One-time Gifts

We couldn't do this work without your support.

More than 80% of HopeWell's operating budget comes from individual donations. The balance of our funding comes from foundations and corporate gifts. We do not receive any public funding or fees for our services.

Each year, donations from individual philanthropy determine how many people we are able to serve. Last year:  

  • Our overall number of visits grew by 15%.
  • We had over 8,500 visits from 1,000 people, with more than 2,500 phone support calls.

The demand for HopeWell's programs and services has continued to grow each year. More and more people are looking to HopeWell to help them heal—emotionally and physically—from a cancer diagnosis. The availability, quality and diversity of HopeWell's programs make it a truly unique and special place. Your gift will be used to help fund this crucial source of support for people with cancer in the Baltimore area.

Donate with a Credit Card

We chose Network For Good, a partner of Guidestar, to provide donors like you with a safe, efficient way to make a donation on-line, using a credit card. Simply click the Support Hope button (at left) to be connected to the secure Network for Good site.

Donations by Check

You may also send in your donation by mail. Click here for a  Donation Form. Simply fill it out and mail it back in to HopeWell. If you prefer not to use the form, you can send a check, but please be sure to include your name and contact information.

Our mailing address is:  HopeWell Cancer Support, P.O. Box 755, Brooklandville, MD 21022
Our fax number is:  410-337-0937, Attn: Development Department
Gifts to HopeWell Cancer Support are tax-deductible as provided by law. Our federal tax ID number is 52-1742315.

If you have any questions or need more information, please contact our Development Department at 410.832.2719 or development@hopewellcancersupport.org

Thank you for giving the gift of hope.

Our Mission is to create a community for all people with cancer, their families and friends, that encourages an exchange of information, the development of a support system and the presence of hope.