Emily's Hopeful Holiday

Raising money for families who have children with cancer ~ since 2007

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  • 9th Annual Emily’s Hopeful Holiday Annual Event

    November 8th, 2015
    Location: ZIggy's Pub & Restaurant, 193 Park Ave., Amherst, OH. 3-7 p.m. 15% of your dining bill will be donated to EHH; Lots of amazing raffles, entertainment by Me & My Brother.
  • Who We Are, What We Do

    Emily’s Hopeful Holiday was created in honor of our daughter Emily, who was diagnosed with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia at the age of 7 in 2007. She was treated at Rainbow Babies & Children’s Hospital in Cleveland, Ohio and is now a CANCER SURVIVOR at the very young age of 15. During our painful journey we discovered that there are many families who are struggling with the staggering cost of cancer treatments. We have raised $135,586.56 since the fund's establishment in 2007. 100% of the money raised goes directly to the families at Rainbow to assist them in paying their bills (utilities, rent, etc.). For more information on EHH, please review this blog for links to media and other information. Emily's Hopeful Holiday Fund is through Rainbow Babies & Children's Hospital in Cleveland, OH and we are always accepting donations. Please use the CONTACT ME button to email me if you would like to make a contribution or use the PAYPAL DONATION button on the right side bar to make a donation. This fund assists families throughout the entire year, however, we focus our fundraising efforts during the holiday season. We will always remember the fear and heartache of chemo treatments, lumbar punctures, sedations, medical procedures, surgeries, and anxiously waiting on every test result. Our nerve wracking, yet relatively simple routine trips to the Ireland Cancer Center for Emily’s check-ups remind us of where we have been and that there are families and children just beginning this journey, continuing to endure this journey, and/or ending this journey with either an immense gratefulness or an unspeakable sadness. We are so grateful for Emily’s amazing prognosis, for her health, for her laughter, for her smile, for her silliness, for her. We thank God everyday for His blessing upon our family and for all the wonderful people who surround our lives with love and support.

Partnering with local Home Businesses to benefit EHH

Posted by emilyshopefulholiday on September 9, 2009


On November 7, 2009, at the 3rd Annual Emily’s Hopeful Holiday Open House being held at St. Joseph Social Hall (175 St. Joseph Drive, Amherst, OH), you will be able to shop at these local home businesses who have partnered with EHH to help raise money for the families at Rainbow Babies & Children’s Hospital.  Proceeds from the day’s sales will go to EHH.

Linda Bertrand – Silpada Designs*contact Linda Bertrand at linda.jewelry@oh.rr.com

Chris Whitacre, Senior Director, The Success at HOME Network – Independent Southern Living At HOME Consultant – http://www.southernlivingathome.com/chriswhitacre

Mary Schmitz – Team Leader, Tastefully Simple* – www.tastefullysimple.com/web/mschmitz

Susan Enzor – Manager, Tupperware* –  http://my2.tupperware.com/tup-html/S/susancn-welcome.html

Janene Brunson, Independent Scentsy Director, THE SAFER CANDLE ALTERNATIVE!!! http://www.scentsy.com/janenebrunson

Rebecca Wisniewski- Independent Sr. Sales Director, Mary Kay Cosmetics* – www.marykay.com/rwisniewski

Des Ann Collins, Designs by DesAnn http://www.designbydesann.com/

*Mention EHH to participating businesses (noted by “*”) and 10% of all orders placed prior to the Open House will be donated to EHH.

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