing facility located on the campus of St. Jude Children's Research Hospital. 

Chris Hope Foundation’s Lylah Grey “Ray of HOPE” division teamed up to bring joy and smiles to patients and families at St. Jude by creating a holiday like atmosphere that came unexpected to many. 

Kim McGaughy, the president of the division had a vision and quickly took action. She and other team members held a 5K race in their hometown and reached out to various businesses to donate toys and money for the cause.

“My granddaughter was a St. Jude patient and we loved to see her smile. We realize every child does not make it from Christmas to Christmas. We wanted them to experience the same happiness they have on Christmas Day twice a year,” said McGaughy. The organization plans to make this an annual event. here.