The Sorority of Hope Sisterhood

Small and Large Cell Neuroendocrine Cervical Cancer 

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Women Connected By Possibility

Small and Large Cell Neuroendocrine Cervical Cancers (SCCC/LCCC) are rare and aggressive forms of cervical cancer. They are non-HPV related cervical cancers and the vaccine won't protect you from these rare cervical cancers.  The treatment is harsh and the prognosis for survival is poor. Finding someone else walking this same path is also rare. Through the magic of social media the SCCC/LCCC sisterhood is bringing women suffering from these cancers together, in support and inspiration. We are "rare but there". 

For more information on SCCC/LCCC, the Global Tumor Registry (NeCTuR) and research for SCCC/LCCC please go to .

January is cervical cancer awareness month 

It's time to #TellTheWholeStory 

Allyson Whitney 2019 5K

Allyson Whitney Run for Love 5k

Kauneonga Lake, NY Near Beautiful Bethel Woods Center for the Arts - Saturday, May 11, 2019

This is our BIGGEST fundraiser of the YEAR! SAVE THE DATE! Saturday, May 11, 2019

2019 is the PEACE LOVE RUN event! In honor of our 5k right next to the historic 1969 Woodstock, we are honoring the roots of our community with the Woodstock 50th celebration.

Don’t forget it rained at Woodstock and YOU know what? It rains at our 5k! So join us to run, walk, or dance in honor of your loved one.

Join us for an amazing, inspiring day, perfect for a family, a group or come yourself! Dress for the 60’s.

Listen to music and get your groove on to help a young adult cancer patient with medical/living expenses.

Create a team, be a fundraiser, GO virtual, we want you with US! We need YOU with us! #AWF5K #peace&love5k

The work of the Allyson Whitney Foundation is to continue Ally’s wishes and her aspiration to show that cancer can happen at any moment, to anyone. Our vision is to shine a spotlight on young adults with their unique genetically different cancers. We want awareness that ‘rare’ is a word used often when faced with a cancer diagnosis as a young adult. We want realization that young adults are in a precarious spot facing cancer and infertility issues. Lastly, there are very few resources, funding or facilities directed for young adults.

The heart of the organization is to award as many ‘Life Interrupted Grants™’ as we can to young adults, who are a historically underserved demographic. Ally’s pursuit was to give hope and to be recognized. The grants lend a supportive hand by shining a light in a dark time. Our wish is that our recipients hear the news “no evidence of disease” and continue on their path of life.

Ally is one of our sisters, and although she is no longer with us, her family has done great work over the years for our sisterhood, medical research and countless other young adult warriors.

The Sorority of Hope Sisterhood has become a sponsor this year, via our Sister Supporter Toni Lee, for the run.  Our logo will be on the AW 5K Run for Love T-shirt, so even if you can't attend...if you sign up and donate the registration fee, you will receive a T-shirt.  

Sign up and support a great organization.


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