The "Cheer For Hope" cheerleading competition is happening Saturday November 5 at the Convention Center in Downtown Mobile. Cheer For Hope is a low stress and fun way to raise money for an amazing foundation, the March forth with Hope Foundation.
The March Forth With Hope Foundation provides financial assistance to families battling cancer or other life-threatening diseases. The Foundation was established by Stuart and Shelby Stout in memory of their daughter, Hope Stout, shortly after she lost her courageous fight with cancer.
The story of Hope's battle, and the compassion and caring she showed towards others until her death, sparked an unprecedented outpouring of support from her community. When given the opportunity to have almost any wish fulfilled by the Make-A-Wish Foundation, Hope's wish was that the other 155 Wish kids would be granted their wishes. The story of Hope's life and her wish captured the Charlotte-areas hearts and souls and the legacy of her wish continues still today
Cheer For Hope has been inspired by the spirit cheerleaders have and the goal is to channel it into a way to make a difference in the lives of others. Make sure you take some extra cash to get your event t-shirt, and any other event merchandise to help raise as much money as possible for the March Forth with Hope Foundation.
Please go online and visit http://www.cheerforhope.com/ for more information.
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