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Brand Coordinator of Headbands of Hope visits Camp Happy Days on July 3
6/19/2014 3:08:34 PM

Lauren Athey, Hope Development Coordinator for Headbands of Hope, will be visiting Camp Happy Days on Thursday, July 3rd to donate headbands to 210 children with cancer and their siblings. Lauren will also be helping children to get ready for the camp’s annual prom event. Headbands of Hope come in a variety of styles and colors and are comfortable to wear for children who suffer from hair-loss due to chemotherapy. Camp Happy Days partners with hospitals across South Carolina and national cancer organizations, such as Headbands of Hope, to develop comprehensive programs for children and families affected by pediatric cancer.
When: Thursday, July 3rd 2014 at 2 p.m.
Where: Camp Happy Days — 8001 M. W. Rickenbaker Rd. Summerton, SC 29148
Who: Lauren Athey, Hope Development Coordinator for Headbands of Hope
Why: Headbands of Hope aims to bring joy to children who are battling cancer. Many children, especially little girls, lose their confidence due to hair loss and other adversities of cancer. Headbands of Hope aims to elevate self-esteem in those children who lose a part of their confidence when they lose their hair.
About Headbands of Hope:
Headbands of Hope is a socially responsible, American-made headwear line that for every headband purchased, donates a headband to a child with cancer and donates $1 to the St. Baldrick’s Foundation to fund life-saving childhood cancer research. Headbands of Hope launched in April 2012 and has since donated over 10,000 headbands to children. For more information, visit

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